Richard Gere was born on August 31, 1949. He excelled in gymnastics and music when he was in high school. He studied at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on a gymnastics scholarship where he majored in Philosophy, but he did not finish his degree as he dropped out after two years. He started acting professionally onstage, while he started appearing in Hollywood films in the mid 1970s, first getting noticed for his role in Looking for Mr. Goodbar. His lead role in 1980’s American Gigolo catapulted him to fame and established him as a leading man.
He also starred in 1982’s An Officer and a Gentleman. He became more prolific in the 1990s with starring roles in Pretty Woman, Internal Affairs, Primal Fear, and Runaway Bride. In the 2000s, he starred in Unfaithful, Shall We Dance?, and was acclaimed for his performance in Chicago, for which he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. His most recent films are The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and The Benefactor. He was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his performance in the 2012 movie Arbitrage.
Has Richard Gere had Plastic Surgery?
The 66-year-old actor has been in the acting industry for decades and yet he has maintained his stance as one of Hollywood’s respected performers. Apparently, he has aged throughout the years, but most fans think that Gere has only aged gracefully. However, there have always been talks of the actor undergoing plastic surgery at one point in his career. According to rumors, the American Gigolo star has had a rhinoplasty procedure that leveled his nose and made it look like flawlessly sharp.
Still, these rumors seem to be baseless and the actor ignored the reports as well. But as he ages, he continues to be in the middle of vanity claims. According to reports, it is possible that Gere has had cosmetic enhancements to help eliminate his lines and wrinkles on his face. But this isn’t seem to be the case. Gere, as he is now, has lines and wrinkles on his face that only shows he’s aging gracefully and is just letting nature runs its course. He doesn’t seem to mind about getting old as long as he’s happy.