Mark Ruffalo was born on November 22, 1967 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He grew up in Virginia Beach and moved to San Diego, then to Los Angeles where he studied acting at the Stella Adler Conservatory. Ruffalo was not only a devoted and talented actor, he also learned and developed almost every skill that was needed in the business. He studied writing, directing and producing, as well as lights and set design. Soon, he co-founded the Orpheus Theater Company. He did all these while working as a bartender to support himself as an actor.
His performance in the theater play This is Our Youth led him to be cast in his first movie, You Can Count on Me (2000). He starred in several films after that and later became the cute leading man in flicks like 13 Going on 30 (2004) and Just Like Heaven (2005). But he proved that he can also be a serious actor in the movie Collateral. He has made quite a mark as the volatile Bruce Banner aka The Hulk in the move The Avengers (2012).
Has Mark Ruffalo had Plastic Surgery?
Mark Ruffalo, now 47 years old, may have done the most satisfactory portrayal of The Hulk, to the relief of Marvel fans. But is it true that he also had a transformation behind the scenes, apart from turning into the angry green monster in the Avengers?
The actor still looks healthy and youthful despite some age lines naturally showing on his face. Yet, he has maintained his good looks, especially his full cheeks. Not to mention, his well trimmed abs and body! Ruffalo may have had Botox and facial fillers, but no additional enhancements are verifiable. Could it also be because of a disciplined diet? He has, after all, confirmed to be being a vegetarian. Perhaps it’s the healthy greens keeping him in top shape!