August 18, 2006

Celebrity Facial Hair Friday - Samuel Jackson

How could we possibly let this Friday go by and not give a shout out to Samuel Jackson, star of cult-classic Snakes on a Plane which opens today. How can Snakes on a Plane already be a cult-classic before it even opens? Chalk that up to the New Economy. The Internet changes everything.

Now, are you ready for the segue?

The line is already famous: "I've had it with these mutha-f---in snakes on this mutha-f---in plane!" Well, Sam Jackson has also had it with the mutha-f---in hair on his mutha-f--in head.

I can't claim to be the genius behind that transition. Credit goes to my good friend Denis, who is one of my sources for all things pop culture.

But you have to admit, that clean shaven head does look good. We'll assume the moustache goes with the cheesy nature of this film, and that it wasn't Mr. Jackson's preference. By the way, I chose this image because in just about every still I've seen from the movie, if there isn't a snake in the shot, Samuel Jackson is pointing at someone. Awesome. I hope he points down a snake.

Anyway, if you're losing hair up top, consider helping nature along and shave it all. The look is sleak and timeless. Actually you look a little like you're from the future. Which is even cooler. Just remember to wear some sunscreen on your head when you go out.

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Posted by Russell Neufeld at August 18, 2006 8:50 AM
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