The James Bond actor is recognizable to anyone who has watched On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, where he played the movie’s antagonist. Featuring a mostly bald hairstyle throughout his career, the actor wasn’t always lacking in hair.
In his younger days, he preferred a full head of hair that he would keep slicked back, fitting a gentlemanly look. We’re not sure what looks better, Savalas with a bald head or Savalas with his hair slicked back? Both look great. Yet, Bond actors are meant to be bald. They think their hair off!
There are few actors who can rock a short hairstyle as well as Aaron Paul himself, and we don't know how comfortable we'd be seeing him in a longer hairstyle. The Breaking Bad star thankfully prefers to keep it short on top.
Aaron is quick to trim the top off whenever it gets too long and prefers a look that makes him appear neat and clean. This is an actor that definitely does justice to the bald lifestyle seeing as this is how he usually appears. Now the question is, hot or not?
You might know Jerry Doyle from the Babylon series of films, but when you go back in time, you'll see he always wasn't bald. During his days playing Michael Garibaldi on Babylon 5, he still had some hair on top even though it had started to thin out on the front.
There are some who argue that Doyle was the first actor who made the bald hairstyle a fashionable look. He was one of the first to go for the look even before the likes of megastars such as Bruce Willis. Ironically, his voice-over character Captain Simian had the hair of a cool teen rockstar.
Sir Anthony Hopkins
No bald list is complete without an appearance from the original Hannibal Lector himself. Sir Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of The Lambs star himself, features one of the most iconic bald heads in all of Hollywood.
He isn't always bald, though, as he can sport a long hairstyle even at an old age. Just look up any photo from his portrayal as Odin in the MCU, and you'll find proof of the actor rocking both a long hairstyle and a bald look.
The British actor is pretty well known for his many roles in movies like Warrior and his role as Eddy Brock in Venom and its sequel. Tom isn't always carrying a full head of hair as we can see through some of his roles.
For his role as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises and Al Capone in Fonzo, Tom has gone bald twice to portray a character. After seeing how he looks as a bald guy, we definitely miss how he looked carrying a full head of hair. Is it true that Tom's career shines when his head shines?