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PHOTOS: Celebrity Mustaches

PHOTOS: Celebrity Mustaches

STELLAR 'STACHE: Nick Offerman, the actor who portrays Ron Swanson on TV's "Parks and Recreation," sports a killer mustache as part of his character. Photo: Associated Press

It’s November – the month when beards grow long and those who are usually clean-shaven sport mustaches in support and awareness of men’s cancers. These celebrity ‘staches provide some legendary Movember inspiration.


Lionel Richie
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Burt Reynolds
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Charlie Chaplin
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Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson
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Tom Sellick
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Eddie Murphy
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Clark Gable
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Frank Zappa
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Robert Goulet
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Alex Tribeck
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Carl Weathers
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Sean Connery
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Wilford Brimley
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Freddie Mercury
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Sacha Baron Cohen aka Borat
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Albert Einstein
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President Teddy Roosevelt
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Kenny Rogers
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Wyatt Earp
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Hulk Hogan
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Will Ferrell aka Ron Burgandy
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