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10 Famous Actors Who REALLY Aren’t Aging Well

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  • MICKEY ROURKE. Mickey Rourke has always been a fine actor,
  • but back in the 1980s, he was also a bonafide heart throb. His suave turn in Angel Heart
  • was a particular high point, with Rourke perfectly cast as the film�s handsome, hard-boiled
  • detective protagonist. It was only when his career suffered a downturn
  • that things began to change, and a lot of that was down to Rourke�s other passion:
  • boxing. He fought eight professional bouts during his time in the ring, winning six times
  • and scoring four knockouts along the way. Unfortunately, Rourke also suffered his fair
  • share of injuries; he broke his nose a few times and suffered a cracked cheekbone. In
  • an attempt to mend the wreckage, Rourke underwent repeated plastic surgeries. It didn�t exactly
  • go to plan, though.
  • GOLDIE HAWN. In her prime, Goldie Hawn represented one
  • of the most stunning women in all of Hollywood. She was also a fine actress to boot, having
  • won an Academy Award for her work on 1969�s Cactus Flower. Hawn had looked on course to
  • grow old with grace too. In the 1990s and early 2000s she was still a very attractive
  • older woman, who wouldn�t have looked out of place as Stifler�s Mom in any of the
  • American Pie movies (easy guys, we know that�s Jennifer Coolidge�s territory).
  • At some point, however, it feels like a combination of Hawn�s advancing years and some possible
  • plastic surgery saw things take a turn for the worse. Hawn, to her credit, has never
  • denied going under the knife. No one knows for sure what she has had done, but if Botox
  • is involved or she has indeed had a facelift, then she may want to speak to her surgeon
  • about their refund policy.
  • VAL KILMER. Val Kilmer was one of the best-looking actors
  • on the planet in the '80s and '90s. From his super cool performance as Iceman in Top Gun
  • through to fine turns in Tombstone, Heat, and Batman Forever, few could argue that Kilmer
  • wasn�t both easy on the eyes and a great actor to boot.
  • But Kilmer had a reputation for being difficult too, and as time went on and his looks began
  • to fade, so too did the big movie offers. Now a lot older and a whole lot less photogenic,
  • Kilmer has gained and lost weight at an alarming rate in more recent years. There could be
  • more to that than one too many puddings though; Kilmer has dealt with undisclosed health issues
  • in the past few years. In January 2016, he was hospitalized and underwent tests with
  • worries about his health persisting.
  • MEG RYAN. When Harry Met Sally may have established
  • Meg Ryan as the go-to star for anyone seeking a female lead for their next big romantic
  • comedy, but there were plenty of other roles that showcased her true abilities as an actress.
  • Films like When A Man Loves A Woman and Courage Under Fire showed another side to the image
  • of Ryan as America�s sweetheart, and proved she was so much more than just another pretty
  • face in Hollywood. All of which makes it so sad that Ryan appears
  • to be desperately battling against the aging process. The actress has been accused of having
  • undergone several cosmetic procedures in recent years, with Ryan sporting noticeably plumper
  • lips and a line-free visage at several events. Now found largely away from the big screen,
  • Ryan released her directorial debut Ithaca in 2016, but could have gone on to even bigger,
  • meatier, movie roles had she steered clear of the knife.
  • JOHN TRAVOLTA. John Travolta is a man of mystery. He always
  • has been. So, it should hardly be a surprise to learn that the actor once famous for his
  • boyish good looks on films like Grease and Saturday Night Fever would want to preserve
  • that image for his fans. Multiple face lifts, hair transplants, and Botox are just a few
  • of the procedures Travolta is accused of undergoing. Travolta denies it all of course, despite
  • the fact he�s beginning to look increasingly like a Ken Doll version of himself.
  • The situation was hardly helped in 2016 when Travolta played real-life OJ Simpson lawyer
  • Robert Shapiro in The People vs OJ Simpson: American Crime Story. It was genuinely difficult
  • to know where Shapiro, famous for his unusual appearance, ended and Travolta began.
  • GEENA DAVIS. "Be afraid, be very afraid," Geena Davis warned
  • during her memorable turn alongside Jeff Goldblum in David Cronenberg�s The Fly. No one should
  • be afraid of Davis just yet, but her current appearance should be some cause for concern.
  • A Hollywood heroine also known for movies like Thelma & Louise, while her co-star Susan
  • Sarandon has continued to age like a fine wine, Davis resembles something akin to a
  • bottle of Merlot that�s been given a heavy dose of anti-freeze.
  • Questions continue to be raised over how Davis remains wrinkle free despite her advancing
  • years, with many suggesting Botox might be involved. But there�s something else going
  • on too � Davis looks almost like a completely different person to the one that film fans
  • fell in love with back in the 1980s. Alright, it�s not a transformation on the scale of
  • Brundlefly, but it�s odd.
  • NICOLAS CAGE. There was a time when Nicolas Cage was the
  • biggest action movie star on the planet. Fromm 1996 through 1997, he starred in the holy
  • trinity of Cage movies: The Rock, Con Air, and Face/Off. It�s a run that�s virtually
  • unparalleled today and, Cameron Poe�s dodgy mullet in Con Air aside, it�s one that also
  • saw Cage embracing his everyman status one of Hollywood�s few balding leading men.
  • Something happened in the years that followed though. With Cage living an increasingly outlandish
  • lifestyle that included purchasing dinosaur eggs and marrying Elvis� daughter, it made
  • sense that some absurd hairstyles would follow: it was clearly some sort of mid-life crisis.
  • Overnight, Cage began sporting some rather luscious, long, jet-black locks out of keeping
  • with what had come before. Did he get hair plugs? Possibly, though these days Cage has
  • returned to something approaching his more rugged '90s look, albeit with an entirely
  • new hairline and far smoother face. Hmmm.
  • MELANIE GRIFFITH. The world first fell for Melanie Griffith
  • back in 1988, when she starred in the excellent Working Girl. Griffith�s natural warmth
  • and charisma shone through in a performance that earned her a Golden Globe for her efforts.
  • However, the years that followed saw the actress star in flops like The Bonfire of the Vanities
  • and Shining Through � the latter earning her a Razzie award in the process. Though
  • she has continued to work steadily, Griffith has gone on the record admitting she underwent
  • plastic surgery some 20 years ago and that it didn�t go to plan.
  • "I didn't [realize how much her face had changed] until people started saying, 'Oh my god, what
  • has she done?!' I was so hurt," she told Net-a-Porter's Porter magazine. "I went to a different doctor,
  • and he started dissolving all of this s--t that this other woman doctor had put in."
  • EDWARD FURLONG. Remember how the John Connor of the future
  • looked in Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day? Well Edward Furlong, the actor who played
  • the child version of humanity�s future savior, hasn�t exactly turned out that way. It was
  • evidently a case of too much, too young for Furlong, who packed more into a decade than
  • most ordinary adults manage in a lifetime. As well as starring in a glut of movies off
  • the back of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Furlong partied hard. A little too hard, in fact.
  • From 2000 onwards, Furlong became better known for his alcoholism and drug addiction, which
  • derailed a promising career and even saw the actor spend time in prison. Now a lot older,
  • heavier, and less youthful looking, Furlong continues to act, but he�s a shadow of the
  • fresh faced boy that once wowed filmgoers.
  • MATTHEW PERRY. As Chandler on Friends, Matthew Perry projected
  • a suave confidence few could match. His character was funny and charming, while Perry himself
  • was undeniably good looking. But behind the scenes and beneath the fa�ade, Perry was
  • experiencing his fair share of issues. In 1997, he completed a 28-day program to
  • combat Vicodin addiction, and in the years that followed, his weight fluctuated wildly
  • while filming Friends. At one point, he dropped down to 145 pounds, and things worsened in
  • 2000 when a bout of pancreatitis saw him shed a further 20 pounds. In 2001, he went back
  • into rehab, having had issues with opioids, amphetamines, and alcohol. Though he�s not
  • quite the same Chandler Bing fans fell in love with all those years ago, the reality
  • is that Perry is sober and probably lucky to be alive.

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MICKEY ROURKE.
Mickey Rourke has always been a fine actor, but back in the 1980s, he was also a bonafide heart throb. His suave turn in Angel Heart was a particular high point, with Rourke perfectly cast as the film’s handsome, hard-boiled detective protagonist.
It was only when his career suffered a downturn that things began to change, and a lot of that was down to Rourke’s other passion: boxing. He fought eight professional bouts during his time in the ring, winning six times and scoring four knockouts along the way. Unfortunately, Rourke also suffered his fair share of injuries; he broke his nose a few times and suffered a cracked cheekbone. In an attempt to mend the wreckage, Rourke underwent repeated plastic surgeries. It didn’t exactly go to plan, though.

GOLDIE HAWN.
In her prime, Goldie Hawn represented one of the most stunning women in all of Hollywood. She was also a fine actress to boot, having won an Academy Award for her work on 1969’s Cactus Flower. Hawn had looked on course to grow old with grace too. In the 1990s and early 2000s she was still a very attractive older woman, who wouldn’t have looked out of place as Stifler’s Mom in any of the American Pie movies (easy guys, we know that’s Jennifer Coolidge’s territory).
At some point, however, it feels like a combination of Hawn’s advancing years and some possible plastic surgery saw things take a turn for the worse. Hawn, to her credit, has never denied going under the knife. No one knows for sure what she has had done, but if Botox is involved or she has indeed had a facelift, then she may want to speak to her surgeon about their refund policy.

VAL KILMER.
Val Kilmer was one of the best-looking actors on the planet in the '80s and '90s. From his super cool performance as Iceman in Top Gun through to fine turns in Tombstone, Heat, and Batman Forever, few could argue that Kilmer wasn’t both easy on the eyes and a great actor to boot.
But Kilmer had a reputation for being difficult too, and as time went on and his looks began to fade, so too did the big movie offers. Now a lot older and a whole lot less photogenic, Kilmer has gained and lost weight at an alarming rate in more recent years. There could be more to that than one too many puddings though; Kilmer has dealt with undisclosed health issues in the past few years. In January 2016, he was hospitalized and underwent tests with worries about his health persisting.

MEG RYAN.
When Harry Met Sally may have established Meg Ryan as the go-to star for anyone seeking a female lead for their next big romantic comedy, but there were plenty of other roles that showcased her true abilities as an actress. Films like When A Man Loves A Woman and Courage Under Fire showed another side to the image of Ryan as America’s sweetheart, and proved she was so much more than just another pretty face in Hollywood.
All of which makes it so sad that Ryan appears to be desperately battling against the aging process. The actress has been accused of having undergone several cosmetic procedures in recent years, with Ryan sporting noticeably plumper lips and a line-free visage at several events. Now found largely away from the big screen, Ryan released her directorial debut Ithaca in 2016, but could have gone on to even bigger, meatier, movie roles had she steered clear of the knife.

MATTHEW PERRY.
As Chandler on Friends, Matthew Perry projected a suave confidence few could match. His character was funny and charming, while Perry himself was undeniably good looking. But behind the scenes and beneath the façade, Perry was experiencing his fair share of issues.
In 1997, he completed a 28-day program to combat Vicodin addiction, and in the years that followed, his weight fluctuated wildly while filming Friends. At one point, he dropped down to 145 pounds, and things worsened in 2000 when a bout of pancreatitis saw him shed a further 20 pounds. In 2001, he went back into rehab, having had issues with opioids, amphetamines, and alcohol. Though he’s not quite the same Chandler Bing fans fell in love with all those years ago, the reality is that Perry is sober and probably lucky to be alive.