The Greatest Moments Of The American Mustache
It's Kept Us Laughing
5 of 10
Early Hollywood comedy may never have been the same without Groucho Marx (left) and his distinctive mustache – originally created from greasepaint, he grew one out naturally when he hosted "You Bet Your Life." Similarly, John Waters – and his pencil-thin mustache – has created cult comedies since the early ‘70s. And from 2005 to 2009, Jason Lee (not pictured) wore a ‘stache while playing reformed ne’er-do-well Earl Hickey on "My Name Is Earl."