It can sometimes be hard to separate the admitted surgery from the rumored surgery, especially with a plastic surgery celebrity like Mickey Rourke, but he’s only really admitted to having the reconstructive surgery on his cheek and nose, which he talked about in an interview with Britain’s .
We all know that was a genuine success, but Mickey Rourke's comeback wouldn't be sealed until 2008, when he played the destitute title character in . An Oscar nomination followed, breathing new life and appreciation into a career that many people had all but written off.
These days, his voice is filled with gravel and his good looks are gone (thanks to a botched plastic surgery), but Mickey Rourke movies are just as entertaining as ever. In fact, they may be even more powerful than before, because Rourke has the age and experience to pull off characters who’ve been to hell and back.