10 Most Famous Beards

November 28th, 2011
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To celebrate the global event of No Shave November and Movember, AutoCricket.com would like to explore the top 10 most famous beards. No Shave November, is traditionally a month long event bringing light and funds to men’s health awareness. The celebration of growing beards for charity took flight in the early 1990’s and has grown in popularity each year thereafter, giving all men the excuse to go shave free, trim free and maintenance free for month.

Enough about the history lets see some beards!

George Clooney

Actor and beard enthusiast, wearing many types and lengths of beards since his breakthrough performances in 1994

Abraham Lincoln

America’s 16th president from 1861-1865, rocking a beard until his assassination in 1865

Conon O’Brien / David letterman

Both host and comedians battling for the best late night beard

Johnny Damon

Professional American Athlete currently playing with the Rays in 2011. While playing for the Boston Red Sox, Damon built a reputation for his long hair and scruffy beard.

Santa Clause

How could we leave out one of the most recognizable beard, Santa Clause

Joaquin Phoenix

Famous American actor, known for having a long, messy beard beginning in 2005

Zach Galifianakis

American actor and comedian gained his mainstream popularity from his role in The Hangover, more importantly for his beautiful beard he rocked during and after the movie.

Brad Pitt

American actor and producer became growly popular for sporting a full beard after his roll in Inglourious Basterds in 2009.

Pau Gasol

Professional basketball player, currently playing for the Los Angeles Lakers has developed a recognizable appearance of having a scurfy beard.

Al Borland

A popular character from 1990’s TV sitcom Home Improvement sported a beard throughout the entirety of the 8 seasons the show ran.

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