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Facial hair may be all the rage these days, but some men still struggle to grow it, sport it, or love it! Take a leaf out of these actors' books guys, and grow that 'tache for Movember!
The usually clean-shaven Daniel Day Lewis grew a moustache to portray the terrifying Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting in Martin Scorsese's 'Gangs Of New York'. Picture: Facebook
Brad Pitt sported quite the handlebar moustache as Lt Aldo Rainer in Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglorious Basterds'.
Actor Sean Connery sported a tash in 'The Untouchables'. Picture: PA
Actor Errol Flynn may be one of the most famous actors to make a moustache sexy on screen.
Will Ferrell grew quite the moustache to play Ron Burgundy in comedy 'Anchorman'. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images for MTV)
Charlie Chaplin's moustache is as famous as the actor who sported it. It was in fact Chaplin's signature facial feature.
Tom Selleck probably had one of the most famous moustaches on the small screen. The American actor played Thomas Sullivan Magnum in the hugely popular TV series 'Magnum P.I.'. His 'tache also made an appearance in 'Friends'.
George Clooney opted for a short but thick tache in 'The Monuments Men'. PIC: PA Pic Select
We still can't get used to Clive Owen and the moustache he grew for the film 'The Knick'.
Antonio Banderas grew a moustache to play iconic painter Salvador Dali in 'Dali'. The Spanish actor liked it so much he even kept the facial hair for a while.
John Travolta had quite the handlebar moustache in 'The Taking Of Pelham 123'.
Jude Law too had to live with facial hair for a while to portray Watson in Guy Ritchie's 'Sherlock Holmes'.
We love Matt Damon, but we were glad to see him get rid of the moustache he had to sport in 'The Informant'.
Ralph Fiennes happily grew a moustache for Wes Anderson's 'Grand Hotel Budapest' and it really suited him.
Colin Farrell is not shy of growing facial hair for a film role, as 'Miami Vice' proves.
David Suchet's moustache was an integral part to his role in 'Poirot'.