Sam Elliott’s Beard

Actor Sam Elliott
In the halls of manliness, Sam Elliott ranks alongside Ernest Hemingway and other greats. With a voice to match his mustache and occasional beard, he won’t lead you wrong.


Sam Elliott with a smile
Despite his entry in the dictionary under “gruff,” Elliott can show his mischievous side when required.

Michael Fassbender’s Beard

Actor Michael Fassbender
The Irish actor’s range stretches from drama to action to sci-fi.  While he started his career playing shorn characters, Fassbender usually powers his work with his excellent beard these days.

Bram Stoker’s Beard

Dracula author Bram Stoker
While his look is a little more Wolf Man than Dracula, Bram Stoker was the storytelling father of the greatest vampire of all. The Irishman created one hell of a Transylvanian tale.

Rick Rubin’s Beard

Rick Rubin's beard
Did his musical genius stem from his beard or did his musical skill drive his epic beard? Only Odin can say for sure.

Ernest Hemingway’s Beard

Ernest Papa Hemingway
If there’s anything beyond a manly man – a mannish manly man’s man – then it’s gotta be Ernest Hemingway.


Ernest Hemingway
Or perhaps you prefer a little more pepper and a little more heft to your Hemingway.

Mr. T’s Beard

Mr. T's beard
Don’t mess with Mr. T or his beard. If you find yourself the object of his pity, you likely have larger problems.


Mr. T Cereal
Eat your Mr. T cereal every morning and you can grow a world-class beard too. 

General Zod’s Beard

Terrance Stamp as General Zod
With a sneer from across the cosmos, General Zod’s tight beard played an integral role in his showdown with Kal-El.


General Zod's beard wins
And if you’ve ever scoffed at General Zod’s metrosexual fashion choices, just remember that he kicked our collective asses until Superman squeezed out a win. 
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