Everything you need to know about Wayne's World star Mike Myers' plastic surgery procedures, most notably Botox injections and facelift surgery. Check out before and after pictures of the actor.
Born on 25th May 1963, Michael John Myers OC is a well-renowned Candian actor, recognized for his work as a Saturday Night Live performer from 1989 to 1995 and for portraying the lead roles in Wayne's World (1992), Austin Powers (1997), and Shrek (2001) movie franchises.
He made his directorial debut with the documentary Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (2013). He more or less retired from full-time acting in 2012, although he had bit-part roles in Terminal (2018) and Bohemian Rhapsody (2018).
The actor recently enjoyed a Wayne's World reunion with co-star Dana Carvey as the duo reunited for Uber Eats Super Bowl Ad along with Cardi B. Needless to say, fans loved it while some got curious about his appearance. Did Mike Myers go under the knife for plastic surgery? Let's find out.
Mike Myers' Plastic Surgery - Why Does His Face Look Different?
Mike Myers before and after plastic surgery.
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You would have been forgiven if you could no longer recognize the actor. Is it natural aging or the fact that he made some modifications on his face through plastic surgery?
The Austin Powers star Mike Myers left fans stunned when he made an appearance at the White House dinner back in 2016 for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The once dark-haired star is now carrying a snowy white barnet.
It's definitely a striking look for the now 57-year-old, one that ignited a few reactions from his fans.
One fan joked:
When did Mike Myers morph into Steve Martin?
While another tweeted:
When did Mike Myers become a silver fox? I think it’s rather sexy.
I officially feel really old, how can Mike Myer’s look so different and old.
One fan said:
People saying Mike Myers being grey is a bad thing, you’ve gone mad!
The comic star wasn't seen on our screens for a long time back then, hence the fan reactions.
Meanwhile, some keen observers reckon Mike Myers has made cosmetic enhancements, which allegedly includes Botox injections and facelift plastic surgery.
Fans Previously Wondered What Happened to the Iconic Comedian
Wayne's World (1992), Austin Powers (1997), and Shrek (2001) all have two things in common. The first is that they're both considered to be incredibly funny. The second is that all of them star Canadian comedy icon, Mike Myers.
The actor's voyage into Hollywood was anything but straightforward, and the reason for his detachment from the limelight could be down to some of his more divisive work.
Since beginning his comedic career, Myers was popular on Saturday Night Live, and a comedy sketch on the program was what made his leap to Wayne's World on the silver screen.
Shortly thereafter, he was given his James Bond parody, Austin Powers, where he played his part in four separate films.
Shrek is where the star received the most acclaim in the fourth installment of the franchise making him $10 million. However, soon after the completion of the series, the audience started to see far less of the Canadian actor.
His troubles began back in 2000 when he signed up for another SNL-inspired movie, Sprockets.
Halfway into recording, the actor left claiming script problems. The bail culminated in a couple of lawsuits from Universal Studios, one of which was as high as $30 million.
After years of negotiations and court dates, Myers and the makers of the film put aside their differences to create his live-action comedy film Cat in the Hat (2013).
However, not only did the picture crash at the box office, but the critics noticed the improperness of incorporating crude comedy into the kid's movie. Dr. Seuss's wife herself hurled into action and forbade all such live-action from being made in the future from her spouse's work.
Although his million-dollar litigation and obscene comedy were enough to push the number of opportunities he was getting down the drain (he disclosed in a 2014 interview that he only received 15 film offers since 1991), former co-stars and filmmakers often spoke about his behavior on the set.
His Cat at the Hat co-star, Amy Hilla, speaking in an interview with The A.V. Club claimed he was a "diva." Wayne's World director too admitted to EW that Myers was "emotionally needy" and "difficult."
Over the years, he's been trying to release movies like The Love Guru (2008), but they've all failed miserably at the box office. Recently, however, he made a return in Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) with a minor part as music executive Ray Foster.
'Wayne's World' Stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey Reunited for Super Bowl Commercial
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey revived their Wayne's World personalities of basement-dwellers, public-access TV presenters Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar for the Uber Eats Super Bowl promotion.
The duo, who made famous the endearing slobs on Saturday Night Live, welcomed Cardi B downstairs to help alleviate a spotlight on local cafes.
Myers as Campbell says,
As a local access show, we want everyone to support local restaurants.
It then takes a turn with subliminal messages, Cardi B's surprise entrance, and TikTok's fashion-inspired wardrobe swap. The full 60-second segment premiered on 3rd February and later aired on CBS during Sunday's Super Bowl.
The Wayne's World reunion was mentioned a week prior following a commercial break on Saturday Night Live.