John Cusack is an American film actor most famous for appearing in films such as Grosse Pointe Blank (1997), Con Air (1997) and Serendipity (2001). Cusack is brother to actress and comedienne Joan Cusack. Cusack first got his Hollywood start by appearing in such notable '80s films as Sixteen Candles (1984), Stand By Me (1986) and One Crazy Summer (1986). Cusack has made headlines in the past for his liberal political viewpoints, coming out in the past to blast former president George W. Bush for what he considered a depressing and corrupt regime. Cusack has been suspected to have had rhinoplasty nose job. Recent photos show his nose looking more refined than in his youth. Plastic Surgeon Paul S. Nassif has said, "Joan and John Cusack both look older, especially around the eyes. John now has bags around his lower eyes. It doesn’t look like they have had work done." However, Dr. John Saia has said that it appears Cusack has had a nose job. More recently, Cusack has been widely rumored to be the subject of a blind item about a male actor with a botched brow lift. Cusack has been suspected of being the actor in question due to bags around his eyes mysteriously disappearing.
The National Enquirer’s Guess Who? section frequently includes celebrity victims of plastic surgery gone wrong. The latest involves a popular movie star and a botched brow lift resulting in a permanent look of surprise.
The Guess Who? item reads:
What popular star of a classic 1989 teen film – he’s since turned into a successful adult actor – had an eyebow lift that has left him with a permanent look of surprise? The 40-something star (whose sister is also a famous actress) is so inconsolable about the botched surgery that he’s considering suing the reputable Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who performed it!
A Look At War, Inc’s Stars And Their Plastic Surgery
The following article is reprinted from Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: A Look At War, Inc’s Stars And Their Plastic Surgery.
Political satire War, Inc. just got released last week and the all-star cast got Make Me Heal wondering about which stars have had work done.
Veteran brother and sister actors, John, 41, and Joan Cusack, 44, both appear in the film, looking tired and older and more in need in of sprucing up than having had work done, although John’s nose does look slightly more refined than it did in his youth, signaling a possible nose job.
According to Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California, “Joan and John Cusack both look older, especially around the eyes. John now has bags around his lower eyes. It doesn’t look like they have had work done.” But plastic surgeon John Di Saia detects a nose job on John.
To combat the aging appearance around the eyes, the Cusacks may want to explore eyelid surgery, known as blepharoplasty, which can be performed on both the upper and lower lids to lose the bags and loose skin that makes eyes appear tired and old.
43-year old actress Marisa Tomei also appears in the film and it doesn’t look like she’s had any plastic surgery. She most likely has an extensive skincare regimen and may also indulge in non-surgical facial procedures like Thermage or laser treatments like Fraxel or ActiveFx. She may also use injections such as Restylane, Juvederm, and Botox which help get rid of fine lines and wrinkles that add to an aged appearance.
At 20, Hillary Duff is the youngest member of the War, Inc cast by decades. Hillary famously had her teeth capped with veneers that many thought were too large and she may have had a nose job to make her look older and more refined. There is also a rumor of Hillary Duff having gotten breast implants that is unconfirmed (read the full story on Hillary Duff’s Breast Implants). Whether or not the young starlet has made any changes to her appearance, Make Me Heal agrees with Dr. Nassif when he says, “Hillary Duff looks good.”
The cast of War, Inc. is rounded out by veteran actors Ben Kingsley and Dan Ackroyd who don’t appear to have had any work done to improve their appearances.
Although War, Inc. looks like a good film, Make Me Heal suspects it will be overshadowed by the latest installment of Indiana Jones. (See the full story on Harrison Ford’s Plastic Surgery).