World Beard Day: Can you recognise these celebrities from just a picture of their beards?

World Beard Day: Can you recognise these celebrities from just a picture of their beards?

It’s World Beard Day – a time to brush up your bristles, mingle with bearded brethren, and give thanks for the hair on your chinny-chin-chin. Just remember – shaving on World Beard Day is a faux-pas of epic proportions.

Here’s a beard-based quiz to honour the occasion, and perhaps distract you from the itching. How many of these celebrities can you name when presented only with a picture of their beards?

- Press Association

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