George Clooney does not believe in plastic surgery OR dying his hair in a bid to look younger. The actor, who is known to embrace aging, recently revealed in an interview with BBC presenter Jenni Murray that he never considered the option of cosmetic surgery.

“I don’t think it would make much sense, quite honestly. I’ve seen it happen -- particularly on men. I don’t think it really works, I think it actually makes you look older. I’m a big believer in the idea that you can’t try to look younger. You just have to look the best you can at the age you are,” he said.

Though the actor loves to sport his natural mane, he admits that aging affects him. Clooney says one has to get use to the “change” that comes with aging, and accept the fact that movie roles will be offered based on the age.

Clooney is currently seen in the science fiction film “Tomorrowland,” which opened in the theaters May 22. He plays a former boy genius Frank Walker who gets exiled from Tomorrowland because of his work. The actor also played age-appropriate roles in films including “Gravity” and “The Monuments Men.”