burt reynolds plastic surgery

Burt Reynolds Before and After Photos

Smokey and the Botched

In his time and place, this guy was the man. He wasn’t just another Hollywood pretty boy, Burt was a man’s man. The woman loved him, the guy’s wanted to be him. So what exactly makes this Hollywood man’s man feel the desperate need to stay young? That is a great question and Burt Reynolds plastic surgery should indeed have the right answers for you. But will it really get inside the head of an icon weathered by the storm? We shall see.

“You can only hold your stomach in for so many years.”


Born on February 11, 1936, in Lansing, Michigan, Burt Reynolds attended Florida State University with a scholarship made by the prowess of his football talent. An injury led him to the bright lights of Hollywood, where he would find work right away on shows like Hawk, Riverboat, Gunsmoke and Dan August. These are the shows that made his face familiar with the public.
His popularity steadily increased in the early 70’s but it wasn’t until 1972 that Reynolds would have his big breakthrough. That Breakthrough came in the form of the 1972 cult classic “Deliverance”, and his star status was established from that point on. Throughout the 1970s and all the way to the early 80’s, he remained big man on campus, delivering blockbuster films like “Smokey and the Bandit” one after another. In the mid 1980’s his career meddled for a time but he would work on tv shows like “Evening shade” which won him an Emmy in the early 90’s.
He would receive a “John Travolta” like comeback In the 97’ film “Boogie Nights” and from there he has stayed relatively active into his twilight years.

Burt’s Face Looks Hurt

Speculations starting flying when a major change was noticed in Reynolds face. He attributed having “health problems” because at the same time his weight had dropped considerably as well. But one thing that common sense tells us is that feeling ill doesn’t necessarily change your physical appearance to look like you’ve had plastic surgery, right?
Several pictures flew across the web in which the dramatic changes in reynolds appearance were undeniable. There most certainly was a change in his eyelid area, giving way to a much more open, smoother, wrinkle free appearance but Reynolds then claimed that there was cosmetic surgery done, but it was only the result of repairing damage he had received in a fight scene in one of his films.
It appears the truth has a different account, he clearly had several procedures done. Aside from the eyelids, his forehead appeared stretched, shiny and wrinkle free. His face definitely looked like it was pulled back, revealing not only a slight creepiness but a delicate, youthful, wrinkle-free creepiness.
There also has been some mentions of alterations in the nose area and if you look at the before and afters, there certainly does seem to be a change that has taken place. His nose looks more refined, a tad less bulbous, and with a little less flare going on. In Reynolds case, despite denials, we can obviously see that the man had an encounter with the knife. So with speculations aside, these are the procedures in question:

Under the Knife Points:

  • Brow lift
  • Facial reconstruction
  • Double eyelid surgery
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Possible Botox injection

He Still Has Some Gas Left In That Trans Am

Do we not love Burt? of course we do, dude is a legacy of what real male Hollywood stars should emulate. That is why he wanted to stay the young Burt, who wouldn’t want to be in his position? The unfortunate side of the coin is he happened to fall on the wrong side of the odds, receiving a less than savory do over.
He is Burt Reynolds though and no matter how many times his appearance changes, we still love the man. Burt Reynolds plastic surgery is just a lesson to the many Hollywood hunks that are still in their prime. You will get old, that is a certainty but you will have a chance to turn that face around, but only one chance. Ask Burt what he thinks about that and there is a good chance he would have some answers. Play your cards right, befriend the knife and never turn your back on it, because we know exactly what will happen next.