Hugh John Mungo Grant was born on September 9, 1960 in Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom. Making his film debut in 1982’s Privileged, he has since appeared in several other movies in the late 1980s to the early 1990s. With his works on the big screen not making quite of an impression, he considered giving up on acting until he came across with the script of Four Weddings and a Funeral, which he later starred in and exposed him to international audiences.
He has since starred in numerous box office hit feature films, including Sense and Sensibility, Notting Hill, Bridget Jones’s Diary, Two Weeks Notice, Love Actually, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, and Music and Lyrics. His most recent work on the big screen are in the movies Cloud Atlas, The Rewrite and in the upcoming film The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
Has Hugh Grant had Plastic Surgery?
The 54-year-old actor may already be in his 50s but his appeal is that of a young man. With his good looks, hot accent and robust talent, it is not surprising that the British actor has been in the industry for decades and has generated billions of dollars courtesy of his films. He may hold contempt for the culture of celebrity and media for obvious reasons but being a well-known actor, he still cannot escape certain culture.
For instance, being in his 50s means that he’s not getting any younger, so it is natural for fans and critics alike to wonder if the actor has had plastic surgery, or if he is considering of going under the knife to maintain his youthful charm. Conveniently, Grant is far from coy when discussing about possibilities of cosmetic procedures. In an interview years ago, he acknowledged the fact that plastic surgery can be “strangely attractive” and that it can only turn disastrous if one has done too much of something. While the actor feels torn between the good and the bad of plastic surgery, it can be assumed that he’s not totally against it as long as it does its real function, which is to make someone look better.