Did Mike Rowe Go Under the Knife?

It’s only natural to want to look mesmerizing. So what plastic surgeries has Mike Rowe endured to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.


Television personality best known for hosting the popular Discovery Channel series Dirty Jobs. He also worked as a pitchman for the Ford Motor Company.

He studied communications at Towson University in his native Maryland.

He advertised such products as Caterpillar and Lee Premium Select Jeans.

Plastic Surgery Facts

He had septoplasty (a type of sinus surgery) the year before to fix a deviated septum and said the results were life-changing. Prior to the surgery, he wasn’t able to breathe through his nose—so he naturally breathed through his mouth instead.

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

Mike Rowe - 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 Mike Rowe's body and face are natural?

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Mike Rowe never needed any plastic surgery, he was already extraordinary and a natural beauty. Are the facial plastic surgery rumors to be taken seriously?

Mike Rowe Quotes

"One of the things that continually surprised people with the kind of shows I do, is that we try and find people who aren't doing jobs that are traditionally aspirational but who have nevertheless prospered and found real contentment doing it."

Mike Rowe

"We need to tell better stories of men and women who master a trade. We have to stop telling kids to blindly follow their passion and show them the opportunities that exist. That was the big, overarching message of 'Dirty Jobs.'"

Mike Rowe

"There's a belief... in the country that we can cure unemployment by creating opportunity. The skills gap proves that opportunity along is not enough to get people employed."

Mike Rowe

"It's funny; it's a real balancing act. In TV, everybody's talking about authenticity. In order to make 'Dirty Jobs' authentic, I really can't be overly informed. The minute I am, I become a host... It's a very tricky business paying a tribute to work, because TV is very bad at it."

Mike Rowe

"Always flat front. You've got to be deeply suspicious of a man who consciously goes with pleats. Why would you do that?"

Mike Rowe