Mustaches seem to make a comeback every few years, but some men can arguably rock one better than others.
In honor of Movember, we’ve put together a list of the most iconic ones: from Tom Selleck to Albert Einstein, these men have gone down in history for their talents, yes, but also for their iconic ‘staches.
Keep scrolling to see our mustache hall of fame.
Burt Reynolds’ mustache graced the silver screen for almost half a century.
Burt Reynolds first became a mustachioed star doing action films like “Deliverance” and “Smokey and the Bandit.” He was later nominated for an Oscar for his role as porn director Jack Horner in the 1997 film, “Boogie Nights.”
When he passed away in September 2018, at age 82, fans mourned both his talent and his famous facial hair.
TV shows have paid homage to Tom Selleck’s iconic mustache.
Tom Selleck is best-known for playing private investigator Thomas Magnum in the CBS show “Magnum, PI.” His ‘stache became so famous that “Magnum, PI” even paid homage to it in a recent episode of its reboot.
In fact, his glorious facial hair has earned him the nickname “godfather of the mustache.”
Sam Elliott’s facial hair has been the star of countless Westerns over the years.
Sam Elliott is an American legend that made his name starring in Westerns — but even his iconic low voice and Southern drawl would be nothing without the mustache to go along with it.
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