Notorious Baldies

A man doesn't need hair on top to be attractive -women know that, but men still have a hard time dealing with losing their hair. A series of illustrations by Brazilian artist Fernando Perottoni shows us only bald heads, but they are famous bald heads. You know who they belong to, or you should! See all 14 illustrations at his site. Can you name them all? -via Everlasting Blort


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What? No Lex Luthor? And if you're going to include Yoda, you should also have Jean Luc Picard (maybe with his 'Locutus of Borg' head implant to be more badass).

Cartoonist Jason Yungbluth lampshaded the concept more than 10 years ago with "Weapon Brown", a grown-up, bulked-out, post-apocalyptic version of Charlie Brown with the same round-top-of-head-with-one-curly-hair that was used as a totally misleading teaser. (He was not the scariest of the post-apocalyptic comic strip characters in that rather NSFW satire)

But if you had grown up in Southern California as I did in the 1960s, you'd know the Original Notorious Baldy was Ralph Williams, the car dealer who pioneered long TV commercials and having Johnny Carson make jokes about you.
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