'I haven't and I never would': Tom Cruise dismisses the idea his youthful appearance is down to plastic surgery
He turns 50 in two months but Tom Cruise hardly seems to have aged since he became a full-fledged superstar thanks to his role in 1986’s Top Gun.
And while it could easily be assumed that the actor has turned to plastic surgery to maintain his youthful appearance, the star has now spoken out to insist he has not gone under the knife.
He even went one step further to claim he would ‘never’ resort to cosmetic surgery in order to turn back the clock.
Ageing with grace: Tom Cruise has said he hasn't had any plastic surgery and never would
The Mission Impossible star spoke out in an interview with Playboy magazine, and when asked if he has had any work done, Tom said: ‘I haven’t and I never would.’
The star laughed when he was asked how he manages to look half his age, and said: ‘I honestly have no idea. I work. I’m always with family. I train, go without sleep. I just go hard.’
The Hollywood heavyweight also used the interview as an opportunity to gush about his love for wife of five years Katie Holmes, 33.
Tom said: ‘She is an extraordinary person, and if you spent five minutes with her, you’d see it. Everything she does, she does with this beautiful creativity.
He hasn't aged a day!: Tom found fame in 1986's Top Gun (L) and 26 years later he still looks incredibly youthful
Hopelessly devoted: Tom, pictured with Katie Holmes in February, also used the Playboy interview to gush about his love for his wife
‘She’s funny and charming, and when she walks into the room, I just feel better. I’m a romantic. I like doing things like creating romantic dinners, and she enjoys that.’
He added: ‘I don’t know what to say – I’m just happy, and I have been since the moment I met her. What we have is very special.’
The pair, who are parents to six-year-old daughter Suri, married in November 2006 in a Scientology ceremony.
And while he is an advocate of the religion, Tom told the men’s magazine that he isn’t one to impose his beliefs onto other.
Family man: Tom and Katie, pictured in December, have six-year-old daughter Suri together
He said: ‘I have respect for what other people believe. What I believe in my own life is that it’s a search for how I can do things better, whether it’s being a better man or a better father or finding ways for myself to improve.
‘Individuals have to decide what is true and real for them. I’m fortunate in the life I have.’
Tom stars in ensemble film Rock of Ages, an adaptation of the Broadway hit, which hits cinemas on June 15.
He also plays the role of Jack Reacher in the film adaptation of Lee Child’s book One Shot, due for release later this year.
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