Kevin Bacon was born on July 8, 1958. During his late teens, he studied theater for five weeks after winning a scholarship at the Bucknell University. This made him decide to pursue acting professionally. At age 17, he decided to leave his hometown to go to New York City where he acted on stage. Finally, he made his film debut in 1978’s National Lampoon’s Animal House. In the 1980’s, he appeared in the films Friday the 13th, Diner and Forty Deuce.
He then gained mainstream prominence for his lead role in 1984’s Footloose. She went on to star in many other films the rest of the decade. He became more well-known in the ’90s. This is when he starred in the movies Tremors, Flatliners, JFK, A Few Good Men, and Apollo 13, among others. In the 2000s, he starred in several major Hollywood productions. This includes Mystic River, Beauty Shop, and Frost/Nixon. He went on to play the main antagonist Sebastian Shaw in X-Men: First Class. On television, he’s best known for starring on The Following.
Has Kevin Bacon had Plastic Surgery?
The actor is only two years shy of 60, but he obviously looks younger than his age. Since Bacon appears to be youthful than his actual age, there have been claims of plastic surgery. This is not unusual since there are many Hollywood actors who also go through cosmetic procedures to remove signs of aging. The question is if Bacon is one of these actors. Looking at his face, the veteran actor has lines and wrinkles on his face. These are signs that he’s aging and he hasn’t done anything to try to get rid of them.
On the other hand, some observers can’t get over his youthful face. He looks a decade younger. That is why there are still claims of plastic surgery. According to some rumors, Bacon’s nose was bigger before, but not it’s more refined, like it has straightened out. Does this mean he had a nose job? It’s hard to say, since the actor can still act and show many expressions on his face.