10 best and most underappreciated mustaches of Movember
When it comes to terribly awesome action movies, Steven Segal gets way more play than he deserves. Sure, he has awesome catchphrases and a rad ponytail, but in the world of grooming, the rule is that mustaches beat ponytails. Which is why Charles Bronson is our dude.
Who can forget Napoleon's wig-wearing, mustache-clad, presidential compadre? With a heart of gold and an upper-lip growth reminiscent of America's greatest underage lover, Vili Fualaau, Pedro arguably stole the show in the cult-classic film that taught us all the importance of listening to our hearts. This Movember, we'll all Vote for Pedro.
Sure, the Hulkster may have blazed a trail for well-oiled wrestlers with well-oiled mustaches in the '80s and '90s, but for every great hero, there has to be a great villain. At the peak of Desert Storm, Sergeant Slaughter turned his back on America and became an Iraqi sympathizer who made it his goal to bring down our hero Hulk Hogan. And he had just the facial hair to do it.
This was a tough one. While Ja Rule may have brought street cred back to mustaches, no one revolutionized rap-game facial hair like LUDA! Not only has the man also known as Christopher Bridges spent the past 15 years carving out a crazy-successful career in hip-hop and acting, but he's also kept his perfectly formed hair lip looking fresh no matter how much older he gets. He "disturbed tha peace," but never disturbed a razor. God bless you, Luda.
Breaking down barriers at number six, Christopher Hewett taught sitcom fans in the '80s that a mustache is key when it comes to cooking, cleaning, solving family problems, and dealing with Bob Ueker on a weekly basis. Mr. Belvedere made being a male nanny/housekeeper look cool long before the term "manny" was even a thing. Combine his excellent taste in facial hair with his sweet English accent, and Mr. Belvedere brought a hint of class to the mustache game that few have ever duplicated.