Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Famous Facial Hair

Famous Men And Facial Hair, Love Them Or Shave Them? Famous beards continue to grow out into new and odd facial hair, sometimes for roles and other times not. From Matthew Broderick's Broadway-required sideburns to Hugh Jackman's 'Wolverine' partial beard to the goatee of Brad Pitt and the full beard of Ben Affleck, what do you think?
Distinctive features separate the unique from the ordinary. While birthmarks, eclectic fashion and body art often are enough to stand out, some need to let things become a little, or a lot, hairier to stand out in the crowd. See if you can guess the famous faces behind these beards, mustaches and all things weird in between.

A comedic actor

The clues: The popular English actor during the silent film era used mime and visual comedy in his act and was voted in the top 10 on the American Film Institute's list of greatest male screen legends. Find the list.
A Spanish painter

The clues: The Spanish surrealist painter's flamboyant fashion and eccentric public behavior at times garnered more attention than his artwork.He often lent his expertise to the film industry, collaborating with Alfred Hitchcock, Walt Disney and many others.
An English naturalist

The clues: Political economist the Reverend Thomas Malthus inspired this naturalist to conceptualize evolutionary adaptation through natural selection.
A prominent abolitionist

The clues: After being born into and later escaping slavery, he made it his life's mission to fight for freedom and human rights. He served as an adviser to a U.S. president during the Civil War.
A famous physicist

The clues: Regarded by most as the father of modern physics, the 1921 Nobel Prize winner in physics is best known for creating the world's most famous equation.
A Western movie actor

The clues: The gritty actor and his trademark deep voice can be seen in "Tombstone" and heard as the new voice of a famous forest fire prevention mascot.
A celebrity chef

The clues: He is a restaurateur and Food Network star known for touring America's best "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives."
A retired MLB player

The clues: The Hall of Famer and former relief pitcher for the Athletics, Padres and Brewers was the 1974 World Series MVP.
A Milwaukee Buck player

The clues: The half-Finnish half-African-American power forward has played for nine teams in his nine-year NBA career.
A national soccer Hall of Famer

The clues: The two-time retiree was a defender for the U.S. national team in the 1994 FIFA World Cup and now is an analyst with ESPN and ABC Sports.
An English musician

The clues: The Songwriters and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was a founding member of an iconic band. He was tragically killed in 1980.
A US president

The clues: The 16th U.S. president is remembered for his 1863 speech and for issuing the Emancipation Proclamation.
A former vaudeville performer

The clues: The comedic actor known for his quick delivery and trademark cigar and glasses performed in more than a dozen films with his famous brothers.
A philosopher & revolutionary

The clues: The German philosopher'smost widely read publication analyzed capitalism and the class struggle. Find it.
A TV judge

The clues: The tough judge was not always on the right side of the law. As a teenager, he joined an infamous Detroit gang and was in and out of jail before turning his life around and obtaining a law degree
A famous TV pitchman

The clues: The late infomercial phenom's enthusiasm made sales of these household cleaning products skyrocket.
An Olympian in Greek mythology

The clues: This god of the sea is a brother of Zeus and the father of a Cyclops who played a crucial role in Homer's "Odyssey."
A famous TV uncle

The clues: This TV uncle spent most of his time helping nephews Bo and Luke escape the wrath of the county's greedy commissioner.
A country music star

The clues: The country crooner was often seen sharing the stage with another country music icon.
A Miami rapper

The clues: The 300-pound Miami native is known for his lyrics about money, drugs and women and has rocked the mic with Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Drake and many others.
A former TV private investigator

The clues: Before he became a "Blue Blood," he was known as Monica's older boyfriend on "Friends" and a private investigator living in Hawaii.
An MMA fighter

The clues: After the heavyweight Bahamian brawler was released by the UFC in 2010, he turned his attention to professional boxing.
A US president

The clues: This U.S. president was the first president to own a car, the first to throw the first ball of the MLB baseball season and is the only president to have also served as U.S. chief justice.
A post-impressionist painter

The clues: The Dutch artist sold only one painting during his lifetime and is known for capturing the beauty and mystery of a September night in the south of France.
An MLB pitcher

The clues: He's one of baseball's best closing pitchers, and his beard has quite the following at AT&T Park. Fans often taunt opponents with "Fear the Beard" gear. See photos.
A transgressive cult filmmaker

The clues: The director's most notable film starred a former TV talk-show host and was adapted into a Broadway musical.
A Portuguese soccer player

The clues: The former fullback last played with the Los Angeles Galaxy and changed his religion after retiring.
A Greek mythical figure

The clues: He is thefather of the Goddess of Wisdom and the God of Light and Music.
A Texas rock band

The clues: TheRock and Roll Hall of Famers got the idea for their band's name by taking part of the name of one blues legend and combining it with the then-musical chart placement of another

Famous Facial Hair Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Arm Aritn

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