Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Chuck Norris Plastic Surgery Before and After Facelift and Blepharoplasty

Chuck Norris appears to have had an upper and lower blepharoplasty and a possible facelift. His face looks much smoother and his eyes more open and alert.
Plastic surgeons always need to be careful to retain the masculine characteristics of their male patients’ faces. Most plastic surgery procedures have been designed around women’s faces, since 87% of our patients are women. I believe that upper eyelid surgery in men can be the most risky regarding this.

Chuck Norris looks like such a nice guy now that I bet most ninjas are no longer afraid of him…

Born March 10 1940 to parents of IrishCherokee heritage Carlos Ray Chuck Norris spent a decade of his life on welfare before taking up martial arts and becoming the Professional World Middleweight Karate Champion retiring undefeated in 1974One of his celebrity karate students Steve McQueen encouraged him to enter the movies alongside Bruce Lee in Return of the Dragon 1973 and a string of popular action films followed including Good Guys Wear Black 1978 Lone Wolf McQuade 1983 the Vietnamera film Missing in Action 1984 which was dedicated to his late brother Weiland and The Delta Force 1986Later in his career Norris took up as a lawman in the longrunning Emmynominated television series Walker Texas Ranger 19932001 a gig that lasted nine seasons and led to other bigscreen action roles in Bells of Innocence 2003 and The Cutter 2005

Chuck Norris has a new Pepsi commercial that banks on his intimidating reputation. But its also clear that he has a slightly different look.
When examining this photo to the left, its pretty clear that he had an upper blepharoplasty. Essentially, the excess skin from the upper eyelids has been removed. You can see the difference when compared with his appearance in the 80's and 90's.

While he does look different, he was smart not to go too extreme, like the Rambler.