From Hot...
To Not?

Hollywood's favorite stars, including Alec Baldwin and Richard Gere, may be in their acting prime now -- but as these pictures prove, time waits for no man.

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Mickey Rourke

Mickey Rourke enjoyed a life most men dream of in the '80s: gorgeous and rich with a brilliant acting career, working with some of the world's most beautiful women. But as his behavior became more and more erratic, the acting jobs dried up -- and Rourke decided to go back to his first love, boxing. Bad move.

From 9 1/2 weeks to now

A few hard punches destroyed Rourke's nose and cheekbones, leading to the plastic surgery disaster we see today.

Pierce Brosnon

Arguably the greatest James Bond since Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan brought his considerable good looks, charismatic personality and rapier wit to each role he played.

Mommy may I to Mamma Mia Mr. Bond

Today Brosnan is less concerned with keeping a physique worthy of fighting off enemy spies than with his environmental and charitable work.

Richard Gere

An officer, a gentleman, and every woman's fantasy: all roles Richard Gere enjoyed from his days as an American Gigolo through his wooing of Pretty Woman Julia Roberts.

A Gigalo to too many Nights in Rodanthe

Today, while it appears that Gere is definitely keeping up with his manscaping -- notice he still has a baby-smooth chest -- he could definitely suffer through a few situps.

Rod Stewart

What's worse: the giant black thatch about to escape from the orange-and-blue-striped Speedo on Rod Stewart back in the day, or the fact that a bloated, 60-something singer is still wearing banana hammocks?

You decide!

Rod the Bod not much of a bod any more

Russell Crowe

Aussie actor Russell Crowe left us longing for the days of chariots and swordfights as the hottest Gladiator this side of Rome.

From Gladiator to glutton...Russell Crowe

Today marriage, babies, age and an aversion to personal grooming have left his former ruggedly handsome looks nothing more than a memory.

Val Kilmer

Tom Cruise may have received most of the fanfare for Top Gun, but Val Kilmer easily outshone him in the looks department. Sadly, today Kilmer seems to have taken a page from the Marlon Brando school of hard knocks, letting his acting career slide along with his formerly gorgeous face -- and body.

 

Val Kilmer, why?!!!

Remember the volleyball scene in Top Gun? Enough said.

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Comments on "10 Hot male stars - then and now!"

S. O. Rooney February 09, 2014 | 10:27 PM

How the ---- old are you? Obviously, not very. Talk about superficial; somehow I think you're missing the point... of life. Can't wait to see your before and afters.

Dev February 01, 2013 | 12:02 PM

Just accept the truth.. ! They all has the right to live as normal human. Leave it.

Jvh72 July 12, 2012 | 7:04 PM

I would still marry Richard Gere...::sigh::

brooke January 31, 2012 | 10:19 AM

geeeeeez, these people are mean, arnold was what in his 20's at the time............they have gottten older, and have lives we can't all live and have beautiful bodies, there is more important things in the world than that

Sydney Simon December 27, 2011 | 3:00 AM

Disgraceful comments on men who no one it seems will allow to age.Just when exactly is Clint allowed to be or look old? When he is dead? As an Actor,Producer,Director,Musician and even as a local town Mayor, he has taken the long road.Much more so than paparazzi low life's such as the writer of this piece.

SPARKIE November 21, 2011 | 4:26 PM

This is a sad reflection on how superficial society has become. The best example is the comment on Clint Eastwood. The man must be about 80. What do people expect, this is very worrying, people need to concentrate on what matters, not simply aesthetics, peoples bodies age, what is wrong with that ?

JJ Vachon July 07, 2011 | 5:14 PM

Clint is 81 years old! Give the guy a break!

sherrie gourdin March 01, 2011 | 3:51 PM

These were and still are Great Men !! I don't care what they look like !

vandoprakash October 08, 2010 | 8:52 AM

i am a Arnold fan see the second photos very bad a go to gym arnold .

Onya July 25, 2010 | 1:26 PM

Geez, what's wrong with our society? Are people not allowed to just be normal everyday people? EVERYONE gets older! Celebs are just human beings like the rest of us and when not filming or preparing for a role they just lead a normal life like all humans do. It truly makes me sad that we tear down people the way we do. All over the female celebs for their clothing choices, or gaining weight (with or without child bearing), getting older, having a ruff time in their private lives. You know I think we forget that making movies, music, sports, etc. is just these folks' JOBS, not who or what they are as people. It would do us all a great service if we could keep that in mind.

Tonya June 23, 2010 | 12:14 AM

Wow Brandon looks great with long hair! www.morethangems

comet June 06, 2010 | 3:50 AM

I feel sorry for Alec Baldwin, I suppose he could look better if he would lose some weight. Anyway, as Mick said, getting older (and losing our charm) is the part of the life. However, I think Pierce Brosnan still looks very hot, jut mention the movie Mamma Mia, he looks really good in that one :D.

D May 02, 2010 | 11:20 AM

Let's see how good you look around 70, Goddard. Come to think of it, post a pic of yourself now. Eastwood is just in poor posture, slouched and sticking his stomach out. Arnold is still carrying way more muscle than most people his age.

debra February 12, 2010 | 11:52 AM

its just part of life no matter rich or poor that is why people should not count on looks only its what is on the inside that matterd most(got love)

mick February 04, 2010 | 3:59 PM

Good. I'm glad I'm not the only one who finally joined the old ugly pot belly club.I'm lucky it happened to me later not sooner.

Cynthia May 12, 2009 | 12:31 PM

o jeez, val kilmer is breaking my heart.

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