You don’t have to keep a stiff upper lip this is just a fun list of famous moustaches from fictional and real people. Now, I moustache you a question: which person on the list is your favorite?
Ned Flanders – The Simpson’s favorite neighbor, known for his “hi-diddly-ho”, Christian good works, and his awesome moustache. Nedward Flanders would not be the same without that sportin’ ‘stache.
Adolf Hitler – More like an infamous moustache, the Hitlerstache really put the toothbrush moustache on the map.
I personally prefer Charlie Chaplin’s toothbrush moustache over Hitler’s.
Salvador Dali – You can’t be an artist without a name like Salvador Domènec Felip Jacint Dalí i Domènech, Marquis de Púbol, and I’m sure the surreal moustache help in his paintings.
Hercule Poirot – Ah, Monsieur Hercule Poirot, Agatha Christie’s most famous Belgium detective took absolute pride in his luxurious moustache.
John Waters – Ooh, the pencil-thin moustache is what makes John Waters recognizable. You look at the photo and you want to say, “You got a little something there”.
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Groucho Marx – Ok, it’s not just that moustache, you need the nose, glasses, and eyebrows as well. Groucho was a hilarious comedian and host of You Bet Your Life. He wasn’t just famous for the ‘stache, his quick wit was famous too!
Magnum P.I. (Tom Selleck) – When you think of moustaches (people my age or older) you definitely think of Hawaii’s famous private investigator, Thomas Magnum. Played by Tom Selleck, I don’t think that show would have been such a hit if Magnum didn’t have such a great ‘stache.
Hulk Hogan – This horseshoe mustache gives Hulk his signature look.
That’s my list. I’d love to talk but I moustache. :o)
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