As one of our favorite Aussies in Hollywood, Hugh Jackman has captured our hearts with so many different roles — and iterations of facial hair. Bearded or not, there's no arguing that he's an incredibly handsome man. Still, some of his configurations have been more ... appealing than others. Which is your favorite?
In the earlier days of Hugh's career, he had a smooth face (and an equally smooth grin). Though he was 31, his clean-shaven status made him look years younger.
At 32, Hugh started playing the role he would become most famous for: Wolverine in Marvel Comics' X-Men series. On top of being in ridiculously good shape, the role called for a very specific shape of facial hair.
The perfect sweet spot of medium-length hair and five o'clock shadow, this handsome Hugh look takes the cake in our book.
A few years later, he started growing out his beard a little more fully that before. Not quite Wolverine-status, but it did creep down his neck, making it rather scraggly-looking.
2014 saw Hugh feed his stylish lumberjack side with a thick, well-groomed beard and a close crop. Pair this combo with a tuxedo and we've got ourselves one of the most handsome beards in Hollywood!
A bald head and elaborate goatee were a shock to some on the red carpet, but Hugh's bearded face wasn't just having fun with facial hair — he was sporting the daring manscaping for a role in . And in case you couldn't guess, yep, Hugh played Hook.
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Hugh's facial hair hath cometh full circle and he is now back to his baby-faced self.