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Heroes and characters with a beard: a complete list

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I immediately remembered the Black Sea, but for some reason it was not on the scoreboard. And here are the answers to the question about who is the most famous fairy-tale character with a beard, the respondents suggested.

At the very top on the scoreboard you can see Karabas Barabasthat will give everything 40 points.

The second place on the game board went to Santa Claus, and for such an answer will be charged 80 points.

On the third line is the old man Hottabych, and this answer will help to earn 120 points.

Then comes another fairy-tale hero - Blue Beard, which can bring players to the piggy bank 160 points.

This gloomy character follows gnome, and this answer will get 200 points.

Well, the last answer on the sixth line, able to bring 240 pointsturned out to be Barmaley.

World famous beard characters

A clear demonstration of how world famous Hollywood bearded men look in cartoons and fairy tales explains the fact that male facial hair has remained in trend for several years. And no matter how fashion trends change, men still come to the conclusion that a beard is a great opportunity to give their appearance heroism, strength, self-confidence and masculinity.

Santa Claus

In this case, the fairy-tale character, which all the children on the planet are waiting for on New Year's Eve, demonstrates how gray and long beard makes Grandfather Frost good-natured, positive and memorable. It is difficult to imagine a New Year's children's morning party, on which Santa Claus would have declared himself clean-shaven. No one would recognize in him that magical and generous grandfather.

Santa Claus

A complete analogy to the Western prototype of Santa, the domestic Santa Claus never in my life anywhere flickered without a beard. Psychologists draw precisely with a beard the grandfather of the favorite of all children, believing that without a beard the image would be incomplete and somehow even dry. And the children are happy to note how grandfather Frost has a beautiful white beard that adds to the image of magic.

Carabas Barabas

The exact opposite of Santa Claus is the cartoon fairy-tale character Karabas Barabas. A beard, mustache, thick, heavy eyebrows made this character an evil and scary person, despite the fact that in the cartoon he played the role of the owner of a puppet theater. The beard for such a cartoon character was not so much a decoration as a tool for intimidating the audience.

Hottabych

In the case of Hottabych, his long thin beard on his face was an identification of magic and sorcery. If you recall the plot of the tale, the wizard used beard hairs to fulfill the wishes of his friend. Therefore, his beard was considered the most valuable contribution to the image.

Blue Beard

If you make a top rating of the most memorable cartoon bearded men, after Hottabych, the hero of Bluebeard should take pride of place. The ambiguous tale of the French writer, in which the hero of the bearded man was a murderer. And in this case, the beard was an integral part of the terrifying factor in creating the image.

Barmaley

Another negative character of a children's domestic fairy tale, which was remembered by all children, without exception, by its long and very voluminous beard. Today, his name has become a household name, and men with untidy densely overgrown facial hair are popularly called Barmalei. Most of the top ratings of bearded characters are headed by him, the cannibal and the pirate Barmaley.

It doesn’t matter what children's work will be considered if there are gnomes in it, they must be small in stature with a long gray beard. Mythology assures that the respect of the gnome lies in its beard, and no one could touch it. In fairy tales for children, gnomes play positive roles, and the combination of small stature and long beard gives them comic.


Conclusion

Fairy-tale characters with a beard that are so different in prototype and character are similar in only one way - it is the beard on the face that gives them character and affects the mood and sensitivity of the audience. And if a beard gives comic characters, good nature and friendliness to some cartoon characters, then for others, a beard is a tool for creating an evil and even scary image. The most beloved bearded man of children in the post-Soviet space is, of course, Santa Claus.

An entertaining article with 12 examples of outstanding vegetation on the faces of movie heroes is the most extravagant male mustache, beards and whiskers:

1.Fu Manchu (Christopher Lee) A series of films about Fu Manchu
A criminal genius whose name has become a household name for these thin mustaches, dropping below the chin. Mustache that forever changed the idea of ​​the eastern villains in Hollywood. And the most ominous they look at Christopher Lee, reincarnated in Fu Manchu in five films. 2. Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) Serpico, 1973
In the crime scene of Sidney Lumet, we observe not only the twelve-year evolution of the hero Al Pacino, but also how his beard has been growing for these 12 years. To show this, some segments of the film had to be shot in the reverse order, shortening the beard of the actor in front of each new scene. Handsome Al Pacino! 3. Daniel Drevot (Sean Connery) The Man Who Wanted to Be a King, 1975
Perhaps the main bearded man of all time. In order to list all the examples of outstanding vegetation on the face of Sean Connery, two fingers are not enough, but our favorite is the gray whiskers and the thick black mustache of the adventurer Daniel Drevot.

4. Ming the Merciless (Max von Syudov) Flash Gordon, 1980
The alien usurper who decided to destroy the Earth is perhaps the most powerful beard in our collection. Director Mike Hodgis seems to have a special love for beards. For example, Flash Gordon himself is the only smoothly shaven key character in the film. In the same film, young Timothy Dalton and 25-year-old Ornella Muti, this was her Hollywood debut. 5. Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson) “Jackie Brown”, 1997
Many undeservedly walk past Quentin Tarantino’s third full-length movie, but by past the pigtails with a ring on the arms dealer’s chin Ordella Robbie impossible to get through. A peculiar tribute to Jackson and Tarantino to the Hong Kong fighters. 6. Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) Harry Potter Series
The case when size matters. There is a legend that during the filming of one of the scenes, the beard of Hagrid really liked the small bat, which flew up and became entangled in it. The beard then had to be cut off urgently. 7. Gandalf (Ian McKellen) The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit Series
This is exactly what a wizard's real beard should look like - a statement that hardly anyone dares to argue with. 8. Pay mei (Ja Hui Lew) Kill Bill 2, 2004
A powerful kung fu master who can break the opponent’s heart with five finger touches. He is able to cause goosebumps in the audience not only with his eyebrows, but also with a characteristic stroking of the beard. 9. Joaquin Phoenix (as himself) “I'm still here,” 2010
Being at the peak of his career, the actor suddenly decides to tie up with a movie, grows an untidy beard and becomes like the hero of Tom Hanks in the movie Outcast. As it turns out later, Phoenix did all this with himself for filming in Casey Affleck's pseudo-documentary film. 10. Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) Game of Thrones 2011
The fearless leader of the Dothraki, with an outstanding braid on his beard and an even more outstanding braid on his hair, is proof that Drogo has not lost a single fight in his life. 11. Seneca Crane (Wes Bentley) The Hunger Games 2012
The Hunger Games stylists managed to create many outstanding costumes and hairstyles, but most of all the audience loved the stylish beard of Seneca Crane. So much so that she had her own Facebook page, the number of subscribers of which almost reaches 30 thousand. 12.Gnomes from The Hobbit The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, 2012
Not including almost any of the 13 brave gnomes on this list would be a real crime. The extravagant facial hair is not endowed only with young Keely.
These are my favorites! Make-up artists and hairdressers did their best!

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We already wrote that beard fashion has swept the world. Famous actors and just celebrities underwent fashion. Let's see which of the famous personalities has embraced beard fashion.

13 PHOTOS

Today, bearded people are becoming more and more, both among celebrities and among us. True beard care should be appropriate. Now various barbershops have even appeared, where you will be professionally made a haircut beard and mustache. But back to our celebrities.

1. The hero of the saga "Twilight" Robert Pattinson could not resist and grew a beard. Did he lose popularity with girls after that? Or not? 2. Leonardo DiCaprio has grown a beard supposedly for the movie "Survivor." At the Oscars, the actor wore a neat beard. 3. David Beckham has always experimented with looks. Many people remember him with a short haircut, long and not only. We even remember him blond. And now with a beard. 4. His royal beardedness is Prince Harry. Well, what a monarch without a beard? 5. Not wanting to lag behind his younger brother Harry, Prince William also decided to grow a beard. 6. Bearded Harry Potter. That is Daniel Radcliffe. It’s not easy to see this after the first Harry Potter films, where he was just a boy. 7 Pierce Brosnan with a beard like a musketeer or like a cowboy in the Wild West. 8. Hugh Jackman already wore whiskers in the movie X-Men. How about Hugh Jackman, bald and with a beard? The actor did this for his role in the movie Les Miserables. It is for this role that the actor also lost weight. In fact, many actors do metamorphoses with their bodies to ideally enter the image of the hero they play. 9. Ryan Reynolds with and without a beard. 10. Andrew Garfield who played the new spider-man. Like two different people in a photograph. 11. Almost everyone saw George Clooney with a beard, but he also falls into our selection of famous bearded men. I must say that the actor is such a beard. 12. The thick beard of the actor Shia Labaff. 13. Mel Gibson finishes the selection with his musketeer beard and mustache.

We already wrote that beard fashion has swept the world. Famous actors and just celebrities underwent fashion. Let's see which of the famous personalities has embraced beard fashion.

13 PHOTOS

Today, bearded people are becoming more and more, both among celebrities and among us. True beard care should be appropriate. Now various barbershops have even appeared, where you will be professionally made a haircut beard and mustache. But back to our celebrities.

1. The hero of the saga "Twilight" Robert Pattinson could not resist and grew a beard. Did he lose popularity with girls after that? Or not? 2. Leonardo DiCaprio has grown a beard supposedly for the movie "Survivor." At the Oscars, the actor wore a neat beard. 3. David Beckham has always experimented with looks. Many people remember him with a short haircut, long and not only. We even remember him blond. And now with a beard. 4. His royal beardedness is Prince Harry. Well, what a monarch without a beard? 5. Not wanting to lag behind his younger brother Harry, Prince William also decided to grow a beard. 6. Bearded Harry Potter. That is Daniel Radcliffe. It’s not easy to see this after the first Harry Potter films, where he was just a boy. 7 Pierce Brosnan with a beard like a musketeer or like a cowboy in the Wild West. 8. Hugh Jackman already wore whiskers in the movie X-Men. How about Hugh Jackman, bald and with a beard? The actor did this for his role in the movie Les Miserables. It is for this role that the actor also lost weight. In fact, many actors do metamorphoses with their bodies to ideally enter the image of the hero they play. 9. Ryan Reynolds with and without a beard. 10. Andrew Garfield who played the new spider-man. Like two different people in a photograph. 11. Almost everyone saw George Clooney with a beard, but he also falls into our selection of famous bearded men. I must say that the actor is such a beard. 12. The thick beard of the actor Shia Labaff. 13. Mel Gibson finishes the selection with his musketeer beard and mustache.

Folklore

  • Some ancient Greek gods and heroes were portrayed as bearded.
  • Blue Beard! No special abilities, but it looks very menacing.
    • Although in fact "blue beard" means "shaved to the blue." This is the author of the tale misunderstood about the blue beard.
      • Well, actually, in the original legend, everything was said quite specifically: the unusual color of the beard was caused by the touch of the devil who marked the character.
  • In Arabian tales, too, all men wear beards.

Literature

  • A. S. Pushkin, “Ruslan and Lyudmila”: Chernomor had all the coolness in the literal sense contained in a beard.
  • “Old Man Hottabych” by Lazar Lagin - similarly.
  • Adventure: Captain Nemo (“Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” by J. Verne) and Trapper Zeb Stump (“The Headless Horseman” by T. Main Reed).
  • A. Volkov, “The Wizard of the Emerald City” - Long Bearded Soldier Dean Gyor. Everyone knows that it’s almost impossible to shout to him while he combes his famous long beard.
  • The Lord of the Rings: Gandalf and all the Dwarves. And Saruman.
  • Harry Potter! Yes, at the time of Dumbledore’s death, he’s about 112 years old, his hair completely white and his beard right up to his waist - but who would say that he’s not cool ?!
  • "Wolfhound": all the cool men, except Vinitar - he has one mustache.
  • “Brothers”: Wind, Mentor of the Secret Warriors of Mother Moran. Matured Squara (already under the name Raven) also grows a beard. And the governor Yalmak boasts a magnificent beard.
  • “Song of Ice and Fire” is also often found.
  • Judge Di Renjie from the books of Robert van Gulik. The judge’s long well-groomed black beard does not at all preclude the fact that he is able to defeat melee strongman Ma Rong or the experienced fencer Chao Tai. Although he has to tie a beard around his neck for a duel, so as not to interfere.
  • Prince of Nothing - Cool beards in numbers. Anasurimbor Kellhus, equally cool as an intellectual, magician and warrior, Druz Achamian, who managed to stop an entire army alone, Shraya Thousands of Maytanet Temples, as well as countless tuner barbarians who weave chopped off shranka heads into their beards. And in general only Nansurians shave here.
  • Michael Moorcock, “The Chronicles of Corum” is the Earl of Glandit-a-Krae, the head of the first trilogy and concurrently the killer of the protagonist’s family, who crippled him.
  • Terry Goodkind, “Sword of Truth” - played in a zigzag pattern. Just smoothly shaved Great Wizard had to prove his toughness. For according to the stereotype, the wizard must be with a beard. He did not get confused and quickly grew a beard with the help of magic.
    • And in the next part, Richard already proves his incredible steepness by the fact that he ... gets rid of his beard. With the help of magic. What no wizard in the whole world is capable of.
  • Rudazov’s metaverse - Creol, of course - this was customary in Sumer. However, when he woke up, he didn’t grow it again - “curled beard spongs have long gone out of fashion, and the magician did not like other styles”.
    • Sebastius Transmutator is the only bearded man among the grays whose face is generally poorly overgrown, as well as a cool, albeit half-witted, innovative alchemist.
    • Judah the sorcerer, copyrunker of Chernomor, and Sam-s-Nail, the elder of the Ural gnomes. And on the other side of the barricade - of course, Ilya Muromets.

Movie

  • "Pirates of the Caribbean" - yes, almost all the coolest males! Captain Jack Sparrow, Barbossa, Blackbeard, Davy Jones with a tentacle beard ... Even Will Turner flaunts a kind of beard.
  • Star Wars: Qui-Gon Djinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Count Dooku, aged Luke Skywalker.
  • Leon is the title character.
  • Avengers and other films of this franchise: Tony Stark and Thor.
    • And Nick Fury, too. Does anyone doubt that he is cool?
    • Now, Captain America.
    • And Stephen Strange! But we love this trail.
  • "The Hobbit": also Gandalf and all the gnomes led by Thorin.
  • Almost all the characters of the Italian actor Bud Spencer (born 1929), whose real name is Carlo Pedersoli.
  • A series of Hungarian films about Inspector Tibor Atvas nicknamed Kapelka: the main character played by Istvan Buitor (frank imitation of Bad Spencer).
  • Typical majestic gray-haired Old Masters from the eastern "kungfu films" of the 1960s and 80s.
    • Mocked from these masters, Pai-Mei from the second series, "Kill Bill."
  • Ignatius "The Hammer" Krivenko from the movie "The Nightingale the Robber", as well as any other character played by Sergei Badyuk.
  • "Django Unchained" - Dr. Schulz.
  • 300 - Leonid wears a beard. Interestingly, in the 1962 film, the Spartans were shaved, but the Persians were bearded.
  • "Class of 1984" - the protagonist involuntarily fell into the trope, although, God sees, he did not want this at all, all he wanted was to live quietly with his wife and teach children music.

TV serials

  • "Bomb": the main character Artyom Gorokhov, the king of the trail "Simple cool mortal."
  • “Game of Thrones”: Grigor “Mountain” Kligan. Yes, he is a villain. Yes, he is a sadist. Yes, he’s a maniac, rapist and drug addict. But who dares to say that he is not cool?
    • Khal Drogo. Steeper - only rocks! From his exorbitant coolness, he can be said to have died.
    • Tormund. The reddest and coolest beard in the series. By the way, the actor is natural.
    • Daario Naharis, starting from the fourth season.
    • Robert Baratheon was very cool in the past.
    • Stannis grew a beard in season five.
    • Petir Bailish. Unlike previous examples, a beard does not add masculinity to him, but Littlefinger is not cool about that.
    • Hodor.
    • And even Tyrion periodically overgrows.
  • “The magnificent Century - There are many of them, but the following stood out:
    • Rustem Pasha. Here it’s like an old stump, but it’s very masterly fights. He is able to fight on equal terms with such luminaries as Atmadzha.
    • The aforementioned Atmaja is also suitable.
    • Sultan Suleiman himself is simply the standard of this trail.
    • Ibrahim Pasha, like the same Rustem, although he seems not so strong, but is able to fend for himself.
  • Capercaillie - subversion: Sergei Glukharev and Denis Antoshin - no doubt cool. But sometimes they try to mow even under the coolest bearded man - True, not very successful: the untidy long unshavenness of Glukharyov, the goatee (with permission) of Antoshin.
    • Another subversion, this time very sad. In one of the episodes, the office clerk suddenly flew off the thread and engaged in terror: he took his colleagues hostage and began to threaten and put forward demands. As it turned out, he did it only because he was humiliated every now and then, ridiculed, dismissed, made "extreme" ... And what would you think: he has long worn a luxurious beard - not otherwise, it’s a futile attempt to compensate for the complexes tormenting his subconscious.
  • Supernatural: Bobby Singer, an elderly cool bearded man.
  • “Vikings” - almost all the Vikings heroes, starting with Ragnar and Rollo (“Björn, well, you waved, for the time until I saw you! ... Although the beard has not grown yet, is it still small for this, right?”) and ending with him, Björn.
    • And also cool Christian warriors with neatly cut hair and beards, their opponents Ethelwulf and Egbert from Wessex, Roland and Odo from the Franks.
  • "Arabela" - of course, the sorcerer Rumburak.
  • The Boys (2019) - Butcher, Frenchman and MM wear beards. Against the backdrop of the Seven, they are just cool mortals.

Comics

  • ElfQuest: after timeskip ( ten thousand years into the future ) Grunt completely matured and acquired a long thick sideburns, which made him even more like a wolf.
  • “Kill Six Billion Demons” - Zoss and Solomon David. The first is probably the coolest in this setting in general (which is a considerable achievement where the suns were broken and destroyed during the wars, and whole worlds burned), but Salami Dave has the most epic beard in design, painted in the image of Mesopotamian beards kings.
    • Mammon also fits.
  • The Ex-librium is Vladimir.

Anime and manga

  • Lupin III - Jigen Daiske.
  • Angel Beats! - Ty.
  • Code Geass - Emperor Charles the British.
  • Fate / Zero - Ryder Iskander.
  • Bleach - Genryusai Yamamoto. And since he is a deep old man, his beard is also wise.
  • Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann is the spiral king by Lordgen.
  • Fullmetal Alchemist - Van Hohenheim and Sieg Curtis.

Video games

  • S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Beard (oddly enough). Veteran stalker, one of the leaders of free stalkers, part-time bartender and merchant.
  • Series Metal Gear Sol> (mercenary Tom Rainier) - the bearer of a magnificent beard.
«Sir: And what, are the Gray Guards all bearded?

Blackwall: No, only me. I took the beards away from the rest with the power enclosed in them. Only one can possess it!

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