Celebrities admitting to steroids

We are quite on the fence in including Jude Law in this section of the list. for sometime now, the English actor has been constantly featured in the hair transplant grapevine. But the still very obvious male pattern baldness is an indication that maybe he has not had a visit at a doctor’s clinic to address his hair loss. Despite constant push on his hair, or the lack thereof, he expressed in a Telegraph article that, “It doesn’t bother me. I’m not fresh-faced. I’m not up for the part of 20-year-olds, thank God. That’d be embarrassing. What I can do now is play some interesting 40-year-olds. Vanity has to be out of the way otherwise you’re only half doing it.”

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“Girls” star Adam Driver joined the Marines after 9/11. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight he explained how serving his country helped push him into acting. “When you get out of the Marine Corps, you feel like you can do anything. That was part of why I went to re-audition for Juilliard. I thought, ‘Worse comes to worst, I know how to live. I’ll live in Central Park or something. I’ll survive.’ You feel like all civilian problems are meaningless and small, which is a complete illusion, but you have this confidence. You’ve been torn down so much — physically, emotionally, verbally — you feel like you’re indestructible … Joining the military was beneficial because I think I had the will but didn’t have the drive or didn’t know where to put it. And I learned in the military where to put it.”

Celebrities admitting to steroids

celebrities admitting to steroids


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