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Tom Cruise

Good Genes or Good Docs?

12/18/2011 3:30 AM PST BY Johnny Lopez

Tom Cruise's mission impossible is aging.

Here's the handsome 30-year-old "Far and Away" star back in 1992 (left) -- and 19 years later, the flawless 49-year-old promoting his new movie "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" in London this week (right).

What's his secret?


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HGH HGH HGH HGH HGH Look it up, alot of hollywood use it as a anti-aging. It not easy to get and it is rather expensive,
but will keep you looking young past your 60's if you take care of yourself.

978 days ago


If you live a clean lifestyle, you have an opportunity to slow the aging process. He obviously has. Stay away from alcohol, drugs, nicotine and the sun. Stress can age you also.

978 days ago

John Smith    

Ray Kurzweil - Friends with benefits

978 days ago


He eats Thetans out of Katie Holmes while she sleeps. Now that he has Suri, there's going to be an endless supply of them. In fact, I'm surprised that he's not divorced already.

958 days ago

billy cema    

He has more wrinkles in the first picture. His face appears stiff in the second pic, with less wrinkles. His mouth is just there. He doesn't dare try to smile like in the first picture.
I know plenty of people who never drank, smoked or ate processed foods, who aged naturally, with wrinkles. They never got rid of their wrinkles as they aged.
Someone should douse him with a shower; then you'll see how old he really looks. Also, take away his hair dye, and the plugs.

950 days ago

Landa Iannielli    

this web sight is horrible!! judging people as they look. 1111 ALL GOD'S CREATIONS IS BEATUIFUL!! SHAME ON WHO EVER MADE THIS WEB SIGHT.!! I',M SORRY I EVEN LOOKED AT IT!! PIGS !!!!

461 days ago
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