22 famous men we've never seen without a mustache
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Mustache for men is something sacred and untouchable. Such beauty is grown for a long time and is cared for even longer. Sometimes men are so proud of facial hair and get used to it that they wear it for years, decades or all their lives. Many actors, directors and singers also did not escape a similar fate.
And since famous personalities are almost always in plain sight, their moustaches become almost a trademark and few people can imagine them without the usual element on their face. And let's imagine and see.
Probably, it is Boyarsky who is the most famous mustachioed man in our country. But even with his mustache there were incidents.
He started growing a mustache at a young age and without them he looked like this.
Another world-famous moustache. However, his mustache is unlikely to make anyone smile.
Stalin grew them out as soon as possible, and has never shaved them off since. The Secretary General without a mustache can only be seen at a young age.
Long blond curls and a dark mustache are the unchanging image of the singer. However, he himself claims that he did not create an image on purpose, but he no longer imagines himself without a mustache.
A director without a mustache is not represented not only by the audience, but also by his own daughter. One day Nadia Mikhalkova said in an interview:
But it was Bezusym who started his career as a director and actor.
The TV presenter has become a kind of brand of the program "Field of Miracles", and the entire First Channel, largely thanks to his mustache. In one of the programs, a participant working as an insurance agent insured Yakubovich's mustache.
Leonid Arkadyevich grew a fashion accessory at a fairly mature age.
To many, the actor is familiar precisely in a stage image with a branded mustache.
But in life Chaplin did not wear a mustache and looked not at all like a comedian, but an attractive playboy.
For a long time, many historians believed that the Fuhrer wore a mustache with a brush, following the fashion. This myth was dispelled by the writer Alexander Fry, who served with Hitler. Like all the other colleagues, Hitler was ordered to trim his mustache, because they could prevent him from wearing a gas mask.
Until that moment, the future Fuhrer wore a magnificent Prussian mustache.
Hitler was completely beardless only in his teens.
The wrestler is the bearer of Fu Manchu's trademark mustache, without which it is already impossible to imagine him.
No wonder Hogan decided to grow a mustache: without them, he looks not like an intimidating fighter, but a cute bumpkin.
The genius of mathematics and physics became the prototype of a real professor thanks to his disheveled hair and thick mustache.
Einstein never shaved off his mustache, so without them he can only be seen in children's photos.
The singer of the band Queen most of the time wore a characteristic mustache.
Sometimes Freddie shaved off his mustache. For example, in the last clip, shot shortly before his death, he appears beardless.
The British actor grew a mustache for the role of the Kazakh journalist Borat, and that's exactly how he remained in the memory of the audience.
Now Cohen goes without a mustache.
In most films, the American actor was shot with a mustache, which definitely gave his image more masculinity.
However, without a mustache, Gable also appeared on the screens.
The surrealist's mustache is perhaps the most recognizable in the world.
Just like many others, Dali grew a mustache at the first opportunity, so his picture without a mustache is a real rarity.
The moustache of the former leader of the Iraqi Republic became so inseparable from his image that, hiding from the Americans, he even shaved it off, leaving one beard.
Like other Oriental men, Hussein grew a mustache as soon as the opportunity arose, and therefore in a beardless state he can only be seen in childhood.
The Cuban revolutionary wore perhaps the most iconic mustache and beard.
Ernesto Che Guevara shaved for quite a long time until he threw himself into the abyss of the revolution.
One day, Lithuanian oppositionists opposed Lukashenka's visit to their country with banners with the inscription "Entry is forbidden to the Mustachioed."
Master "What? Where? When?" made the mustache his permanent attribute, which many consider even a talisman.
A shaved friend can only be seen in the photo of youthful times.
The German philosopher and writer grew such a dense and unusual mustache that he became a role model for many contemporaries.
Without a mustache, Nietzsche did not look so serious and intimidating at all.
The rock musician also invented a signature mustache shape.
As it was, Zappa was a decent young man.
Mustache has become such a familiar part of the actor's appearance that, without looking at the photo, you can wonder if he has them.
Everyone knows the British actor in the image of Hercule Poirot with a small mustache.
Seeing a photo of a land without a mustache, you can even experience a slight disappointment.
Moustache with drooping tips, as well as many of the heroes of our report, have become the hallmark of the actor.