Daniel Craig was born on March 2, 1968 in Chester, UK. He graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Subsequently, he started his acting career by performing on stage, as well as on television and film. His performances in the films The Trench (1999) and Some Voices (2000) earned him significant attention, which led him to be cast in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Road to Perdition, garnering him further recognition.
After starring in the films The Mother, Enduring Love, and Munich in the mid 2000s, he achieved international prominence for portraying James Bond in 2006’s Casino Royale, for which he received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He has since starred in mostly well-known movies, including The Golden Compass, Quantum of Solace, Defiance, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Skyfall.
Has Daniel Craig had Plastic Surgery?
47-year-old Daniel Craig has had plastic surgery. That’s according to the actor himself back in 2008 when he revealed that he’s had an accident while shooting Quantum of Solace, leaving him a scar on his face. People didn’t have a glimpse of the said scar, thanks to a cosmetic procedure. With this revelation, Craig has indeed gone under the knife, but not for the reasons of vanity like other celebrities.
Whether Daniel Craig has had surgical enhancement of a different kind is a different story. His confessed plastic surgery for medical reasons was some years ago and the circumstances of the present have certainly changed. Now that he’s approaching his 50s, the James Bond star could probably consider of undergoing cosmetic remedies to lessen his signs of ageing. Or he could not. After all, everyone can see that despite being in his late 40s, he’s fit; a clear sign that he takes care of himself very well. Thus far, Daniel Craig is ageing gracefully and it only makes him look better.