Famous People With Mullets  

Mullet is a type of hair style that is short in the front, sides and top but long in a back. It was very popular in the 1980s and 1990s and has been sported both by males and females. Very few hairstyles can evoke such feelings of joy and delight as a well-groomed mullet. It is believed that mullet haircuts originated from the Great Sphinx.

Famous people with mullets include:

Pat Sharp: Pat Sharp is a legend among mullet lovers. His mullet graced TV screens across the nation with his hits game show Funhouse. His mullet drew great fan attention and many followed his hairstyle.

Andre Agassi: American tennis player wore a bouffant mullet in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He became famous for his mullet among youngsters all over the world.

David Beckham: David Beckham, the UK soccer player, brought the mullet back into fashion in the UK in early the 2000. This move made mullet exceptionally popular haircut among young males in the UK.

The Undertaker: Mark William Calaway is an American professional wrestler better known by his ring name “The Undertaker”. His mullet makes him one of the most fearsome wrestlers in the WWF (World Wrestling Federation).

Jurgen Klinsman: Jurgen Klinsman is the German football team's manager and former football player. He was as famous for his mullet as his game winning goals. He was a part of the German team that won the 1990 FIFA World Cup.

Steven Seagal: Steven Seagal is an American action movie actor, producer, writer director, martial artist and singer-songwriter. He was very famous for his greasy mullet.

Sylvester Stallone: Sylvester Stallone became famous for his mullet when he played a Vietnam War veteran John Rambo, a fictional character in the movie Rambo and its sequels.

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