Let’s face it anyone can go bald not just the stars or celebrities especially after puberty, it can happen to any one of us. To make us mere mortals all feel better we have compiled a list in A-Z order including Bald Actors, Actresses, Cartoon Characters, Celebrities, Entrepreneurs, Models, Musicians, Politicians, Sexy Bald Men, Sports Men and Women, Stars of Stage and Screen, Black Bald Guys, Straight and Gay, Television Presenters Dead or Alive.
So sit back relax and embrace you hair loss just like the famous people below. Be bald and proud – life goes on.
Ajuma Nasenyana – Fashion model 179 cm’s tall or 5″ 10. 5. Kenyan born female cat walk model. known for having one of the darkest skins ever seen on the runway.
Amber Rose – Model and actress. Married to rapper ‘Wiz Khalifa’.
Andre Agassi - Sportsman (tennis champion). Wore a long wig for years before ‘coming out’ and revealing his receding hairline.
Angry Anderson – Australian musician. Lead singer of 70′s – 80′s Australian hard rock band ‘Rose Tattoo’.
Arnold Vosloo – Actor. Born in South Africa. Became an American (USA) citizen in 1988. Best known for the bald guy in ‘The Mummy’ movies.
Ben Kingsley – British Actor. ‘Sir Ben Kingsley’ – CBE in 2000. knight Bachelor in 2002.
Billy Corgan – Author, musician, vocalist and guitarist in rock band Smashing Pumpkins.
Billy Zane – American actor. Most celebrated appearance was the lead role in ‘The Phantom’ movie.
Bob Fulton – Australian rugby league x player. Rugby league ‘Immortal’, coach and now ARL selector. Can be heard on the weekend radio 2gb Australia show ‘The Continuous Call’ with Ray ‘Bolts’ Hadley, Steve ‘Blocker’ Roach and Darryl ‘The Big Marn’ Brohman.
Britney Spears – Not actually bald but still worth a mention – Pop star shaved her head bald in 2007.
Bruce Willis - American Actor. Born in Germany. One of the most famous, popular, and well known bald people in modern times.
Chris Daughtry – American Musician formed his own rock band ‘Daughtry’ after competing and finishing fourth place on TV show ‘American Idol’ season five.
Damon Wayans – Black African American Actor / Comedian. One of 4 Wayans brothers whom are also bald actors. Always has a cheeky smile or grin.
David Ogden Stiers – Best Known for Major Charles ‘Winchester’ in Mash. Now producers and hosts his own radio show. David is openly gay.
Demi Moore – American actress. Was married to Bruce Willis in 1987 divorced in 2000.
Dr Phil – (Phil McGraw) Talk show presenter, author and once practicing Psychologist (graduated 1975).
Ed Asner – American TV and voice over actor.
Elmer Fudd – Looney Tunes cartoon character 1940 – present day.
Elton John – British musician. Bald underneath his wig / hair piece.
Eve Salvil – Canadian model. Influenced by modeling in Japan 1991 she shaved her head bald then tattoed a large dragon underneath her hair line.
Frank Cady -
Dead Actor. Update from one of our readers (thanks Calvin) Frank is apparently ‘alive and well’ and living in Wilsonville, Oregonwell, USA. Known for hit TV shows ‘Green Acres’, ‘Petticoat Junction’ and ‘The Beverly Hillbillies’.
Gail Porter – British (born in Scotland) TV host and former FHM model that was diagnosed with Alopecia in 2005.
G. Gordon Liddy - American Criminal (served time in jail). Author, actor, occasional commentator.
Gary Ablett Jnr – Australian Rules Football player (AFL). Currently playing for the Gold Coast ‘Suns’.
Gary Sweet- Australian Actor. Best known for the television series ‘Police Rescue’ in which he performed many of his own stunts.
George Foreman – African American World Champion heavy weight boxer.
Ghandi - Indian Nationalist leader. Real / translated full name is ‘Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’. Assassinated in 1948.
Grace Jones – Jamaican born female Model, actress and singer.
Greg Wallace - British writer and TV presenter. Greg is the bald guy with glasses in ‘Master Chef’ (UK).
Guy Kibbee - Dead Broadway actor. Passed away in 1956.
Harry Hill - British comedian, TV host, author and voice over actor. Wears glasses.
Henry Adams - Dead author an journalist. Died 1918. Famous for publishing his own Autobiography ‘The Education of Henry Adams’.
Henry Royce- Developed the automobile ‘Rolls Royce’ with fellow car enthusiast Charles Stewart Rolls.
Homer Simpson – Fat and bald cartoon character from the ‘Simpsons’. Catch phrase is … (see picture).
Howie Mandel - Canadian comedian, TV presenter and actor. Had thick curly hair before shaving his head bald. Suffers from Mysophobia (fear of germs).
Hulk Hogan – Wrestler (WWF, WWE, WCW)and actor. Real name is Terrence Gene Bollea.
James Tolkan - American actor. The principal in the ‘Back to the Future’ movies starring Michael J. Fox.
Jason Statham- British Actor (born 1967). Late to start acting career (31 years old). First acting role was in the 1998 movie ‘Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’.
Jason Alexander – Bald guy that wears glasses out of TV sitcom ‘Seinfeld’.
Jesse Ventura- ‘Rock n Roll’ Wrestler, actor and Governor of Minnesota 1998-2002.
Jo Koy – Half Filipino / American comedian. Catch phrase is ‘I Love Orange Chicken’.
John Malkovich – American actor, producer and more recently fashion designer calling his label ‘Technobohemian’.
Kelly Slater – American born surfing World champion (11 times).
Kevin Eubanks - African American musician (jazz guitarist).
Kojak- See; ‘Telly Savalis’. Actor Died in 1994 aged 72. Catch phrase was “Who loves ya, baby”.
Larry David - American Producer, Writer / co-producer for sitcom ‘Seinfeld’. Comedian and actor. Wears glasses.
Louis Gossett Jnr – Academy award winning African American actor. Claim to fame was the Sergeant in the motion picture film ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’ for which he won an Academy Award for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ in 1988.
Marcos Roberto Silveira Reis - Brazilian born football (soccer) player / goal keeper. Retired from professional football in 2008 age 38.
Mark Messier - Canadian born ice hockey player retired in 2004.
Matt Morginsky - Musician plays lead vocals and guitar in the christian band ‘The O.C Supertones’.
Matt Scannell - Musician. Founder and lead of rock band ‘Vertical Horizon’.
Michael Berryman - Horror movie actor. Cone shaped head due to genetic disorder ‘Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia’ which is known to affect 1 in every 17,000 people born Worldwide.
Michael Chiklis - American actor best known for detective Vic Mackey in ‘The Shield’.
Michael Clarke Duncan - African American actor. Played the gentle giant black prisoner ‘John Coffey’ in the motion picture ‘The Green Mile’ – 1999 starring Tom Hanks.
Michael Ironside - Canadian actor, voice artist and producer. One of the hardest working actors in Hollywood starring in over 165 feature films.
Michael Jordan – African American Basketball Superstar, Retired in 2003 after numerous come backs, Once voted ‘The greatest Basket ball player of all time’.
Michael Rosenbaum - Actor, Best known for playing ‘Lex Luthor’ in the TV series ‘Smallville’, Not actually bald (male pattern baldness) but likes to shaves his head smooth.
Michael Stipe – American musician, lead singer / frontman of rock band ‘REM’. Wore his hair long in the 80′s and went with the bald look during the 90′s and beyond.
Mikhail Gorbachev – Russian born, Soviet Union leader from 1988 until 1991. Awarded the ‘Nobel Peace prize’ in 1990.
Mitch Pileggi - USA actor most recognized for playing ‘Walter Skinner’ an FBI agent on the crime TV show ‘The X-Files’ starring ‘David Duchovny’ and ‘Gillian Anderson’.
Moby - Bald American musician / dance music DJ and producer that wears glasses. Slandered by white rapper ‘Eminem’ in the song and video ‘Without Me’ after the pair had a few parting words at the 2001 Grammy Awards.
Montel Williams - Black African American TV and Radio presenter. Best known for hosting his own self titled TV show ‘The Montel Williams Show’ last aired in 2008. Was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) in 1999.
Mr Magoo - Cartoon character ‘Qunicy Magoo’ first appeared in the late 1940′s. Mr Magoo’s catch phrase was ‘”Ohh Magoo you’ve done it again”.
Natalie Portman- Israeli born American Actress shaved her head bald for the 2006 movie ‘V for Vendetta’.
Patrick Stewart – British (Yorkshire, England) Actor – stage and screen, famous for the playing the captain in the Star Trek motion pictures.
Paul Shaffer – Musician and music producer. Fronts the band on ‘The Late Show’ with David Letterman whom will soon be making our list.
Paul Zane Pilzer - Entrepreneur, author of economic, fitness / well being and social novels.
Persis Khambatta – Dead Indian actress, former ‘Revlon’ model. Died of a suspected heart attack on the 18th of August 1998. Famous for playing ‘Lieutenant llia’ the navigator in the 1979 ‘Star Trek’ movie.
Peter Furler - Australian christian musician. Artist – Painter. Creator of original artwork.
Peter Garrett – Australian Musician, Environmentalist and Politician. Lead singer in the 80′s rock band ‘Midnight Oil’ – Occasionally reunites and fronts the band for special concerts or benefits. Present day – Labor minister / member in the Australian Parliament.
Peter Sterling – Australian rugby league (footy) player (retired) now occasional sports commentator on channel nine with guest appearances on ‘The Footy Show’ with Paul Vautin.
Peter Woodward - British actor plays ‘Galen’ in the ‘Babylon 5′ series. Acting career spanning from 1978 till present day.
Pierluigi Collina - Former Italian football (soccer) and FIFA World Cup referee. Well known for pulling some strange faces during the game.
Pim Fortuyn - Former Dutch politician asassinated on the 6th of May 2002.
Rex Hunt – Retired ‘Aussie Rules’ football (AFL) player, now occasional sports commentator and keen fisherman. Presents and stars his own tv show ‘Rex Hunts Fishing Adventures’. He always kisses the fish that he catches before throwing it back into the water.
Rex Linn - American actor. Television and feature film career began in 1986 til present day where he plays ‘Frank Tripp’ in hit TV crime show CSI: Miami.
Richard Grasso - Chairman of the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) from 1995 – 2003. Estimated wealth $250 million U.S.D.
Ron Coleman - African American bodybuilder. Won ‘Mr Olympia’ in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and last time in 2005.
Ron Howard – American actor, now famous director. Best known for Richie out of ‘Happy Days’ and Blockbuster movies.
Ross Kemp- British journalist and documentary tv host on reality TV show ‘Ross Kemp On Gangs’ where he visits and films real life gangs and criminals in the toughest parts of the World.
Samuel L. Jackson- African American actor and occasional producer. Starred in over 100 feature films. Started out in theater then progressed to film in 1988 aged 40, a relatively old age to start a movie career.
Sean Connery – British actor famous for role as James Bond 007 in 1962 – 1971 and again in 1983. Voted ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ in 1989 and ‘Sexiest Man of the Century’ 10 years later.
Seal – Musician / Vocalist. His real name is “Seal Henry Olusegun Olumide Adeola Samuel”. Born in Britain (England) February 19, 1963, parents originating from Nigeria (mother) and Brazil (father). Happily married to German model Heidi Klum, they have 3 children together. Seal is black and bald with a scar on his face due to an autoimmune disease ”Discoid lupus erythematosus” a condition that can effect skin above the neck. For more check out Seal’s Wikipedia Page.
Shabana Azmi - Indian Bollywood actress. Bald in the 2006 film ‘Water’.
Sinead O’connor- Born in Dublin, Ireland. Musician, vocalist, plays guitar and is a song writer. Anti Catholic protester.
Sigourney Weaver – American (U.S.A) Actress, Bald in the ‘Alien’ feature films.
Sir Ben Kingsley - See; ‘Ben Kingsley’
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill - British Prime Minister during wartime 1940 – 1945 and again from 1951 – 1955. Liked wearing bowler style hats that were popular at the beginning of the twentieth Century.
Stanley Tucci - American actor. The Psycho guy out of the 2009 movie ‘The Lovely Bones’ starring ‘Saoirse Ronan’ and ‘Mark Wahlberg’.
Steve Austin – Aka ‘Stone Cold’ is an American Wrestler (WCW, ECW, WWF, WWE,). Born 18th of December 1964.
Steve Speirs - Actor born in Wales, Great Britain. Plays ‘Dullard’ in the British TV series ‘Extras’.
Stephen Ireland – Irish born Soccer (football) star. Plays midfield for ‘Aston Villa’ in the English Premier League.
Story Musgrave – American (USA) Astronaut, Doctor, Scientist. Completed 6 space missions.
Ted Danson – Actor best known for playing charismatic character ‘Sam Malone’ in hit tv series ‘Cheers’. Wears a fantastic looking hairpiece on his bald head.
Telly Savalas- Dead American actor, real name is Aristotelis Savalas, best known for tv series ‘Kojak’. Played the Character Theo ‘Kojak’ a NYPD (New York Police Department) detective. ‘Kojak’ remained his nickname up until his death in 1994.
Thea Chassin – Author, Alopecia Areata sufferer and founder of non profit charity ‘Bald Girls Do Lunch’ – Website: www.baldgirlsdolunch.org – Helping bald women from all around the World cope with hair loss.
Terry O’quinn - American actor plays ‘John Locke’ in the TV series ‘Lost’.
Vern Troyer- Suffers from Dwarfism. Short bald American actor plays ‘Mini Me’ in the ‘Austin Powers’ movies starring ‘Mike Myers’. Vern fancies himself as a bit of a playboy.
Vin Diesel – American actor, producer and director. Real name is ‘Mark Sinclair Vincent’. Parents where mixed race hence his dark skin. Vin likes the closely shaven bald look and we think he really suits it. Lots of admiring women call him a ‘hot bald guy’.
Ving Rhames – Black African American actor. Played ‘Kojak’ in the 2005 TV series a remake of the original 1973-1978 show with the same name.
Willard Scott- American TV weatherman on NBC’s ‘The Today Show’. His catch phrase is “Now lets see whats happening in your neck of the woods”. Ends his segment with a viewers birthday of a “grand old age”.
Yul Brynner – Russian actor. Model in his early days. Died in New York City on 10th October, 1985. He was 65 when he died. One of the most famous bald people of all time.
Have we missed any?
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