Womaniser Russell Brand has said that he may cut off his trademark locks for the sake of his Hollywood career.
Though he's not yet been ordered to chop his mane, he does admit that his roles may become restricted due to his "scruffy" looks, and Brand has ultimately his sights set on an all together more serious role:
"I can't keep always playing long-haired, scruffy men, otherwise my career would be limited. I was hoping one day to play Napoleon, but I can't play Napoleon as this shaggy-haired, bearded raconteur."
Will he hold the same charm without his precious mane? Only time will tell. But which other male celebs have experimented with the scissors and, more importantly, which style looked best?
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