Mickey Rourke offers a peek at his chest tattoos while enjoying a hand-rolled cigarette after having lunch in Beverly Hills

Mickey Rourke offered a glimpse at his immense chest tattoos after grabbing some lunch in Beverly Hills.

The 69-year-old actor was all smiles while smoking a hand-rolled cigarette after his lunch outing on Tuesday afternoon.

His outing came just a few months after suffering a nasty cut on his forehead after a skateboarding accident. 

Tats: Mickey Rourke offered a glimpse at his immense chest tattoos after grabbing some lunch in Beverly Hills

Tats: Mickey Rourke offered a glimpse at his immense chest tattoos after grabbing some lunch in Beverly Hills

Rourke stepped out with an olive-green dress shirt that he had unbuttoned, offering glimpses of his chest tattoos.

He was also sporting dark Aviator-style sunglasses for his lunch at Mulberry Street Pizza in Beverly Hills.

The actor completed his look with black pants and baby blue slip-on shoes for his lunch outing. 

Mickey's look: Rourke stepped out with an olive-green dress shirt that he had unbuttoned, offering glimpses of his chest tattoos

Mickey's look: Rourke stepped out with an olive-green dress shirt that he had unbuttoned, offering glimpses of his chest tattoos

The outing came just months after he revealed a dangerous skateboarding accident on social media.

The Wrestler star shared a painful gash on his forehead to his 217K Instagram followers, which he captioned, 'Looks like my skateboarding days are over.' 

The actor, who also boxed professionally on top of his acting career, also confessed to suffering several concussions over the years.

Skateboarding: The outing came just months after he revealed a dangerous skateboarding accident on social media

Skateboarding: The outing came just months after he revealed a dangerous skateboarding accident on social media

'Gotta make sure "the head isn't scrambled eggs,"' the Man of God actor wisecracked.

His injuries haven't slowed down his workload, with the actor recently wrapping Murder at Hollow Creek in Mississippi. 

David Lipper's action-thriller also stars Penelope Ann Miller, Paul Ben-Victor, Jason Patric, Casper Van Dien, Jason London, Jeremy London, and Patrick Muldoon. 

Work: His injuries haven't slowed down his workload, with the actor recently wrapping Murder at Hollow Creek in Mississippi

Work: His injuries haven't slowed down his workload, with the actor recently wrapping Murder at Hollow Creek in Mississippi

Co-stars: David Lipper's action-thriller also stars Penelope Ann Miller, Paul Ben-Victor, Jason Patric, Casper Van Dien, Jason London, Jeremy London, and Patrick Muldoon

Co-stars: David Lipper's action-thriller also stars Penelope Ann Miller, Paul Ben-Victor, Jason Patric, Casper Van Dien, Jason London, Jeremy London, and Patrick Muldoon

Rourke recently said younger directors are the reason his acting career was resurrected after being 'blacklisted by Hollywood for 15 years.'

'The young guys are cool. They don't care about what they hear. They judge me by my acting ability, not my old reputation,' the eighties action star explained to Fox News on March 28.

'I have a love/hate relationship with acting. I enjoy what I'm doing at the moment because I can give everything that I'm taught. I have my confidence.

Resurrected: Rourke recently said younger directors are the reason his acting career was resurrected after being 'blacklisted by Hollywood for 15 years'

Resurrected: Rourke recently said younger directors are the reason his acting career was resurrected after being 'blacklisted by Hollywood for 15 years'

Young guys: 'The young guys are cool. They don't care about what they hear. They judge me by my acting ability, not my old reputation,' the eighties action star explained to Fox News on March 28

Young guys: 'The young guys are cool. They don't care about what they hear. They judge me by my acting ability, not my old reputation,' the eighties action star explained to Fox News on March 28

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Mickey Rourke offers a peek at his chest tattoos after having lunch in Beverly Hills

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