The Brit List: 10 Famous British Moustaches

Tom Weston-Jones and Kevin Ryan have some work to do. (Photo/BBCA)

I moustache you a question, why do moustaches always give us a giggle? Possibly it’s because they do look ticklish! It’s a bit of fun for men to change up their look and play around with the swirly wirly furry caterpillar that sits on their upper lip. The men of Copper have a hint of a moustache and are definitely rocking the mutton chops. Let’s take a look at Ten Famous British Staches!  

Charlie Chaplin

The silent movie star’s moustache was a scene stealer. (Photo/MLW)

Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury’s moustache has its very own Facebook Page. (Photo/FB)

Peter Sellers    

The Pink Panther dons an aptly named copstash standard. (Photo/UA)

Daniel Day-Lewis

Daniel Day-Lewis has a handle on his moustache in Gangs of New York. (Photo/Miramax)

Russell Brand

While Russell Brand’s stand-up is dirty he keeps his stache neat. (Photo/FOX)

John Cleese

John Cleese proves his moustache is water proof. (Photo/FilmFaceReview)

Sacha Baron Cohen

The moustache distracts from Borat’s four chins. (Photo/AP)

Sean Connery

Sean Connery’s silver stache and matching beard are his calling card. (Photo/AP)

Philip Reeve

Dr. Watson’s moustache is a hybrid of the fu manchu and the connoisseur. (Photo/Retrovision)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The creator of the Sherlock stories has the most patriotic stache, the English.(Photo/Sherlocked)

Bonus: The Ladies

Even the ladies can wear a British moustache! (Photo via eBay)

Which clean shaven British celeb do you fancy seeing in a moustache?