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Extreme Makeovers That Made People Unrecognizable

2. Even good-looking Jamie Foxx has had some procedures to perfect his celebrity look. Jamie Foxx’s voice sounds like God’s gift from heaven. Foxx has always… Trista - August 29, 2021
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2. Even good-looking Jamie Foxx has had some procedures to perfect his celebrity look.

Jamie Foxx’s voice sounds like God’s gift from heaven. Foxx has always been a musical talent, starting as a choir leader at his church and was going to study music and performing arts composition in university. Nevertheless, he was also highly talented from a young age in acting and comedy. While those attributes inspired his fame, he didn’t always have the flawless looks he’s known for today. At the beginning of his career, Foxx had a gap-toothed smile and a hairline inches behind where it is today.

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Foxx’s role in the comedy TV show In Living Color launched his career, and he’s had no shortage of significant acting roles since then. He won endless accolades for his portrayal of Ray Charles in Ray (including an Academy Award, BAFTA, and Golden Globe) and is known for drastically changing his looks for his many characters. However, even when he presents as himself, Foxx has physical attributes that were previously nonexistent because of makeovers. For one, his now pearly-white veneers give him a million-dollar smile. Moreover, his hairline has dramatically changed, moving forward significantly and developing a more structured shape, causing speculation about a hair transplant. No matter what procedures Foxx has gotten, they’ve only served to enhance an underlying handsomeness he’s always possessed.

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1. From bald to beard, Tom Hardy is an expert in manly makeovers.

Tom Hardy might be a muscular hunk today, but that wasn’t always the case. Born and raised in London, Hardy started his career as a model. He looked like one too — in other words, tall, thin, and largely lacking muscle. While Hardy still acted in those earlier days, he didn’t play the macho, action-oriented characters he does today. Some might say he was “skinny fat,” and Hardy himself even admits to having been a skinny, non-athletic youngster.

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No one would guess Hardy was anything but a huge manly man today. Things in the muscle department changed for Hardy around 2010 when he performed as a mixed martial arts fighter in the film Warrior, for which he had to put on over 20 pounds of muscle. Since then, Hardy has become known for his dramatic body transformations for roles, particularly for Bane in Batman: The Dark Knight Rises and Charles Bronson in Bronson. For the latter part, Hardy claims to have put on seven pounds a week without taking steroids. It is a feat he attributes to eating large, daily portions of chicken and rice. His extreme and successful physical transformations have accentuated Hardy’s already-impressive acting skills.

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