Since 2003, the Movember Foundation has been working to raise awareness for men’s health issues by declaring the month of November a “no-shave month”.
That’s right—all month long the foundation encourages men to sport their ‘staches in whatever form they may be, and come together to raise funds for various men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and mental health.
In honor of mustache month, we decided to pay homage to the most famous ‘staches in history—can you guess who’s who? Make your guess, then click the image to find out!
We have this mustache to thank for some of the most influential writings of the twentieth century, like The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
One of the quirkiest mustaches of our time, its owner was a supremely famous Spanish surrealist painter during the twentieth century.
With its own talk show and a handful of hosting credits under its belt, this mustache went from stand-up comedian to a beloved household name.
This mustache is positively presidential! The man attached to this ‘stache is known for his environmentalism, among other efforts as our 26th president.
A star in American television and movie hits like Magnum P.I. and The Shadow Riders, this ‘stache helped define cool in the 70s and 80s.
This mustache with a southern accent has been helping people and families work out their problems since his show debuted in 2002.