Bill Pullman Plastic Surgery Before and After

Bill Pullman was born on December 17, 1953. Before becoming an actor, Pullman was a professor theater at SUNY Delhi. He also taught the said subject at Montana State University’s School of Film and Photography. He pursued acting after being encouraged by his students. He started his acting career in the ’80s with gigs in theater productions. In 1986, he made his film debut in Ruthless People. The following year, he was recognized for starring in Spaceballs.

In the 1990s, he had notable roles in Sleepless in Seattle and Malice. He then starred opposite Sandra Bullock in While You Were Sleeping, followed by Casper. He then starred as President Thomas J. Whitmore in Independence Day, as well as starred in Lake Placid. In the 2000s, he had roles in the films The Grudge and Scary Movie 4. He recently appeared in the mainstream films The Equalizer, American Ultra, and Independence Day: Resurgence where he reprised his role as Thomas Whitmore. On television, he had roles on Torchwood: Miracle Day and 1600 Penn.

Has Bill Pullman had Plastic Surgery?

The Hollywood actor is now in his 60s, yet is is amazing how he has managed to stay active in the industry. Formerly a heartthrob in the ’90s for his deep-piercing eyes, Pullman has apparently aged. With this comes questions of plastic surgery. Has the actor undergone cosmetic procedures to hide signs of aging? After all, it wouldn’t be uncommon for men in Hollywood to do so. There are actors who get Botox injections just to lessen the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

In case of the Independence Day actor, it appears he hasn’t done something that involves a plastic surgeon. Looking at him, it is obvious that he has chosen to age gracefully. He has wrinkles on his face and he accepts that as part of the nature’s course. After all, aging is not something to be ashamed of. Some actors and actresses are actually proud that they have managed to stay active in Hollywood without needing to succumb to plastic surgery.

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