Cole Sprouse's plastic surgery allegedly includes Rhinoplasty aka a nose job. Did the actor really alter his nose? Check out his before and after pictures.
From being Cody Martin on Disney Channel's The Suite Life of Zack & Cody to being a heart-stealing stunner, there might be very less people who don't know Cole Sprouse.
Been in the limelight since he was just a kid, Cole Sprouse has been in the spotlight ever since he was a child. Transfiguring with passing time, Sprouse looks different from how he used to, and this lit the spark of curiosity and speculations in the public's eye on whether he has had plastic surgery or not?
Born on August 4, 1992, Cole Sprouse along with his twin Dylan, the pair began acting at the age of eight months following a suggestion from their grandmother, Jonine Booth Wright.
Basically, the world watched Cole Sprouse grow up and transform from a cute kid to a grown-up man. Yet everyone's wondering if he has had plastic surgery. So, here's all we know about Cole Sprouse's plastic surgery.
Cole Sprouse Plastic Surgery: Did the Actor Really Go Under the Knife?
Cole Sprouse before and after plastic surgery.
Image Source: Weight & Skin
Looking at Cole Sprouse's pictures from when he was a child actor and now, the actor is quite recognizable. He rather looks like he has had a glow-up rather than plastic surgery.
There's little to no evidence of Cole Sprouse getting cosmetic enhancements. While many believe he just grew up stunning, some speculate that he went under knives to enhance his features.
Looking at Cole Sprouse's features one by one, they almost look the same as how he looked while just a child and during his teen. However, a slight difference in his nose can be noticed. From a relatively border now to now straight and narrow one, Sprouse could have performed rhinoplasty.
Though no evidence of him getting the procedure is found, the changes obviously raise some questions as to how is his nose so toned now.
Apart from the Riverdale actor's nose, his eyes, lips, facial structure are slightly altered, hinting at plastic surgery. In fact, some of his features look more toned now than how they used to look back when he just stepped into the industry.
Other than that, the actor is all-natural with his blue eyes, chiseled nose, sharp jawline, and amazing physique.
Riverdale Recently Completed its 100th Episode: Here's What Cole Sprouse Has to Say About It!
Through Tuesday's episode, which also happened to be the drama's 100th, Riverdale fans finally got answers to all of their questions about Rivervale — the mysterious town we've been following throughout the start of Season 6, as The CW show focused on the versions of those characters who live in this alternate universe — after five weeks of build-up.
Starring as one of the main characters, Jughead Jones, who is a philosophically inclined social outcast and Archie's best friend, Sprouse fitted the role perfectly.
Sprouse played a huge role in the season since Jughead Jones, who has always been Riverdale's voiceover narrator, became the actual in-universe guide for the "Rivervale" episodes, was the person who solved the Riverdale-Rivervale mystery.
Only Rivervale Jughead, who isn't the same person as Narrator Jughead but does meet up at the end of the episode to hash things out together, figured it out.
Many are sure that neither of them is Jughead from Riverdale. None of them are the platonic Jughead who lives in a bright, beautiful Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe in the sky with the other Archie comics characters.
Tuesday's episode titled The Jughead Paradox featured the return of several old Riverdale characters. The episode became as exciting as it could with the explanation of the fact that Rivervale and Riverdale are two parallel universes.
In an interview with The Wrap, Sprouse commented on the craziness the show just unraveled saying, “That’s not a joke. That’s totally real,” with a laugh. “We had discussed it about two days before.”
When asked about what is coming up for the Jugheads in upcoming episodes in an interview with TV Insider, Sprouse said though suffering from blocks often the writing of the progression is going great.
"The first couple episodes are very much about creativity and what happens when a life that you’re used to sort of gets flipped on its head almost immediately and how that creativity continues or discontinues," he continues.