Dashing British actor James Purefoy refuses to sign up for plastic surgery to keep his leading man looks intact - because he wants to appear rugged and craggy as he ages. The Vanity Fair star, 42, admits his brow is so furrowed it looks like "a field in Suffolk (rural England)" but he insists his looks are just fine as they are. He says, "You could plant barley in these lines. And I'm 42. This will get worse. Good. "Look at (revered writer) SAMUEL BECKETT's face. What a face, what a life... Old faces have so much more life to them. They're so much more interesting to watch. "A young, unlined, clean face has no experience and no life. It's got no secrets, no bruises."