George Clooney was born in Kentucky on May 6, 1961. His acting career began in the late 1970s, appearing in numerous television shows and movies before finally gaining his breakthrough in the long-running drama ER as Dr. Doug Ross in 1994. His work on the show led him to land starring roles in Out of Sight and Batman & Robin. His fame continued in the 2000s, particularly for his lead role of Danny Ocean in Ocean’s Eleven.
In the mid 2000s, he took up more challenging roles, winning an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Syriana. He went on to receive more Oscar nominations for his performances in Michael Clayton, Up in the Air, and The Descendants. He also ventured into directing, making his debut in 2002’s Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. This was followed by Leatherheads, The Ides of March, and The Monuments Men.
Has George Clooney had Plastic Surgery?
The award-winning actor is already in his 50s, but he’s still as charming as ever. Clooney has been considered one of Hollywood’s most stunningly-looking actor and old age cannot change that. Because he’s in his crucial age (not that it’s a problem), some wonder if the newly-married Clooney would ever consider plastic surgery. After all, some of his contemporaries, both males and females, have already done it. For one, the actor revealed he hasn’t had anything done; and it seems that it’s not going to change.
In an interview with a popular magazine, the actor expressed his thoughts on going under the knife, saying he doesn’t think that cosmetic procedures really work. As a matter of fact, he thinks it only makes one look older. According to him, it’s next to impossible to stop aging from running its course. He said: “You just have to look the best you can at the age you are.” He’s also a big believer of just coming to terms with getting older, mainly because it’s inevitable, so there’s no point in trying to fight it.