15 Dudes That Prove Guys With Long Hair Are Absolute Dreamboats

We’ve never really been able to make our minds up on whether guys with long hair are hot or just in need of a good hair cut. Until now.

We’re not sure if we’re uncontrollably jealous or wanna hunt them down and hang from their perfectly rugged tresses. Did we say that out loud?
As long as it’s not in better condition than ours, we’ll take that all day long *hides his Aussie Treatment in a sock* Check out these handsome and hairy rogues!

First there was Ben puppy face Dahlhaus

David Gandy, you should be scared.

Then this greek god

He knows that’s not a tangle teezer in his hand right.

Look at this gent

See, he’s the kinda guy that’ll give you a single long-stemmed English rose when you want one.

Moody’s working for us

There’s no getting over those raven locks. He’s just so beautiful (sniff).

This one’s giving us all the grooming goals

Chest hair is literally growing perfectly down and around his clavicle and with that much hair on his head, that’s gotta take eff-ort. We’re impressed.

This is probably the first time we’ve ever used the wet and wild caption but he is worth it

Oh, oh the tiny beads of water!

We’ve never wanted to touch armpit hair as much as this

And his waves are sun-kissed. SUN-KISSED.

HOLA to this sultry babe

Ah that old trick, peeping out from under your hair, we know what you’re doing there dude. And it’s working.

Seriously, he’d happily French plait your hair all day long

He understands that taking a hair selfie is a serious art.

That’s one hot Jesus look-a-like

Wonder how many times he’s heard that one before.

Hark at pensive Pete over here!

At what point does the beard stop and the hair start? Either way, he’s a wild beauty.

This curly haired hero though

We wanna know how many times he washes his hair a week? Does he use leave-in treatments? What conditioner does he use? How does he deal with tangles? So. Many. Burning. Questions.

Sleeking hell

Not a kink in sight.

Sexy, angry, wet-shirt wearing jhsbfkhasbgbgk

Blushing, blushing a lot.

If he’s house trained we’ll take him right now

Cute as a pup.

Have these hairy stunners convinced you to love guys with long hair forever? Tweet us @sofeminineUK

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Trending long hair and beard style combinations: Guys having long hair sports a beard or mustache to look handsome and manly. That’s why many men carve for a compatible beard style for their long hair to sport the beauty of long hair and beard. A guy with a short hair can have any beard without thinking much about the future output. But, guys with long hairs need not only to be extra cautious with their beard style but also have to be patient till they grow it. This article enlightens about the best beard styles for men with long hair.

#1: High taper fade spiky hair with a long beard


This is a Mohawk style type wherein the hair at the back of the head increases gradually from top to bottom. The hairs of the crown tend to remain longer than those at the back head. To wear this hairstyle, one need not seek the help of a professional hairdresser and can wear by themselves. To do so, one needs a pomade of deluxe quality. Apply it thoroughly all over your hair and lift them in to form spikes.

#2: Balbo with long hair


This beard style consists of three sections: mustache, chin bears, and a soul patch in the lower lips. The mustache and the beard do not tend to twain and hence it is not only easier to maintain but also cleanse this beard style. This style is seen to perfectly match with long hair. Balbo is seen to enhance the facial beauty in a guy with a long face and long hair.

#3: Handlebar mustache and an Amish beard


Amish beard is a beard style wherein the facial hair is encouraged to grow without a mustache. Whereas a handlebar mustache is one which very closely resembles a bicycle handlebar with twisted ends. Many men do not want to mix up this styles. One can blend both of these trends together if they have a long and voluminous hair.

#4: Thin lines beard


The thin line beard is very similar to the circle beard. The circle beard look is one of the neatest beard styles that are in trend today. This beard style is a combination of a bearded and cleaned shave style. The only variation in a thin line beard is that the beard liners are thinner. A thin line beard with long hair is quite trendy and stylish if trimmed appropriately.

#5: Wavy long hair with a bushy beard


A long hair without a beard is just like a soundless beautiful movie. Only long hair creates an emptiness on the look hence stylist recommend growing the beard when you are growing a long wavy hair. The beard style can be based on an individual’s taste.

#6: Patchy Beard


Many men have a patchy beard. one needs to can take the necessary steps to get rid of the patches or can utilize the patches to create a unique style. It only depends on how well one sports and carries the style.

#8: Goatee Beard


Goatee beard is the trendsetter today. It is mostly sported by a man who wants doesn’t prefer to have a clean shaved face. This style best suits round face long hair guys as it is seen to show the face longer.

#8: Full beard with long hair


A full beard is seen to suit any man with long hair. Let the beard grow full and trim it to get rid of split and straggling facial hair.

#9: A stubble


If a man wants to look and classy, stubble is the style that he needs to choose. No extra effort is needed to sport this look. Let the beard grow to a short length or trim the long beard to a length shorter than 2 cm. Men with long hair will look gorgeous with a stubble.

#10: Handlebar and stubble


The handlebar is the trendiest mustache style in recent times. The handlebar mustache is seen to suits the stubble full beard well.

#11: Mutton chops with long hair


Mutton chop beards resemble a piece of chopped mutton when shaped correctly. They are characterized by sideburns that are chopped, along with the lower jawline and extend to the chin. One needs to be extremely careful when they shave the mutton chops as precision is critical. This style is seen to perfectly suit bold and expressive men.

#12: Dreadlocks and stubble


Long dreadlocks themselves produce an extreme look. One can add extra style to that by getting an undercut that connects the sideburns along with the stubble beard.

#13: Man-bun with a dense beard


Many men have a dense beard whereas some other struggle to get a regular one. If a guy has a dense beard and the growth rate of the hair is good, then this style will aptly suit them. Applying a hair bun to the long hair with a full dense beard provides a trendy look.

#14: Medium beard with long Jheri curls


Jheri curls is a prominent hairstyle sported but the blacks. But as time progressed this style is being experimented by all men around the world. A distinct long hairstyle look is seen to be enhanced with a short or medium beard.

#15: Brushed back hair with a long beard


A brushback hair with a long beard is seen to give a neat and classy look. Though can be a hassle at times if maintained well will help in seeking the attention of the opposite gender.

#16: Ombre hairstyle with a beard

One can add a new dimension to his hairstyle by having a nice transition from deeper to liter shade by applying two colors. This type of ombre hairstyle will look great when associated with a beard.

#17: Thor inspired beard


Thor is a popular name among many fans of Marvel Studios. The Hollywood star in it sports a medium stubble with a long hair that goes past the shoulder. One can follow his style to express his love for his favorite star as well as the Marvel movie.

#18: Van Dyke beard


Van Dyke is a famous Hollywood star who sports a nice and extended mustache with a goatee, this creates the most desirable Van Dyke beard style. Long hair with this look will be the icing on the cake.

#19: A soul patch


A soul patch can be the lone warrior for a guy who wants his beard to go noticed. Even though this beard style is less noticeable in terms of the volume of the beard, but the distinctive presence of a small beard can make heads turn.

#20: Mixed women hairstyles pixie cuts with a beard


The popular asymmetrical bob medium length easy way to do finger waves with a beard is the latest trend in the that many men with a long hair are sporting today.

Beards have been popular for the last few years and many men have embraced facial hair. However you may be wondering if beards on their scruffy last legs and set to go the way of man buns or are beards still in style? Should you grow a beard or shave it off?

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We asked six style experts to weigh in on the male facial hair trends we’ve seen in the last couple of years – and are likely to see in the coming years.

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The overall verdict is that beards are still in — but in a less-scruffy, more well-groomed way than before. Facial hair trends change quickly – read on to decide where you land on the Beards vs. Clean Shaven spectrum. And if you’re interested in a second opinion, we asked women what they really think about beards.

Beards Are In: Team Beards Are Still Cool

Beards have long been a classic look for men and realistically they won’t be disappearing anytime soon. Some trend-followers who jumped on the bandwagon might decide to shave, however we don’t expect that everyone will.

Many guys, including some bearded celebrities, learned the joys of facial hair and not-shaving and we don’t expect them to abandon their beards.

That said the scruffy lumberjack look seems to be evolving into a better maintained, more professional and shaped beard.

Men will be looking for ways to cultivate a polished beard, looking for better trimming methods as well as tools to tame their facial hair.

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Beard Evolution

Evolution of the beard. The guys who are in for the long haul will remain and stand out. The trend riders will fade out.

Structured beards will stand out. The beard trend continues on but now we are seeing the guys who are truly committed.

They want to stay with it. Instead of a loose and rounded shape or a long and loose shape we are seeing much more structure and shape to each of the beards. Definitive lines and perimeters are being shown. Beard oils and balms are used to define the shapes.

—Floyd’s 99 Education Team

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Beards: Less is More!

Whilst there is no doubt that the beard is again going to be a strong look.

The focus looks set to be on more tightly cropped and shorter length. So much of what we’re seeing on the catwalk is with this shorter defined look.

Think George Michael in the ‘I’m Your Man’ video! Should be a big year for quality razors and balms.

—Ben Rose, Founder and Senior Editor at

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If You Keep a Beard – Take Better Beard Care

Beards are definitely not going away anytime soon! In fact, last night I had three men come in for a beard trim.

The trend I’m beginning to see is that men are becoming more interested in how they care for their beards. They want to know how to trim it, brush it and what products to use on it. The male guests I work with are constantly asking me questions about how to groom their beards or how to get a certain look.

— Lizzie Lopez, Salon Manager at Supercuts

My two cents on men’s grooming and beards in particular… they aren’t going away. Nor is the desire for men to “up” their grooming game. We added beard oil to our line in fall and it’s been a big hit!

— Heidi Danos,

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Beards Are Out of Style: Clean-Shaven Comeback

Team Clean-Shaven weighs in with a return to traditional shaving. Clean shaven is always classic, fitting in for nearly every situation. However many men have embraced beards purely because they hate shaving and the associated razor burn, in-grown hairs, etc).

The proponents of the clean shaven look emphasis that making shaving a more positive experience with high-quality equipment and shaving rituals will get many men back to shaving with a more positive experience.

Momentum for Clean Shave

Let’s kiss that overgrown beard goodbye and embrace your handsome face as is, the one you’ve worn your entire life and will take you into the next decade.

Keep in mind that a little scruff separates teenage boys from men shows little polish and style. All of us boys have had our time to be lazy, look disheveled, scruffy and a bit dirty.

— Paul Labrecque, Celebrity Stylist

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The Next Step Beyond Beards

The Clean Shave look gains momentum. In 2016 43% of US Men shaved everyday, according to Mintel, we expect those numbers to start going up. Beards have become more maintained and trimmed, the next step is a cleaner, younger look.

— Dan Farris, Founder, Chief Executive Officer ModrnMan

Return to Traditional Shaving

I also believe that beards are on their way out and a return to traditional shaving is on the rise. I really believe the reason why beards became so popular is due to the crappy quality of shave cartridge razors give.

And the prices of cartridge razors being what they are and the inferior “one size fits all” shaves they provide, millions of young Men (and women) are returning back to time tested methods of shaving; Shave Soap, Shave Brush and Safety Razor!

One thing Millennials demand is Choice. You don’t get this with the plastic cartridge razor, however with a traditional safety razor there are thousands of blades, razors, brushes and soaps to choose from…thus making it the truest form of customizable shave, a unique fit for your unique face.

Sure there are cartridge blade clubs you can join and save some cash, but is it really worth the subpar shave?

— Douglas Smythe, Phoenix Shaving

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Is Now the Time to Embrace Stubble?

There’s no hard and fast rule on whether you should grow a beard or shave it off this year. Facial hair styles have as much to do with your own personal style as anything. And of course, there’s the in-between of embracing stubble.

Stubble, which was long dismissed as simply a lazy long-weekend look, has recently become acceptable in the workplace. If you’re looking for a safe place between the lumberjack full-on beard and squeaky-clean shaven, it can be a good alternative. Learn how to achieve perfect stubble.


Growing a beard can be a great way to express your personal style and every guy should try growing one at least once in his life. However truly embracing the bearded look depends on much more than what’s in style.

Consider your beard hair growth (some guys find they have patchy or irregular facial hair), facial shape and whether it contributes to or distracts from your overall personal style.

If you want to grow or update your beard:• Learn how to shape it. • Use beard oils to soften and maintain it. • Keep it short and structured.• Consider embracing stubble rather than a full beard.

If you do want to go clean shaven:• Go to a barber shop for a hot shave and learn how to use a straight razor. • Invest in quality shaving equipment that will reduce skin irritations associated with shaving.• Make shaving an enjoyable ritual complete with shaving brush and aftershave.

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The best thing about celebrity hairstyles is they change often and give us a whole other crop of celebrity hair to swoon over. The hottest men in the world have, no surprise, some of the best celeb style and the greatest hair to match. The hottest men in the world have a variety of new hairstyles they unveil to the world at movie premieres, restaurant openings, and in the general public as they peek out at us with their captivating celebrity eyes. Oh, famous boys, you can do no wrong.

These hot celebrity men have famous hair styles that vary from short crops, playful flips, and long locks to silver foxes, curly messes, and slicked down styles. These sexy celebs have no lack of imagination when it comes to their celebrity hair and they make sure we get to see plenty of it. So whether you’re a fan of Brad Pitt’s spiky cuts (or his sexy, shaggy look), George Clooney’s salt and pepper hairdo, or Ryan Gosling’s…everything, this list of hot male celebrity hairstyles has a smattering of the best hair in the world donned by Actors with great hair.

Who has the best hair in Hollywood? What male actor hairstyle is the most famous hair in the world? This list of celebrity hair (man edition) is just the tip of the hair when it comes to famous hair and the men who style it. Make sure to vote for your favorite celebrity hairstyles and, if you don’t see the man attached to your favorite hair fashion, make sure to add him to the list of hot men with famous hair.

What is it about fat guys in movies? Is it just that they’re funny looking or something? Is there a jolly kind of quality to them? Honestly I’m not 100% what the reason is, but I won’t deny the fact that an overweight character always seems to add a fun element to a film. And please cut it out with the P.C. stuff. There are fat guys in movies, period. Want me to call them “bigger?” Fine.

Whether it’s flapping their arms around in a small coat or displaying their drinking skills by downing a bottle of alcohol, the slobby, overweight character will always be a staple in movies. Here are 15 awesome fat guys in movies.

Tommy Calahan – Tommy Boy

Probably one of, if not the most classic fat guys in movie history. The Amount of amazingness that came out of Chris Farley for this movie is unlimited. I just hope this one clip does a bit of justice, even though I know it doesn’t.

The Kid – Bad Santa

You know how amazing this kid is? He doesn’t even have a name! In the IMDB profile for the movie he’s listed as “the kid.” His real name is Brett Kelly and I love when he says “It’s a wooden pickle.”

House – Police Academy Movies or The Same Guy in Wildcats

Favorite House scene? When he sits on the plane in Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach. Other than that, I just like him. In Wildcats his shining moment is blocking the kick at the end.

Bluto from Animal House

Other than Tommy Boy, Belushi’s character in this movie will also go down as one of the best in history. Shining moment is definitely downing the bottle of Jack.

Walter Sobchak in Big Lebowski

“Dude, you’re being very undude.”

Dynamo in Running Man or Grossberger in Stir Crazy

This guy is known for his voice. Personally I found his character to be simply amazing in Stir Crazy. Shining moment is when he sings the song “Birmingham Jail.” And let’s not forget his opera voice in Running Man. P.S. his real name is Erland Van Lidth.

Minnesota Fats in The Hustler

Who can ever forget this performance by Jackie Gleason? One of the all time great fat guys. Hell his name has the word fat in it.

Fat Bastard from Austin Powers Movies

I personally am not a fan of Fat Bastard but I couldn’t leave him off the list. Seriously, he’s just too disgusting to look at for me to handle.

Uncle Buck or Any John Candy Character

I prefer Uncle Buck over most of John Candy’s characters but you can pretty much pick them all. Shining moment in Uncle Buck? “Have a rat gnaw that thing off your face.”

Chunk – Goonies

Do I even need to put an explanation here?

Bob From Fight Club

Meatloaf’s breasts definitely deserved a mention here. “His name is Robert Paulson.”

Fat Boys – Disorderlies

Personally I think this is one of the most underrated comedies ever. Of course it isn’t funny but the silliness of this movie makes me laugh. It’s really the fattest fat boy but they’re all awesome. Plus the entire movie has sounds from cartoons. Great slapstick stuff.

Chubby – Teen Wolf

Why did he act so surprised when he hit a jump shot in the state finals? Dude, you’re on a team in the state finals. I would hope you know how to shoot. Same guy is Francis in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure.

Engelberg – Bad News Bears

This guy was AWESOME. “Shut the damned door!”

Billy Bob – Varsity Blues

Has anyone seen what this dude looks like now? He’s 100% thin and hasn’t appeared in a movie since well….Varsity Blues? Actually no, he was in Not Another Teen Movie, but still.

The 11 best beards in comedy

Beards have been associated with everything from Vikings to Hipsters, Politicians to Musicians, as well as Actors and Comedians. And after our recent podcast taping with David Cross for The Laugh Button (he was sporting what we’ve been calling “The Rubin”, as in Rick), we thought it would be fun to rank the best beards in comedy.

11. Sean Donnelly
First up, comedian Sean Donnelly, and he doesn’t waste anytime bringing it to your attention. On his website it’s line 2 of his bio, “Sean Donnelly grew up in NY and now lives in Brooklyn with his wife and dog Rickles. Sean has a beard and loves making people laugh.” Last year saw the release of his album Manual Labor Face. And nothing says labor like his beard. On the album he jokes, “The other day I walked into a store and saw two other fat bearded guys, and the minute I walked in they both nodded at me.”

10. Dan St. Germain
Comedian Dan St. Germain has racked up some nice credits thus far in his comedy career including appearances on Jimmy Fallon, Conan, Best Week Ever, @Midnight, We Love the 2000s, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, The Electric Company, Guy Code, The Josh Wolf Show, Video by Trial, Friends of the People, and Adam Ruins Everything just to name a few. He’s also been a guest on WTF with Marc Maron and Carolla. And one thing he always brings with him everywhere he goes is his signature beard. You can pick up his 2014 album Bad at the Good Times and speaking of the aforementioned Sean Donnally, they do a podcast together entitled My Dumb Friends where they swap stories of stupidity amongst their peers. Here’s a clip of Dan St. Germain on Conan sporting a beard that has a suit around it.

09. Wyatt Cenac
Comedian Wyatt Cenac hosts a successful stand-up showcase in Brooklyn, NY every Monday night called Night Train. The show’s success lead to an eventual deal with streaming service Seeso and will be premiering soon. You may also recognize Cenac and his beard from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart where he was a correspondent for four years. He currently has two albums available, 2011’s Comedy Person and 2014’s Brooklyn.

08. David Cross
David Cross is the reason this article even exists. When he showed up for a taping of our podcast, he was rocking quite the beard. Salt and Pepper with depth and distance. Quite the opposite look for the project he was there to support, the return of Todd Margaret on IFC. Here’s some footage of his beard in action during his Bigger and Blackerer special.

07. Reggie Watts
Reginald Lucien Frank Roger Watts, that’s his full name. A name just long enough to match the size of his beard and hair. He was a successful musician before diving into the world of comedy full time. Now he’s combined the two and made quite the career for himself. Back in 2006 he broke out by taking home the prestigious Andy Kaufman Award. In 2009 he released his EP Pot Cookies and followed it up with his first full-length Why Shit So Crazy? in 2010. His next album, A Live in Central Park, came out just two years later while signing on to Scott Aukerman’s IFC series Comedy Bang! Bang! as the band leader. This helped propel him to new heights eventually landing him a coveted spot on The Late Late Show with James Corden as the band leader, where he still resides today. One thing he has brought along with him for the entire ride has been his beard and hair, which has now become iconic.

06. Beards of Comedy
Well, we simply can’t have a “best beards” list if we don’t include the Beards of Comedy. We’ve decided to include them here as one institution. A team if you will, because, that’s what they were. The Beards of Comedy consisted of Andy Sandford, TJ Young, Dave Stone, and Joe Zimmerman. After more than four years as a touring comedy collective, they decided to call it quits, though they’ve each gone on to some individual success afterwards. Here you can see Sandford and Stone together in one of their more popular sketches.

05. Dave Attell
He’s one of the best ever to perform comedy. Period. And his beard has become part of his legendary identity. From his first appearance on television back in 1988 on VH1’s Stand-Up Spotlight to his recent appearance in Trainwreck as Amy’s homeless friend “Noam”, Dave Attell has been pushing the boundaries of comedy for almost 30 years now. Personally, I miss the hell out of Insomniac which found Attell walking the streets of America’s cities late at night, meeting the people in a haze of ecstatic inebriation. Here’s a hysterical interview he did on Conan back in 2014 where he had some fun with the crowd while discussing hot topics such as e-cigarettes and pot.

04. Brian Posehn
Coming in at number four, comedian and actor Brian Posehn. To see Posehn without his beard is to see Yeti, or Big Foot, or the Loch Ness Monster. His love of metal music runs rampant throughout his stand-up as does his love for all things nerd. He’s written for the comic series Deadpool and performed with Scott Ian of Anthrax. In comedy he’s a beast, in film he’s a “that guy”, in television he’s worked alongside some of comedy’s finest. One writing team he was a part of back in 1994 included the likes of Chris Hardwick, Doug Benson, Chris Henchy, Dave “Gruber” Allen, Steve Higgins, David Anthony Higgins and Joel Hodgson for MTV’s Trashed. He’s released 3 albums including Live In: Nerd Rage, Fart and Wiener Jokes, and The Fartist. In this stand-up clip, he’s wondering if his beard is to blame for people’s pre-conceived notions of him based on his appearance:

03. Mike Lawrence
Lawrence is both a comedian and writer who started performing at the tender age of 15 and his beard has taken on a life of its own these days. His comedy credits include John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, Conan, The Half Hour, Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, Inside Amy Schumer, and @midnight. He also released his debut album in 2013 entitled Sadamantium and released his beard most likely at birth. Jump into his world with this clip of his Conan appearance back in 2013:

02. Kyle Kinane
Kyle Kinane is the voice of Comedy Central and has released 3 albums, much to the comedy fans’ delight. Death of the Party in 2010, Whiskey Icarus in 2012, and I Liked His Old Stuff Better in 2015. If a beard suits any comic, Kinane’s the guy. From his persona to delivery, if you’d never actually seen him and only heard him, you would imagine him with a beard. You will be able to see him as a featured cast member in the upcoming truTV series Those Who Can’t and has two films in production as well. Close your eyes while you listen to this recent performance on The Tonight Show and try to image that voice coming out of a beardless face. Good Luck.

01. Zach Galifianakis
Zach Galifianakis can safely claim that he has the most identifiable beard in comedy. Since his rise to cross-over mainstream success back in 2009 with the film The Hangover, Galifianakis was showcasing his talents and made appearances in such films as Heartbreakers, Bubble Boy, Corky Romano, Out Cold, and What Happens in Vegas and TV shows such as Tru Calling, Reno 911!, Tom Goes to the Mayor, The Sarah Silverman Program. Then, starting in 2010, it became Galifianakis 24/7. He’s interviewed the President Between Two Ferns, starred in two more Hangover films, and will be the voice of The Joker in The Lego Batman Movie due out in 2017. Maybe we’ll see what the Lego version of The Joker will look like with a beard? Enjoy this clip of the man responsible for the #1 beard in comedy from his iconic performance Live at The Purple Onion.

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The most successful obese Americans include men and women who despite being overweight, have found mainstream success. These actors, actresses, musicians, politicians, pundits, and even athletes are all household names who either became famous despite being obese or packed on the pounds after they rose to fame.

If Hollywood has an obsession with being stick thin, it definitely didn’t tell some of the most well known large actors, actresses, and other personalities who have reached legendary status despite their size. Oprah Winfrey is just one of many celebrities who has battled weight in a very public forum but never let it stop her from becoming an entertainment mogul.

Who are some successful fat people? For some, being obese has caused the public to question if they were fit for their individual professions. Fans have criticized professional athletes like John Daly and Babe Ruth for their weight, despite leading other athletes at the same games. Pundits have trashed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for his weight, with some even claiming he’s too fat to hold public office.

Sadly, for a few of these favorite obese celebrities, their overindulgence contributed to their death. Though other factors were at play, the likes of John Candy, Chris Farley, and even the great Elvis Presley are just a few celebrities who enjoyed gluttony and eventually, in part, died because of it. This list of celebrity fat guys includes male and female, tall and short, young and old overweight movie stars.

But for all of the sad stories of obesity, there’s also many celebrities who have proudly overcome their weight issues. Television personalities Drew Carey and Al Roker both shed extra pounds and became inspirational tales that others can use for their own benefit.

Some stories are definitely more inspirational than others just like some of these famous obese people are more successful than others. Tell us which obese person you think is the most successful by voting for that person, re-ranking this list your way or adding someone we’ve missed below.

Top 10 Funny Fat Guys In Entertainment

There’s a long tradition of great “fat guy” comedians. In fact, often times the big men of comedy are some of the funniest and most popular comics of their time. The best skills of these comedians have varied. Whether it was stand up, sketch, or movie comedy, though, these guys have combined to make millions of fans laugh. So this brings up a great question: who are the ten greatest funny fat guys of all time?

This is a hard list to make because some were movie stars, some slap stick, some stand up comics – so a lot will depend on individual tastes, but here’s a list for ten of the funniest “big guy” comics ever. In no particular order:

10 Chris Farley

Chris Farley shot up through the world of improvisational (improv) comedy, and ended up becoming a huge star on Saturday Night Live. This was followed by a short but successful movie career before his tragic death. Farley was known for loud intense characters with a lot of physical comedy, harkening back to the old slap stick days, and his “Best of Chris Farley” SNL DVD was one of the highest selling of all the SNL DVDs.

9 Lou Costello

One of the classic big man comics, straight man Costello would always be paired with thin joking Abbott, and the pairing made comic gold. They were wildly popular, and their most famous verbal gag, “Who’s on First?” regarding a baseball team filled with an infield of oddly named players, is famous to this day and used as an example of miscommunication through fancy word play.

8 Cedric the Entertainer

Cedric the Entertainer is not only a great big man, but he’s also one of the most popular African-American comics around. Aside from an incredible stand up career that includes several major shows at the famously fickle Apollo Theatre, and several HBO specials, Cedric also has some great film roles. One of the most notable characters is the elder barber Eddie from “Barbershop.”

7 John Candy

Anyone who grew up without seeing “Uncle Buck” or “Trains, Planes, & Automobiles” is a poor deprived child who needs to make amends by renting the classic Candy movies. John Candy was a fantastic big man comic, who also had a major role in “Space Balls” and many other extremely popular movies that made him a comic legend on the big screen.

6 Ralphie May

Ralphie is the epitome of a “fat guy comic.” A great stand up comedian, at one point Ralphie weighed nearly 800 pounds. He was first runner up in the reality show “Last Comic Standing,” and also participated in “Celebrity Fit Club.” Ralphie has since had two different specials on Comedy Central and a platinum selling DVD. He’s still a big man, but continues to lose weight to try and get into shape, often joking, “Don’t applaud, I lost an entire fat man and I’m still fat as h–l!” Only in his early thirties, this is a comic who may have many good years left ahead of him.

5 John Belushi

John Belushi was an absolute star when Saturday Night Live was just beginning, and was the inspiration for later comics such as Chris Farley. His ability to play straight man or crazy slapstick made him a legendary performer, and literally a living legend among movie comics and sketch comedians alike. Famous from Saturday Night Live and a hilarious impromptu imitation of Joe Cocker (while Joe Cocker was singing live) cemented Belushi as one of the great funny men of all time. So which famous Belushi role do you prefer: “Joliet” Jake Blues of the Blues Brothers, or Bluto from “Animal House?”

4 Gabriel Iglesias

Iglesias is a young stand up comic who is wildly popular and whose specials have made him famous. He is known for having an incredible range of voice impersonations, as well as for the term “fluffy,” referring to the second highest level of being fat you can get, right before “damn!” So far Iglesias is only a stand up comedian, but his act is fantastic, and given the right situation he may have a shot at more in the future.

3 Oliver Hardy

Before Abbott & Costello, before Chris Farley & David Spade, there was the all time duo of Laurel & Hardy. The brilliant duo starred in dozens of films, the most lasting being “Babes in Toyland.” The famous catch phrase “Well, here’s another nice mess you’ve gotten me into!” comes from their acts, although the catch phrase is often misquoted.

2 Curly Howard

How can you have a top funny fat guys list without perhaps the most famous of the stooges? The Three Stooges were the epitome of slap stick comedy with three morons who could never get it right. Sadly, success destroyed Curly. He began to drink, smoke, and eat excessively, feeling that his shaven head robbed him of his sex appeal.

1 Rodney Dangerfield

It’s long past time this man gets the respect he deserves. One of the most well known stand up comedians of all time, Dangerfield also had a fairly impressive movie list. Of course above everything else, Dangerfield was known for never being able to get respect and he built an amazing career off of self deprecating humor. At the top of the list is the best fat guy comic of them all, the very respected Rodney Dangerfield.

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Thanks to warped beauty standards, female body hair often comes attached to a stigma. More than 99 percent of American women reportedly remove their body hair, spending tens of thousands of dollars over the course of their lifetimes to wax, pluck, shave, epilate, thread, or laser unwanted fuzz off their bodies. Below, 25 women — from Victoria’s Secret models to body-hair activists — get real about their own body hair (from eyebrows to pubes to leg hair), whether they choose to laser everything off, or let it grow out as nature intended.

Kim Kardashian

“I have the hairiest forehead you could ever imagine, and I would always break out and get all cracky on my forehead just from all the hair that I had. So in high school, I would wax it off because there was just so much hair, and then I would laser it off a little bit. If you Google 2008 or 2007, I had the craziest, hairiest hairline, so I did laser it. Everyone would just Photoshop it every time I did a photo shoot . I didn’t really change the shape, I just got rid of all the baby hairs.” – People, March 2015


“Well, I went to this wax salon, and she recognized me before I took my clothes off … And then, you know, obviously, I’m laying there in pain, and she just decides to bust out — and you know what, every time I get a wax, I always specify that the lady is old and speaks Russian or no English — and she was 25-year-old American. And she was basically like, ‘I know who you are. You’re Rihanna, aren’t you?’ I was just like … awkward. It was really awkward. It was probably one of the most awkward moments of my entire life. I just got up and I just got out of there.” – The Graham Norton Show, November 2010


On whether her husband minds her unshaven legs: “He has no choice. I’ll have no man telling me to shave my fuckin’ legs. Shave yours.” – Vanity Fair, October 2016

Leandra Medine

“My relationship with shaving and waxing is very strange. The reason I don’t do anything to my arms is because I really don’t mind the hair on them. Sometimes my husband asks me to shave it or to wax it and that really bothers me. I’m not asking him to, like, wax his balls. So why should he tell me what to wax or what to shave? Right? … Still, I think that my problem with bikini waxing in particular is that I am uncomfortable with having hair there, and I’m uncomfortable about being uncomfortable. I almost want to remove my hair to take back being a woman, and have that be my feminist statement … I don’t mind how looks, though, so I’m not changing it. However, I do laser my mustache.” – Man Repeller, July 2015

Carrie Brownstein

“I will say, as a woman, when you put a mustache on, you find out a lot of things about yourself … There’s just a certain swagger. Now I know why men, you know, grow out the facial hair. Like there is just a certain level of confidence but also just a certain level of sleaziness.” – Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, March 2012

Priyanka Chopra

“Brows need to be on point, and I prefer threading to waxing. Because your skin is so sensitive around your eye, waxing can create wrinkles. It’s also really important for your eyebrows to be extremely well filled-in. If you have great eyebrows and a good lip, then you don’t need anything else on your face. My mom used to do her own eyebrows when she was in school, so I’ve known how to do for years. If you have sensitive skin then it is kind of tricky — you have to find the right technician to do it. And when you find her, keep her! My hairstylist does it for me. Her name is Priyanka, actually — same as mine.” – Into the Gloss, May 2015

Harnaam Kaur

“I was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries from a really young age, around the time I hit puberty. PCOS is a condition in which there is an imbalance in hormones within the female body, this has led me to have more male hormones than female ones, and it is also the reason to why I have a beard. I used to have my face waxed two to three times a week, and on the days I couldn’t bear the pain I would simply shave … I decided to keep my beard and step forward against society’s expectations of what a woman should look like … Today I am happy living as a young, beautiful, bearded woman. I have realized that this body is mine, I own it, I do not have any other body to live in, so I may as well love it unconditionally.” – Rock N Roll Bride, June 2015

Petra Collins

On shaving her pubic area: “I never really did. I guess I would like trim. And it was always something that I’d be like, I’m going to the beach, I’m so embarrassed. Like, because I never really liked to shave. So I just didn’t know what to wear because it was embarrassing … Now, I just don’t care … ’s just something that is so not talked about that it’s insane. Like, all shaving ads would not — there’s no hair in the ads. It doesn’t even start with hair. They’re shaving nothing. And I guess it’s kind of the same thing with like menstrual blood … I was finally like, wait, why do I do this every day and why do I buy things every day to get rid of something that my body’s just trying to grow?” – StyleLikeU, June 2015

Gaby Hoffmann

“When people want me to talk about whether I think the bush is back, and if that’s great for feminism, I’m like, ‘You know what’s great for feminism? Respecting everybody’s own choice.’ … I don’t give a shit if people want to wax everything off. If it makes you feel comfortable, by all means, do that. This is how I feel comfortable.” – The Telegraph, May 2016

Eva Longoria

“Get a Brazilian wax. It makes sex better, orgasm-wise. It’s like the difference between this and this … Believe me, the first time I did it, the technician did half, and I was like ‘Stop!’ She said, ‘Sit down, I have to finish.’ But then it gets easier. The more you do it, the less hair grows back. But yeah, I love it. I swear by it. Every woman should try a Brazilian wax once. And then the sex they have afterward will make them keep coming back!” – Cosmopolitan, October 2005

Tina Fey

“Remove your body hair only when necessary. Body hair is a constant annoyance. Mostly I just let it be. Until I have to go into a professional situation, and then I have to shave from head to toe.” – The Edit, December 2015

Kate Winslet

On her role in The Reader: “I had to grow the hair down there. But because of years of waxing, as all of us girls know, it doesn’t come back quite the way it used to. They even made me a merkin — a wig — because they were so concerned that I might not be able to grow enough.” – Allure, June 2009

Chrissy Teigen

“Waxing for a shoot? Are you kidding? I shave my whole body every day. It’s exhausting. Trust me. It’s gotten to the point where it takes up more of my life than anything else.” – Allure, April 2015

Cameron Diaz

“I figure there’s a purpose for that hair. No matter how you enjoy grooming it throughout your life, whether it’s like shave it all off, wax it all off, put a bull’s-eye, birthday cake, I don’t care. Just girls, think about not taking it all off forever. Permanency forever, ever, means forever. It doesn’t come back.” – Chelsea Lately, March 2014

Jennifer Lopez

“I don’t love waxing. I just don’t like everybody … up in the business, you know what I mean? I shave everywhere; the only thing I wax is my eyebrows. It’s torture plucking the hairs out one by one … I’m not really a hairy person. I shave every few days; once the stubble comes in, I take it off right away. Today I’ve changed my outfit six times for shoots, and there’s a lot of going from pants to a short skirt, so I keep a razor in my travel kit. In a pinch, I’ve grabbed a water spray bottle from the hairdresser, mixed it with some lotion, and shaved my legs in under a minute.” – Allure, February 2011

Kate Somerville

“I hate to say this, but personally I get hairs above my upper lip, and have forever. Initially I it because of the hair, but then I noticed that it was a great exfoliant and that my makeup went on a lot better.” – The New York Times, June 2015

Emma Watson

“It’s funny — I was just talking to my friend before this about how in the Instagram era it’s so easy to edit your life so that it looks perfect. But I bleach my top lip and tweeze my eyebrows and you’d never get to see that, even though it’s a part of my routine. There’s still so much shame around the things you do to get ready while you’ve got a towel wrapped around your head. It’s important to me not to edit that out. I’ve been bleaching my top lip since I was nine. I don’t do it very often, but I do it! There’s that, and I use Fur Oil. I’ll use that anywhere from the ends of my hair to my eyebrows to my pubic hair. It’s an amazing all-purpose product.” – Into The Gloss, March 2017

Rita Ora

“If I’m not working and getting my makeup done, that’s my chance to do a hair mask and a face mask and my plucking and waxing and all of that …Eyebrows are really important because they structure the face. In school it was funny because I was always the one walking around with tweezers plucking my girlfriends’ eyebrows. I was really good; eyebrow tweezing runs in my family — my mother used to do mine, and I picked it up. Then I started plucking my friends’ brows when I would see them at school. Suddenly there ended up being a line at lunchtime of people who wanted to get their eyebrows tweezed.” – Into The Gloss, August 2014


“oing to high school, I saw how popular girls had to behave to get the boys. I knew I couldn’t fit into that. So I decided to do the opposite. I refused to wear makeup, to have a hairstyle. I refused to shave. I had hairy armpits … The boys in my school would make fun of me. ‘Hairy monster.’ You know, things like that.” – Harper’s Bazaar, November 2011


On her shaven legs: “Okay, let me tell you something … I didn’t . And I still don’t. But what happened was, as I got older, the hair began to fall out in different places. So one night, Sid and I were in the closet, and he said ‘Mama, you’re starting to have spots on your legs. It look like you got the mangy. So you got to do something about that.’ So I shaved them that night and I’ve been shaving them ever since … If I still had it I would still wear it well.” – The Wendy Williams Show, April 2015

Busy Philipps

On whether she waxes or shaves: “Oh! I love this question. Actually, I wanted to talk to you about this, it’s so weird. So I do get waxed, but after I had my daughter I had this real epiphany. I felt like it would be really fucking weird if I had no hair on my vagina, because I have a little girl and I want her to look at me and think that grown women have hair on their vaginas!” – The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet, May 2013


“I just started shaving for the first time this year. I am rebelling against my previous body hair, because now people get mad when I shave my legs. So I’m like, ‘I have the right to shave my legs.’ I think people policing my body either way is bizarre … There is still an intense vibe in society about body hair. No one I’ve ever dated has mentioned it. I didn’t even think it was weird until I started doing fashion and people would be putting concealer over my legs.” – Teen Vogue, April 2016

Charlotte Free

On her unshaven armpits: “It’s an equal-rights thing. It’s ridiculous that women have to shave their armpits and legs every day. I don’t have time. I think it’s asinine that men have this standard that women should be perfectly shaven … I only shave them once in a blue moon for a really big job. I like to keep my body hair. It’s a symbol of how I’m not going to conform to something that’s so ridiculous.” – The Guardian, March 2012

Mayim Bialik

“I wonder if I had a girl if she would find me odd and embarrassing, or if whatever we present to our children about us, whether they be girls or boys, is simply what we teach them we are. Meaning, if we never told girls to shave, would they? If we modeled a cultural acceptance of our body hair, would they spontaneously feel the need to remove it weekly, monthly, or daily? If we all wore bathing suits that covered our natural forms instead of the form that only hairless young girls who have not birthed babies can wear, would our girls and boys have a more or less realistic notion of what the human body ‘should’ look like?” – Kveller, July 2012

Molly Soda

“Choosing to shave doesn’t mean that you’re insecure. The strongest statement you can make is to take control of your body and present yourself in whatever way that makes you feel comfortable. Shave one leg and don’t shave the other, shave sometimes, never shave … it doesn’t matter. All that matters is that you feel good about you. That’s the boldest and bravest thing you can do.” – Nylon, April 2016

7 Women Who Are Embracing Their Facial Hair to Prove a Point About Beauty Standards

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Female beauty standards have evolved a lot recently. But one stigma continues to endure: facial hair. While it’s totally normal to have a little or even a lot of fuzz on your chin, upper lip, or between your brows, most women still opt to hide or get rid of it by shaving, waxing, plucking, or bleaching. Yet increasing numbers of women are rebelling against the hair removal norm and instead are proudly letting it grow out naturally.

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The ladies behind this female facial hair movement are tired of all the time spent on maintenance, and they hope to spread a message about acceptance and self-love. Here’s what they say about their “excess” facial hair and why they’ve put down their razors once and for all.

Sophia Hadjipanteli

“When you live in a world where the next best thing is just a scroll away, it can be really intimidating for people who have not entirely developed their self-confidence yet,” the model told Health. “We end up hiding things online and only show what we think will have the best response. This is definitely a cycle I fell victim to until I started the #UnibrowMovement.”

Nova Galaxia

“Women shouldn’t have to shave if they choose not to, but what about those of us who have way more hair than what is considered socially acceptable?” she wrote in a blog post for Graceless. “What about us women with dark, thick tummy and chest hair? What about us women who are fully capable of growing a big, bushy beard?”

Scarlett Costello

“Preferred eyebrow half,” she captioned this fierce and proud image of her unibrow.

Shelly Riner

“I’ve always had a lot of dark, coarse hair all over my body: on my arms, my legs, my armpits, you name it,” she told Health. “I’m the type of person who generally doesn’t care what others think of me, so making the choice to let my hair grow wasn’t earth-shattering.”

Little Bear Schwarz

“Yes, I have a beard due to my polycystic syndrome,” she told Health. “But it’s not in and of itself deleterious to my health, nor is it a ‘mistake,’ a ‘joke,’ a ‘tragedy’ or a subversion TO or a detraction FROM my womanhood. On the contrary it is beautiful, natural, and the crowning glory OF my womanhood.”

J.D. Samson

“Before I was proud of my facial hair, I tried to mask it as much as possible,” Samson told Marie Claire last November. “I definitely took the advice of my mother and sister about when I was supposed to bleach it.”

Femina Flower

“Can i call myself super human if i have quite the cutest little nose hairs, a baby mustache surrounded by rather shaping facial hair (i swear its coming in nice), hella blemishes, and unplucked eyebrows that resemble those furry caterpillars we’ve always been afraid of having on our faces?” she captioned this Instagram photo.

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