Mark Mcgrath first became famous after acting as the lead vocalist for the Sugar Ray Band. This is an American rock band that was formed in 1986, and has released seven albums since its formation. Although the face of this band has been changing because of new members joining and others leaving at will, Mark Mcgrath and Rodney Sheppard are the only members who have remained loyal to the band over the years.
Last year, many fans of Mark Mcgrath noticed that his appearance had tremendously changed. Although he is 46 years old, he suddenly appeared more handsome, energetic and younger than many people of his age. Many of his fans therefore believe very strongly that he underwent plastic surgery.
A good plastic surgeon must have administered botox injection on Mark Mcgrath’s face. As a result, the wrinkles and lines that had started forming on his forehead completely disappeared, making his face appear smoother than before.
Additionally, the plastic surgeon(s) must have administered filler injections on his cheeks and chin. Looking at his latest photos, it’s easy to notice that his cheeks have become fuller with distinct dimples. His chin also appears too strong for someone who’s approaching 50 years of age.
There are very strong rumors that surgeons also conducted plastic surgery on his nose. When comparing his past and current photos, anybody who is keen enough will notice that his nose has become more pointed, narrower and longer than before. The bridge of his nose seems to have been “redesigned” to be longer, while the nostrils have become less wide, resulting in a more attractive nose and face.
Despite the strong and widespread rumors and speculations about the possibility of Mark Mcgrath having undergone extensive plastic surgery, he has never given any official response to either confirm or deny these speculations. However, most of his fans agree that the physical appearance of Mark Mcgrath completely changed, and he now appears more handsome, youthful, and generally, more attractive. He must have undergone plastic surgery.