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** Ramsay has one very briefly in Season 4. He orders Reek to shave him, to demonstrate to Roose that Reek is loyal.
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* ''Series/TheMrPotatoHeadShow'': A wicked goatee, combined with BaldOfEvil and his ''name'', [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Bully-Boy McPherson]], are all that's needed to establish Mr. Potato Head's new supervisor as bad news the moment he's introduced.
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* ''Series/TwentyFour'', Season 8:
--> '''Arlo:''' Dana's been visited twice today by this guy with really questionable facial hair.
* In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', [[spoiler: Grant Ward]] is clean-shaven for most of season 1, but once it's revealed he's an agent of HYDRA and TheMole, he suddenly starts sporting PermaStubble and becomes a lot scruffier. It turns into a full-length BeardOfSorrow when he's imprisoned in season 2, but he goes back to the stubble-look after escaping.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': Gaius Baltar was known for abusing this trope relentlessly. Made even more notable by his being perennially trapped in the HeelFaceRevolvingDoor. It got to the point where you could tell ''how evil he was at the moment'' by the ''style'' of his facial hair.
* Played straight by the title character in ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II''. Invoked in ''Blackadder Goes Forth''.
---> '''General Melchett:''' Now then, soldier, do you love your king?
---> '''Baldrick:''' Certainly do, sir.
---> '''General Melchett:''' And do you love your king?
---> '''Baldrick:''' Certainly don't, sir.
---> '''General Melchett:''' And why not?
---> '''Baldrick:''' My mother told me never to trust men with beards, sir.
* One of the themes in ''Series/BreakingBad'' is Walter's physical and mental transformation from nerdy teacher to badass drug dealer. First he [[BaldOfAwesome went bald]], ostensibly due to chemotherapy, then he grew a rather sinister goatee which grew darker through the course of Season 3 [[ProtagonistJourneyToVillain as Walter grew darker and darker as well.]] [[spoiler:In the last two episodes, where he becomes TheAtoner, he grows a full BeardOfSorrow.]]



* ''Franchise/StarTrek'':
** The MirrorUniverse, first featured in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', more or less gave us the cliché of the EvilTwin with a Beard of Evil, as evil Mr. Spock has a goatee. [[SubvertedTrope Ironically]], Evil Mr. Spock is far and away the ''[[AntiVillain least]]'' [[AntiVillain evil person]] in the mirror universe. This is given a ShoutOut in a Priceline commercial. You guessed it, Evil Shatner with a goatee.
** In ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
*** The franchise did a ShoutOut to ''itself'' by giving Mirror Soval a Spock-beard. ([[WildMassGuessing Common fashion amongst Mirror Vulcans?]]) Either way, Mirror!Soval is, like Mirror!Spock, one of the least evil characters when he makes an appearance, and [[DefiantToTheEnd goes down fighting]] against the evil counterparts of more established characters.
*** While, for obvious reasons, Mirror T'Pol couldn't have a beard, she did have long flowing locks of hair to distinguish her from her closely-cropped regular counterpart.
*** This seems to have been the fashion among ''commanding'' Vulcans. Mirror Spock's personal guard didn't have a beard, and neither did either of the Vulcans Mirror T'Pol enlisted to help her retake the ISS Enterprise from Archer. [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Mirror Tuvok from the Terran Rebellion]] was also clean-shaven.
** An episode of ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' where the ''[[CoolStarship Defiant]]'' was stolen featured [[spoiler: who we thought was William Riker before being revealed as ''Thomas'' Riker]] pulling off his heist before ''[[InvokedTrope removing his sideburns]]'' to reveal that he had a goatee, not a beard. However, he wasn't really evil.
** In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Author, Author", the Doctor wrote a holonovel with barely-disguised copies of his fellow crew members as the villains of the story. As a homage to the Mirror Universe, Tuvok's actor Tim Russ grew out a goatee for the occasion.
*** And in contrast, the Doctor has given Tom Paris' counterpart just [[PornStache a silly looking mustache]].
* On ''Series/KnightRider'', Michael Knight's EvilTwin, Garthe Knight, sports a Beard of Evil.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'':
** The MirrorUniverse, first featured in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', more or less gave us
In the cliché of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' episode "It's A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World", the EvilTwin with a Beard MirrorUniverse version of Evil, as evil Mr. Spock Leo has a goatee. [[SubvertedTrope Ironically]], Evil Mr. Spock is far and away the ''[[AntiVillain least]]'' [[AntiVillain evil person]] in the mirror universe. This is given a ShoutOut in a Priceline commercial. You guessed it, Evil Shatner with a goatee.
** In ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
*** The franchise did a ShoutOut to ''itself'' by giving Mirror Soval a Spock-beard. ([[WildMassGuessing Common fashion amongst Mirror Vulcans?]]) Either way, Mirror!Soval is, like Mirror!Spock, one of the least evil characters when he makes an appearance, and [[DefiantToTheEnd goes down fighting]] against the evil counterparts of more established characters.
*** While, for obvious reasons, Mirror T'Pol couldn't have a beard, she did have long flowing locks of hair to distinguish her from her closely-cropped regular counterpart.
*** This seems to have been the fashion among ''commanding'' Vulcans. Mirror Spock's personal guard didn't have a beard, and neither did either of the Vulcans Mirror T'Pol enlisted to help her retake the ISS Enterprise from Archer. [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Mirror Tuvok from the Terran Rebellion]]
%%** How could you tell that Gideon was also clean-shaven.
** An episode
evil? He has a goatee.
%%*** In any appearance
of ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' Future Wyatt where the ''[[CoolStarship Defiant]]'' was stolen featured [[spoiler: who we thought was William Riker before being revealed as ''Thomas'' Riker]] pulling off his heist before ''[[InvokedTrope removing his sideburns]]'' to reveal that he had a goatee, not a beard. However, is Good he wasn't really evil.
** In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Author, Author", the Doctor wrote a holonovel with barely-disguised copies of his fellow crew members as the villains of the story. As a homage to the Mirror Universe, Tuvok's actor Tim Russ grew out a goatee for the occasion.
*** And in contrast, the Doctor has given Tom Paris' counterpart just [[PornStache a silly looking mustache]].
* On ''Series/KnightRider'', Michael Knight's EvilTwin, Garthe Knight,
is clean Shaven, but if he is evil he sports a Beard Van Dyke of Evil.Evil... even to the point when a demon affecting baby Wyatt added the seeds of evil to him, the future version transformed from short haired, clean shaven, and white clothing wearing to long haired, goateed/Van Dyked, and black clothes to show he was now EVIL!!!!
* ''Series/TheCollector'': While meeting the younger Morgan in flashbacks, the Devil [[TheNthDoctor takes the form]] of a goateed Colin Cunningham, his most consistent avatar in the series by far.
* On ''Series/{{Community}}'', Alternate Universe [[MetaGuy Abed]], [[MediumAwareness deducing that he and his remaining friends inhabited the darkest of the alternate timelines]], decided that they should embrace the darkness and become evil. He therefore prepared false goatees for everyone until the men could grow theirs in properly. (Like so many things with ''Community,'' [[ItMakesSenseInContext it makes more sense in context]].)
* Alton Brown, normally clean-shaven, wears a short, stubbly beard for ''Series/CutthroatKitchen''. Considering that he's the creator of the Troperrific ''Series/GoodEats'', this is almost certainly intentional, and it does make him look much more sinister, befitting his role as the instigator of all sorts of backstabby shenanigans on the ''Cutthroat Kitchen'' set.



** The Master's most iconic appearance, as portrayed by Roger Delgado, is bearded, as is that of Anthony Ainley. Ainley was intentionally trying to look like Delgado. There was substantial disappointment that Eric Roberts did not "sport the goat" as the Master in the 1996 telefilm. The Master also had a beard as portrayed by Jonathan Pryce in the UsefulNotes/ComicRelief spoof "The Curse of Fatal Death," and as voiced by Creator/DerekJacobi for the animated "Scream of the Shalka," though fans were sufficiently used to the idea that no one was seriously bothered when Sir Derek Jacobi and John Simm played beardless Masters in 2007 [[spoiler:(although the Simm incarnation would eventually grow his own goatee in the 2017 series)]].

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** The Master's most iconic appearance, as portrayed by Roger Delgado, is bearded, as is that of Anthony Ainley. Ainley was intentionally trying to look like Delgado. There was substantial disappointment that Eric Roberts did not "sport the goat" as the Master in the 1996 telefilm. The Master also had a beard as portrayed by Jonathan Pryce in the UsefulNotes/ComicRelief spoof "The Curse of Fatal Death," Death", and as voiced by Creator/DerekJacobi for the animated "Scream of the Shalka," Shalka", though fans were sufficiently used to the idea that no one was seriously bothered when Sir Derek Jacobi and John Simm played beardless Masters in 2007 [[spoiler:(although the Simm incarnation would eventually grow his own goatee beard in the 2017 series)]].



** And for maximum cross-trope linkage, in the 2007 Children In Need mini-episode "Time Crash," when the Tenth Doctor mentions the Master to the Fifth Doctor, this exchange ensues:
--->'''Fifth Doctor:''' Does he still have that rubbish beard?
--->'''Tenth Doctor:''' No, no beard this time...Well, [[TheBeard a wife]]...
** Hell, as of Series Nine, [[spoiler:the Master is now a beardless Mistress!]]

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** And for maximum cross-trope linkage, in the 2007 Children In Need mini-episode [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash "Time Crash," Crash"]], when the Tenth Doctor mentions the Master to the Fifth Doctor, this exchange ensues:
--->'''Fifth Doctor:''' Does he still have that rubbish beard?
--->'''Tenth
beard?\\
'''Tenth
Doctor:''' No, no beard this time...time . . . Well, [[TheBeard a wife]]...
wife]] . . .
** Hell, as of Series Nine, Eight, [[spoiler:the Master is now currently a beardless Mistress!]]



* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Gregor Clegane is an enormous knight and one of the more repugnant characters in Westeros, with a sinister beard to boot. [[TheOtherDarrin All three actors]] have one.
** Ser Amory Lorch, another thuggish knight has a full, dark beard.
** Rorge, a convicted criminal and later PsychoForHire, has a stubbly beard.
** Weasel is bearded, and is a sadistic TortureTechnician assisting The Tickler.
* Jack Bass is evil enough when he first appears in ''Series/GossipGirl'''s second season. When he returns in season three he's even more evil, and is now sporting a goatee.



* In Tom's first two appearances, in ''Series/{{Lost}}'', he has a beard and is very scary. Then we see him without the beard, and learn that it's fake, and he becomes much less scary.

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* In Tom's first two appearances, ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had the evil warlord known only as White Beard.
* Inverted
in ''Series/{{Lost}}'', he has ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' with Barney's 'origin story' in the episode "The Re-Return". At the start of the flash back he's a beard wide-eyed, innocent, NewAgeRetroHippie, complete with long hair and is very scary. Then we see him without the beard, and learn that it's fake, and a soul-patch. When he becomes much less scary.the Barney we know from, presented as the 'evil' version, he shaves it off.



* In the ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' episode "It's A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World," the MirrorUniverse version of Leo has a goatee.
** How could you tell that Gideon was evil? He has a goatee.
*** In any appearance of Future Wyatt where he is Good he is clean Shaven, but if he is evil he sports a Van Dyke of Evil... even to the point when a demon affecting baby Wyatt added the seeds of evil to him, the future version transformed from short haired, clean shaven, and white clothing wearing to long haired, goateed/Van Dyked, and black clothes to show he was now EVIL!!!!
* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had the evil warlord known only as White Beard.

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* In the ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' episode "It's A Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World," the MirrorUniverse version of Leo has a goatee.
** How could you tell that Gideon was evil? He has a goatee.
*** In any appearance of Future Wyatt where he is Good he is clean Shaven, but if he is evil he
On ''Series/KnightRider'', Michael Knight's EvilTwin, Garthe Knight, sports a Van Dyke Beard of Evil... even to Evil.
* In Tom's first two appearances, in ''Series/{{Lost}}'', he has a beard and is very scary. Then we see him without
the point when a demon affecting baby Wyatt added the seeds of beard, and learn that it's fake, and he becomes much less scary.
* In ''Series/TheMiddleman'''s MirrorUniverse, every single male character is bearded; most but not all are more
evil to him, the future version transformed than their clean-shaven counterparts.
* [[EvilChancellor Cardinal Richelieu]]'s mustache and goatee
from short haired, clean shaven, ''Series/TheMusketeers''.
* ''Series/RedDwarf'': In "Demons
and white clothing wearing to long haired, goateed/Van Dyked, Angels", the most obvious physical difference that Low Lister has with his High and black clothes to show he was now EVIL!!!!
* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had the evil warlord known only as White Beard.
regular counterparts is his filthy, unkempt beard. That and his EyepatchOfPower.



* Inverted in ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' with Barney's 'origin story' in the episode "The Re-Return." At the start of the flash back he's a wide-eyed, innocent, NewAgeRetroHippie, complete with long hair and a soul-patch. When he becomes the Barney we know from, presented as the 'evil' version, he shaves it off.
* Jack Bass is evil enough when he first appears in ''Series/GossipGirl'''s second season. When he returns in season three he's even more evil, and is now sporting a goatee.
* One of the themes in ''Series/BreakingBad'' is Walter's physical and mental transformation from nerdy teacher to badass drug dealer. First he [[BaldOfAwesome went bald]], ostensibly due to chemotherapy, then he grew a rather sinister goatee which grew darker through the course of Season 3 [[ProtagonistJourneyToVillain as Walter grew darker and darker as well.]] [[spoiler:In the last two episodes, where he becomes TheAtoner, he grows a full BeardOfSorrow.]]
* In ''Series/TheMiddleman'''s MirrorUniverse, every single male character is bearded; most but not all are more evil than their clean-shaven counterparts.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': Gaius Baltar was known for abusing this trope relentlessly. Made even more notable by his being perennially trapped in the FaceHeelRevolvingDoor. It got to the point where you could tell ''how evil he was at the moment'' by the ''style'' of his facial hair.
* ''Series/TheCollector'': While meeting the younger Morgan in flashbacks, the Devil [[TheNthDoctor takes the form]] of a goateed Colin Cunningham, his most consistent avatar in the series by far.
* On ''Series/{{Community}}'', Alternate Universe [[MetaGuy Abed]], [[MediumAwareness deducing that he and his remaining friends inhabited the darkest of the alternate timelines]], decided that they should embrace the darkness and become evil. He therefore prepared false goatees for everyone until the men could grow theirs in properly. (Like so many things with ''Community,'' [[ItMakesSenseInContext it makes more sense in context]].)
* ''Series/TwentyFour'', Season 8:
--> '''Arlo:''' Dana's been visited twice today by this guy with really questionable facial hair.
* Played straight by the title character in ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II''. Invoked in ''Blackadder Goes Forth''.
---> '''General Melchett:''' Now then, soldier, do you love your king?
---> '''Baldrick:''' Certainly do, sir.
---> '''General Melchett:''' And do you love your king?
---> '''Baldrick:''' Certainly don't, sir.
---> '''General Melchett:''' And why not?
---> '''Baldrick:''' My mother told me never to trust men with beards, sir.

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* Inverted in ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' with Barney's 'origin story' in the episode "The Re-Return." At the start of the flash back he's a wide-eyed, innocent, NewAgeRetroHippie, complete with long hair and a soul-patch. When he becomes the Barney we know from, presented as the 'evil' version, he shaves it off.
* Jack Bass is evil enough when he first appears in ''Series/GossipGirl'''s second season. When he returns in season three he's even more evil, and is now sporting a goatee.
* One of the themes in ''Series/BreakingBad'' is Walter's physical and mental transformation from nerdy teacher to badass drug dealer. First he [[BaldOfAwesome went bald]], ostensibly due to chemotherapy, then he grew a rather sinister goatee which grew darker through the course of Season 3 [[ProtagonistJourneyToVillain as Walter grew darker and darker as well.]] [[spoiler:In the last two episodes, where he becomes TheAtoner, he grows a full BeardOfSorrow.]]
* In ''Series/TheMiddleman'''s
''Franchise/StarTrek'':
** The
MirrorUniverse, every single male character is bearded; most but not all are first featured in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', more or less gave us the cliché of the EvilTwin with a Beard of Evil, as evil than their clean-shaven counterparts.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': Gaius Baltar was known for abusing this trope relentlessly. Made even more notable by his being perennially trapped
Mr. Spock has a goatee. [[SubvertedTrope Ironically]], Evil Mr. Spock is far and away the ''[[AntiVillain least]]'' [[AntiVillain evil person]] in the FaceHeelRevolvingDoor. It got mirror universe. This is given a ShoutOut in a Priceline commercial. You guessed it, Evil Shatner with a goatee.
** In ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
*** The franchise did a ShoutOut
to ''itself'' by giving Mirror Soval a Spock-beard. ([[WildMassGuessing Common fashion amongst Mirror Vulcans?]]) Either way, Mirror!Soval is, like Mirror!Spock, one of the point least evil characters when he makes an appearance, and [[DefiantToTheEnd goes down fighting]] against the evil counterparts of more established characters.
*** While, for obvious reasons, Mirror T'Pol couldn't have a beard, she did have long flowing locks of hair to distinguish her from her closely-cropped regular counterpart.
*** This seems to have been the fashion among ''commanding'' Vulcans. Mirror Spock's personal guard didn't have a beard, and neither did either of the Vulcans Mirror T'Pol enlisted to help her retake the ISS Enterprise from Archer. [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Mirror Tuvok from the Terran Rebellion]] was also clean-shaven.
** An episode of ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''
where you could tell ''how evil he the ''[[CoolStarship Defiant]]'' was at the moment'' by the ''style'' of stolen featured [[spoiler: who we thought was William Riker before being revealed as ''Thomas'' Riker]] pulling off his facial hair.
* ''Series/TheCollector'': While meeting the younger Morgan in flashbacks, the Devil [[TheNthDoctor takes the form]] of a goateed Colin Cunningham,
heist before ''[[InvokedTrope removing his most consistent avatar in the series by far.
* On ''Series/{{Community}}'', Alternate Universe [[MetaGuy Abed]], [[MediumAwareness deducing
sideburns]]'' to reveal that he and had a goatee, not a beard. However, he wasn't really evil.
** In the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Author, Author", the Doctor wrote a holonovel with barely-disguised copies of
his remaining friends inhabited fellow crew members as the darkest villains of the alternate timelines]], decided that they should embrace story. As a homage to the darkness and become evil. He therefore prepared false goatees Mirror Universe, Tuvok's actor Tim Russ grew out a goatee for everyone until the men could grow theirs occasion.
*** And
in properly. (Like so many things with ''Community,'' [[ItMakesSenseInContext it makes more sense in context]].)
* ''Series/TwentyFour'', Season 8:
--> '''Arlo:''' Dana's been visited twice today by this guy with really questionable facial hair.
* Played straight by
contrast, the title character in ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II''. Invoked in ''Blackadder Goes Forth''.
---> '''General Melchett:''' Now then, soldier, do you love your king?
---> '''Baldrick:''' Certainly do, sir.
---> '''General Melchett:''' And do you love your king?
---> '''Baldrick:''' Certainly don't, sir.
---> '''General Melchett:''' And why not?
---> '''Baldrick:''' My mother told me never to trust men with beards, sir.
Doctor has given Tom Paris' counterpart just [[PornStache a silly looking mustache]].



* Alton Brown, normally clean-shaven, wears a short, stubbly beard for ''Series/CutthroatKitchen.'' Considering that he's the creator of the Troperrific ''Series/GoodEats'', this is almost certainly intentional, and it does make him look much more sinister, befitting his role as the instigator of all sorts of backstabby shenanigans on the ''Cutthroat Kitchen'' set.
* [[EvilChancellor Cardinal Richelieu]]'s mustache and goatee from ''Series/TheMusketeers''.
* ''Series/RedDwarf'': In "Demons and Angels", the most obvious physical difference that Low Lister has with his High and regular counterparts is his filthy, unkempt beard. That and his EyepatchOfPower.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Gregor Clegane is an enormous knight and one of the more repugnant characters in Westeros, with a sinister beard to boot. [[TheOtherDarrin All three actors]] have one.
** Ser Amory Lorch, another thuggish knight has a full, dark beard.
** Rorge, a convicted criminal and later PsychoForHire, has a stubbly beard.
** Weasel is bearded, and is a sadistic TortureTechnician assisting The Tickler.
* In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', [[spoiler: Grant Ward]] is clean-shaven for most of season 1, but once it's revealed he's an agent of HYDRA and TheMole, he suddenly starts sporting PermaStubble and becomes a lot scruffier. It turns into a full-length BeardOfSorrow when he's imprisoned in season 2, but he goes back to the stubble-look after escaping.
16th Apr '17 4:56:03 AM SkaroManiac
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** The Master's most iconic appearance, as portrayed by Roger Delgado, is bearded, as is that of Anthony Ainley. Ainley was intentionally trying to look like Delgado. There was substantial disappointment that Eric Roberts did not "sport the goat" as the Master in the 1996 telefilm. The Master also had a beard as portrayed by Jonathan Pryce in the UsefulNotes/ComicRelief spoof "The Curse of Fatal Death," and as voiced by Creator/DerekJacobi for the animated "Scream of the Shalka," though fans were sufficiently used to the idea that no one was seriously bothered when Sir Derek Jacobi and John Simm played beardless Masters in 2007.

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** The Master's most iconic appearance, as portrayed by Roger Delgado, is bearded, as is that of Anthony Ainley. Ainley was intentionally trying to look like Delgado. There was substantial disappointment that Eric Roberts did not "sport the goat" as the Master in the 1996 telefilm. The Master also had a beard as portrayed by Jonathan Pryce in the UsefulNotes/ComicRelief spoof "The Curse of Fatal Death," and as voiced by Creator/DerekJacobi for the animated "Scream of the Shalka," though fans were sufficiently used to the idea that no one was seriously bothered when Sir Derek Jacobi and John Simm played beardless Masters in 2007.2007 [[spoiler:(although the Simm incarnation would eventually grow his own goatee in the 2017 series)]].
7th Apr '17 1:59:35 AM YourEternalTroper
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* A calling card of Wrestling/TheWyattFamily, Eric Rowan has the longest example.

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* A calling card of Wrestling/TheWyattFamily, Eric Rowan Wrestling/ErickRowan has the longest example.example.
* [[Wrestling/AdrianNeville Neville]] sported this in late 2016 and claimed that the fans cheered for him because he was "weak" and that he is now the King of the Cruiserweights.
* [[SpellMyNameWithaThe "The"]] [[Wrestling/LondonandKendrick Brian Kendrick]] also sported this upon his FaceHeelTurn after the Cruiserweight Classic.
25th Mar '17 5:14:21 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/DieHard'', Creator/AlanRickman as Hans Gruber sport one, contrasting a beardless BruceWillis.

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* In ''Film/DieHard'', Creator/AlanRickman as Hans Gruber sport one, contrasting a beardless BruceWillis.Creator/BruceWillis.
16th Mar '17 12:10:23 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'': The title character.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'': The title character.character is the only one of the three primary characters to have a beard (Wa'at Alahf has a moustache and stubble, the Caliph is clean shaven), and is by far the most evil of the three.
16th Mar '17 10:47:36 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Narbonic}}'' whenever Helen is turned into a man she sprouts a goatee. [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic/series.php?view=archive&chapter=9915 Apparently it materializes from sheer evil]].

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* In ''{{Narbonic}}'' ''{{Webcomic/Narbonic}}'' whenever Helen is turned into a man she sprouts a goatee. [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic/series.php?view=archive&chapter=9915 Apparently it materializes from sheer evil]].
13th Mar '17 5:24:16 PM ectostar
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Kakistos's goatee.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Kakistos's Kakistos' goatee.



** In one AlternateUniverse episode that had to be a reference to ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s MirrorUniverse, both evil Teal'c and evil Apophis do in fact have goatees. Though Apophis's beard is rather redundant 'cause he's already evil, and oddly enough, Teal'c ends up with similar facial hair a few seasons later.

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** In one AlternateUniverse episode that had to be a reference to ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s MirrorUniverse, both evil Teal'c and evil Apophis do in fact have goatees. Though Apophis's Apophis' beard is rather redundant 'cause he's already evil, and oddly enough, Teal'c ends up with similar facial hair a few seasons later.



* The AffablyEvil Hank Scorpio from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. Invoked in another episode when Mr Burns's girlfriend leaves him for her ex, Snake. Burns protests that he's already [[CardCarryingVillain positively evil]] - what does he have to do, grow a devil beard?

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* The AffablyEvil Hank Scorpio from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. Invoked in another episode when Mr Burns's Burns' girlfriend leaves him for her ex, Snake. Burns protests that he's already [[CardCarryingVillain positively evil]] - what does he have to do, grow a devil beard?
6th Feb '17 2:55:44 PM eroock
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-->-- ''[[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic_plus/series.php?view=archive&chapter=31475#121222 Narbonic]]''

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-->-- ''[[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/shaenongarrity/narbonic_plus/series.php?view=archive&chapter=31475#121222 Narbonic]]''
''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}''
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