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Glasses and Staches’

Glasses and Staches’

It’s November, and men everywhere are growing their absolute best mustache to raise money and awareness for men’s health issues via a movement dubbed Movember.

Movember is an annual charity event aimed at highlighting health issues in men such as cancer and suicide. As a fun way to shed light on not-so-light issues, the Movember foundation encourages those who wouldn’t normally sport facial hair to let it grow all November long.

Since Movember was founded in 2003, they’ve raised over $830 million in 20+ countries. From average joes to Hollywood celebrities, millions of men (and women) join forces each year to support the cause.

If you too are planning on joining the Movember movement this year, you’ll want to make sure you pair your stache with the perfect pair of glasses. In honor of Movember and to help you pick a great pair of glasses for your November stache’, we’ve put together a list of iconic men with mustaches who also just happen to sport a snazzy pair of specs.

12 Famous Men with Mustaches + Glasses

  1. Johnny Depp
  2. Jeremy Piven
  3. Jason Momoa
  4. Eric Church
  5. Steve Carell
  6. Kid Rock
  7. David Letterman
  8. Eddie Murphy
  9. Kevin Bacon
  10. Hugh Jackman
  11. John Goodman
  12. Sam Elliot

1 | Johnny Depp

THE MAN: Born in Owensboro, Kentucky, Johnny Depp is easily one of the most well-known stars in modern-day film. His roster of movies includes A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993), Edward Sissorhands (1990), Sleepy Hollow (1999), and of course, the Pirates of the Caribbean film series.


THE GLASSES: Shuron Freeway 52

2 | Jeremy Piven

THE MAN: Born in New York City, Jeremy Piven is an actor and comedian known chiefly for his role in the series Entourage. Piven has won several awards for his acting and has been nominated for dozens more. While he’s not busy furthering his career, he enjoys spending time with his French Bulldog named Stella.

THE MUSTACHE: Long Stubble

THE GLASSES: John Varvatos 363 frames

3 | Jason Momoa

THE MAN: Born in Hawaii, Jason Momoa is a Hollywood giant. You’ve seen him in many films and TV series such as Baywatch, Game of Thrones, North Shore, Stargate: Atlantis, and Aquaman. In 2011, Momoa won the CinemaCon Male Rising Star award for his role in Conan the Barbarian and Game of Thrones. In his spare time, he enjoys letting his hair down to metal music and spending quality time with his family.


THE GLASSES: John Varvatos 205 reading glasses

4 | Eric Church

THE MAN: Eric Church is a famous country artist out of Nashville, TN. Since 2005, he has released nine albums through Capitol Nashville, with three singles appearing on the Billboard country charts. Not only is Church a fantastic singer-songwriter, but he is also a great person. In 2013, he founded the Chief Cares Fund to help underprivileged families in Tennessee and North Carolina.

THE MUSTACHE: Long Stubble

THE GLASSES: Ray-Ban 3025L

5 | Steve Carell

THE MAN: Steve Carell is most famous for his role in NBC’s The Office; however, he has appeared in many other television shows and films such as Anchorman, Evan Almighty, and Bruce Almighty. In addition to his acting career, Carell owns a general store in Marshfield, MA, and helps support the Minnesota Freedom Fund, which helps pay bail for those who cannot afford it.

THE MUSTACHE: Long stubble

THE GLASSES: Persol 3143VL

6 | Kid Rock

THE MAN: From country and rock to hip hop and nu-metal, Kid Rock has worn many hats throughout his musical career. He grew up on his parent’s apple farm, where he helped care for their horses. Kid Rock has won many awards for his music, in addition to being nominated for dozens more.

THE MUSTACHE: Circle Beard

THE GLASSES: Aviator White Gold Reading Sunglasses by Randolph

7 | David Letterman

THE MAN: Arguably one of the most iconic late night television hosts, David Letterman hosted 6,080 episodes during his career, making him the longest-serving late night talk show host in American television history. He was ranked 45th on TV Guide’s 50 greatest TV Stars of all time in 1996 and number seven in 2002. Letterman has donated millions of dollars to charities and other nonprofit organizations in Indiana and Montana.


THE GLASSES: Oscar reading glasses by Circa Spectacles

8 | Eddie Murphy

THE MAN: As a previous member of Saturday Night Live, Eddie Murphy needs no introduction. He’s most famous for his roles in 48 Hrs, Beverly Hills Cops, The Nutty Professor, and Dr. Dolittle. When it comes to philanthropy, Murphy has donated to various charities supporting cancer research, education, creative arts, health, and homelessness.


THE GLASSES: Oakley OX8140 Lightbeam

9 | Kevin Bacon

THE MAN: Kevin Bacon is most famous for his role in the musical drama Footloose, A Few Good Men, Apollo 13, and many others. He has won over nine awards and been nominated for over 15 more. In 1995, he formed a band with his brother called The Bacon Brothers who still play and occasionally tour the United States.

THE MUSTACHE: Short Boxed Beard

THE GLASSES: Tod’s 5196 reading glasses

10 | Hugh Jackman

THE MAN: Born in Australia, Hugh Jackman appeared as Wolverine in the X-Men film series. The series spanned 17 years, which led to Jackman earning the Guinness World Record for “longest career as a live-action Marvel superhero.” As a philanthropist, Hugh is a proponent of Microcredit, Operation of Hope, and Charity: onesWater. Additionally, he is a global warming activist and an ambassador for World Vision.

THE MUSTACHE: Short Boxed Beard

THE GLASSES: Tod’s 5181>

11 | John Goodman

THE MAN: Born in Affton, Missouri, John Goodman is an actor who is most famous for his role in the ABC television series Roseanne. Goodman is heavily involved in philanthropy; he has worked with many organizations and has appeared in commercials supporting various causes.

THE MUSTACHE: Short Boxed Beard


12 | Sam Elliot

THE MAN: When Sam Elliott passes, his mustache will probably end up in a museum. It’s that epic. If you’re not familiar with Sam, you should be. He has been nominated for many awards and is the face of modern western flicks. His most famous roles were in The Way West, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Tombstone, 1883, Hero, and dozens more.


THE GLASSES: Morrison Reading Glasses by Circa Spectacles


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*The glasses recommended in this blog are similar frames to the one’s pictured but not the exact pair.

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