Michael Clarke’s Plastic Surgery – What We Know So Far

Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a drummer like Michael Clarke, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Michael Clarke fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.


Drummer for the 1960s folk rock band The Byrds during the height of their popularity, from 1964 to 1967.

He was supposedly discovered by David Crosby playing bongos on the beach; he had little formal musical training and none on drums.

He grew distant from the group in 1967 over creative differences and was soon after fired from The Byrds.

He was born in Spokane, Washington. His father was an artist and his mother was a musician.

After his falling out from The Byrds he was involved in a long and acrimonious court battle with Roger McGuinn and the rest of his former group over “The Byrds” name rights.

Plastic Surgery Facts

No, Clarke has not undergone any sort of plastic surgery while battling with the cancer, except for a few surgeries. The World Cup winning captain has also been raising awareness regarding the skin cancer, which is caused due to the exposure to UV rays in the sunlight.

Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Michael Clarke went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.

Michael Clarke - Plastic Surgery Overview
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)N/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Can you tell from the photos whether Michael Clarke's body and face are natural?

Magnificent: Regardless of whether or not plastic surgery is involved, Michael Clarke still looks mesmerizing.

Michael Clarke Quotes

"We always talk about single mothers; the challenges they face. But the single father faces challenges as well."

Michael Clarke

"I hope we win every game we play, but the reality is it can't happen."

Michael Clarke

"I certainly feel like I've got the support and respect as a player because I've played a lot of international cricket."

Michael Clarke

"Respecting every individual is very important. It starts with respecting elders regardless of profession."

Michael Clarke

"I'm like every other player; you get frustrated that you don't make as many runs as you would like and get frustrated that the team's not having success but that only makes the challenge more exciting."

Michael Clarke