Movie Legend Terence Would Get The Stamp of Approval From Crown Clinic

POSTED: 08 February 2013

The film heart-throb Terence Stamp was once described as the most handsome man alive.

That was in his Sixties heyday when he won millions of fans for roles in hit movies like Far From The Madding Crowd.

Stamp is now 74 and still a striking looking man. There is just one problem: he is losing his hair.

And he doesn't like that one bit.

Asked if he is worried about letting go of anything, Stamp revealed in an interview with the Daily Mail: "Sure, I hate letting go of my hair."

Click here to read the full interview and see recent pictures of Stamp with a noticeably receding hairline.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2275352/Terence-Stamp-I-cope-wife-leaving-I-HATE-losing-hair.html

As you'll know from reading this blog, we do a lot of celebrity  hair transplants at Crown Clinic.

And we would love to help Mr Stamp.

There is a lot we could do to improve his receding hairline. With the right hair transplant, we could bulk up the front of his hairline which wouldn't look too different from his Sixties heyday.

Several other celebrities have really benefitted from having hair transplants. The actor James Nesbitt, who we all remember from the wonderfully funny Cold Feet, said he landed a number of new roles after having two hair transplants on a receding hairline

not too dissimilar to Stamp's. 

So come on, Terence, why don't you get in touch. We'd love to help you. 

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