Mickey Rourke has undergone six plastic surgeries as of 2022, including five on his nose and one to repair a broken cheekbone. He had gone through an accident and injuries during his career as a boxer, which led him to perform such procedures. He was one of the most attractive young men at the time, but due to an overdose of Botox, his face has now been ruined.

Mickey Rourke is an actor and former boxer from the United States. He has primarily played the lead role in drama, action, and thriller movies. Before taking on leading roles in movies like The Motorcycle Boy in Rumble Fish (1983), Charlie Moran in The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984), Captain Stanley White in Year of the Dragon (1985), and John Gray in 912 Weeks during the 1980s, Rourke first appeared in supporting roles in movies like Body Heat (1981) and Diner (1982).

Mickey Rourke, who had trained as a boxer in his youth, quit acting in 1991 after a succession of critical and box office flops and briefly became a pro. Rourke returned to acting after quitting boxing in 1994, and he played minor parts in several movies, including The Rainmaker (1997), Buffalo ’66 (1998), Animal Factory  (2000), Get Carter (2001), and The Pledge (2001).

Six scripts by Rourke were either written by him or with him: Homeboy, The Last Ride, Bullet, Killer Moon, Penance, and the most recent, Pain. The first three of these were made into movies between 1988 and 1996. On his album Never Let Me Down, Rourke contributed the mid-song rap to David Bowie’s song Shining Star.

His role as retired wrestler Randy, The Ram Robinson in the sports drama The Wrestler (2008) marked the pinnacle of his return. In recognition of the part, Rourke was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor and won the Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards for Best Actor. Following this, Rourke acted in several critically acclaimed movies, such as Iron Man 2, The Expendables, and Immortals, before concentrating on independent and direct-to-video projects.

Mickey Rourke also discussed his reservations and worries about appearing in a wrestling movie since he thought it was pre-planned and pre-choreographed. He gained an understanding of and respect for the actual pro wrestlers’ pre-ring rituals as he prepared for the movie. Sean Penn defeated Rourke for the Oscar, though Penn made mention of Rourke in his acceptance speech.

In addition to his career in boxing, Mickey Rourke required several reconstructive surgeries to address his boxing-related ailments. But several of those operations didn’t provide the actor with the intended outcome, which led to him having surgery repeatedly. Let’s find out more about his cosmetic procedure.

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Mickey Rourke’s Plastic Surgery in 2022: The Actor Has Undergone Six Cosmetic Procedures to Recover His Face From Accidents/Injuries!

Mickey Rourke (@mickey_rourke_) acknowledged having undergone at least six plastic procedures in the past. Rourke needed numerous reconstructive surgeries in addition to his boxing career to treat his injuries and accidents from the sport.

Several surgeries had been performed on him, including five on his nose (Nose Job) and one to repair a broken cheekbone. According to sources, Mickey Rourke also had toe and rib injuries in addition to two broken noses. Additionally, he suffered a cleft palate, and a crushed cheekbone, and even experienced a transient loss of short-term memory.

Many of these surgeries ultimately failed, so he kept trying to improve his appearance as young days until he was happy with it. Rourke maintained the same long, blonde haircut he’s had for a few years in a recent Instagram update. His cheekbones were evident as he smiled for the photo.

His facial characteristics weren’t anything like those when he first entered the field. The Wrestler star finally opened up about his injuries in a 2009 interview with The Daily Mail. He also discussed his reconstructive surgery and how it affected his appearance, saying,

I had my nose broken twice. I had five procedures on my nose and one on a crushed cheekbone.

The majority of them were to fix the wreckage that boxing had made of his face, but he claimed,

I went to the wrong guy to put my face back together.

And, several of those procedures didn’t give the actor’s face the desired results, which is why he needed surgery more than ever. Fans attributed Botox as the cause of the overdone features on the actor’s face. It’s very simple to use too much Botox. Mickey’s forehead has no creases at all. It’s a pretty good idea to keep a few facial wrinkles so you can still express yourself and maintain your unique glow. With regular Botox, his muscles are now practically permanently paralyzed. You lose the capacity to move specific parts of your face because the brain learns that certain muscles can’t be moved.

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