Dennis Avner (1958-2012), famous in the US for facial surgery, mouth, teeth and combined with tattoos to make his face like a tiger. Avner operated 14 times, achieving a world record for "most animal-like permanent transformation".
Avner was a sonar specialist in the US Navy
After being discharged from the army, Avner worked as a computer programmer and technician in San Diego, California. He said the tiger tattoo was a way for him to fit in with the ancient Wyandot traditions of Native Americans.
Rick Genest, born July 1985 in Canada. It took custom baseball jersey him over $3,000 and 24 hours for the tattoo artist to turn him into a zombie. Before the tattoo, Genest was diagnosed with a brain tumor and is expected to live no more than half a year. He wandered around and decided to get a skeleton tattoo, and then other tattoos to look like a zombie.
Thanks to this appearance
Genest has appeared in many music clips of the star Lady Gaga. Currently Genest is out of danger due to brain tumor, and is about to release a music album.
Julia Gnuse, born in 1959, lives in California, USA. The skin disease caused her to have many scars on her body, to cover them, Gnuse decided to get a tattoo. She is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as the person with the most tattoos on her body.
The tattoos include posters of her favorite movies, favorite actors, and self-portraits. She also had a small scene in the video for the song Pink by the famous rock band Aerosmith.
born in June 1972 in the US. This man had eyebrow surgery, split his tongue, implanted horns under his skin, tattooed to become a reptile. To do all of this, Sprague spends more than 700 hours on tattoo artists.
Sprague and his wife live in Texas with a pet ferret. He made a viking jersey living by performing, with sword swallowing, fire-breathing, and insect-eating.
Tom Leppard, 73 years old, was once considered the most tattooed person in the world. He left city life, living alone on an island in Scotland until 2008.
Leppard currently lives in a house in Broadford, Skye, Scotland.