Charlie Hofheimer plays Peggy Olsen’s boyfriend, Abe Drexler on Mad Men. He is a journalist/writer who basically just lives off Peggy. She just bought an apartment and he’s doing “some light remodeling.” I would do that for a free place to live. Hell, I had to do some light remodeling when I moved into my current apartment, like removing the door knob from my closet door and putting it on my roommate’s bedroom door because it was missing a knob. I wonder what kind of knob problems Abe is dealing with?
Ben Feldman plays Michael Ginsberg on AMC’s Mad Men. Season 6 of Mad Men takes place in 1968 and as far as I can tell there was a Mustache Boom that year. Also it doesn’t really seem like people had to worry about matching their clothes, as evidence in the above picture. In the last episode a guy was wearing a sweater-turtleneck with a cardigan sweater over it. The double sweater is almost impossible to get away with these days.
Louis Zorich is an actor, probably most recognizable to you for playing Pete in The Muppets Take Manhattan or Paul Reiser’s dad in Mad About You, depending on if you like great movies or bad TV shows. Here’s Pete giving Kermit the Frog a life lesson:
Adam Driver is a former United States Marine and current Television and film actor. He appears on the HBO series Girls as Adam Sackler (haha). Girls is a pretty good show but for my money, the guys are Girls are the best. I like Adam because it’s nice to see someone in their 20′s that doesn’t look out of place with a steesh or like he is trying too hard.
Kenan Thompson has been on SNL since
1993 2003. In his youth, he was in a couple of the best movies of the 90′s, Heavyweights and Mighty Ducks 2. Kenan was a cast member on The Steve Harvey Show which might explain why he does a decent impression of Harvey.
Here is the skit from this weekend where he helps a man get over his phobia of horses while explaining to people that his phobia is falling asleep and having his mustache choke him to death.
Robin Williams heard that I posted Dustin Hoffman’s mustache from Hook last week and promptly grew a mustache of his own. No matter what you think of him, you’d have to admit it’s a nice looking tickler.
I have mixed feelings about Robin Williams. I remember watching one of his stand-up specials in high school and thinking, “Man that’s a lot of water bottles,” before falling asleep.
As an actor, he is all over the place. He obviously great in Mrs. Doubtfire and Jack but then you look at some of the other garbage he was in like Old Dogs and RV and you wonder how much does cocaine actually cost?
My cousin, who created this site and made every post for a few years, must be some kind of idiot for not having HOOK posted already. I’m going to give him a pass though because I didn’t think about it until right now when I was deep in an IMDB session checking out what Charlie Korsmo got into after acting (went to MIT, worked in missile defense, went to Yale, is now a lawyer).
If I only watched good movies like Seven Psychopaths I guess I wouldn’t appreciate them as much, so once in a while I’ll watch a heaping pile of garbage. Last night that garbage was American Reunion. I think if you’ve seen the first movie you’ve seen all 4, but this one had the added bonus of John Cho with a mustache. They still only list him in the credits as MILF Guy #2 and in his case it probably stands for Movie I’d Like to Forget.
I don’t know about this. I saw Val Kilmer in Tombstone last night and thought he resembled Johnny Depp for a minute. I may have been a little dehydrated or something.
If everyone looked the same just because they were wearing the same hat it would be impossible to coach little league because you would never be able to tell the kids apart.
I’ve been getting a lot of complaints lately that we are ignoring some people who fit in our key demographics – Canadians and fans of Blast from the Past. In order to satisfy both of those groups, here is Dave Foley.
Dave was a member of Kids in the Hall, the Canadian sketch comedy show. He was also on News Radio, a series that I once purchased in its entirety at Best Buy, only to sell a few years later for more than I paid for it. Thanks, Dave!
It’s also Dave’s birthday today. Happy birthday, Dave. We love you very, very, very, very, very, very, very much.
I went to see This Is 40 yesterday. On our way to theater SIX I noticed a woman filling up a Tupperware container full of butter flavoring. As far as I could see she DIDN’T EVEN HAVE POPCORN. Because of this incident we walked into theater THREE. 20 minutes later, Django Unchained started and I wasn’t about to get up and start another movie 15 minutes in.
So that’s how I accidentally saw Django Unchained yesterday. Once it started I noticed a few things. First, holy smokes they say the N word a lot. Second, holy smokes there’s an awful lot of blood in that film. Finally, holy smokes Christoph Waltz is a fantastic actor. It may look like he has a beard in this photo but multiple times throughout the film he strokes his facial hair in order to define his mustache. It’s a real treat.
As I do with any movie that seems like it might be good, I’ve tried to avoid all things Django Unchained. Today I was not able to ignore the unique steesh on Don Johnson for his role as Big Daddy.
Don is 18th on the cast list so I doubt he has a huge role, but it sure will be memorable for that mustache. It looks like a little kid drew a picture of a house on his face with a gray marker.
I enjoy the work of Jeff Bridges work. He was good in The Big Lebowski and my favorite of his is Arlington Road. But if my roommate puts on TRON: Legacy one more time I’m going to have mental breakdown.
The above picture of Jeff is great. He’s got some serious “come hither” eyes and a distinguished “leave quickly” steesh.
Judd Apatow, famed writer, director and producer, can now also call himself a magazine editor. He took over the editing duties for this months Vanity Fair for their first ever comedy issue. It may be their first comedy issue but it is just another in a long line of Vanity Fair issues that I’ll never purchase.
Why is this relevant to steeshes? There are 3 covers and each one includes a beautiful mustache.
Well done, Judd.
Benicio Del Toro had a pretty nice steesh in the movie Savages. He plays a ruthless member of a Mexican drug cartel who has no problem kicking around a severed head like a soccer ball. While Del Toro is good in this role, it’s difficult not to think of the horrible movie The Wolfman whenever I see him.
Sometimes I tell people The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou is one of my favorite movies, but that’s not really true. I like it a lot, but I didn’t even remember that Owen Wilson had a gentleman’s mustache until I saw part of it again this weekend.
In 2007 it was reported that Owen Wilson attempted suicide due to depression. I’m glad he was unsuccessful because he seems like a nice guy and I really liked Midnight in Paris. Suicide is for the birds.
If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, send them a link to this website and that should cheer them up. If that doesn’t work, I’m sure you can Bing “depression” to get some helpful resources.
David White, probably no relation to Barry, was an American TV and movie actor (119 credits to his name). I saw his wonderful steesh this weekend while watching Brewster’s Millions.
According to the internet, David played Larry Tate on the popular television show Bewitched. I don’t remember him in that one, but I was also -20 when it started.
Greetings to anyone who follows Steeshes or happens upon it while Binging a celebrity mustache. I want you to know that you need to take some responsibility in your life. There is a “contact” portion of our page for a reason. It’s for times like this, when a steesh as beautiful, and predictable, as Raul’s has gone unmentioned for so long.
You are allowed to remind me that such a steesh needs to be honored. I know you’re saying to me, “But eventually you are going to re-watch Addams Family Values and give the mustache its due.” And you are correct, but should we have to wait years?
Take some responsibility in your life and contact us with your favorite steeshes we’ve never shared.