Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard has large bushy eyebrows which were frequently lampooned in political cartoons. Bob Hawke, two Prime Ministers ago, also partakes in the art of enormous eyebrows. Back in the day (40's to 60's), Prime Minister Robert Menzies also had these. Funnily enough, they are Australia's three longest serving Prime Ministers. Co-incidence? (Yes.)
As is British Chancellor of the Exchequer Alastair Darling- who has eyebrows and hair of different colours.
Darling is following in the footsteps of another British Labour Chancellor, Denis Healey, whose enormous bushy eyebrows were the subject of caricature on Spitting Image. Come to think of it, Conservative Chancellor Norman Lamont also had memetic eyebrows. Maybe it comes with the financial territory.
Let's not forget the famous Chinese warrior Guan Yu, whose eyebrows were 'thick as silkworms' ...Now, if only there was a trope for 'long and beautiful' beards.
Colm Wilkinson is a brilliant singer and actor, who was Jean Valjean in Les Mis for years before being Valjean in the 10th anniversary concert in the Royal Albert Hall. His eyebrows are massive.
Professional wrestler Maven Huffman was occasionally mocked for his exceptionally large eyebrows.
Martin Scorsese is famous for three things: great movies, putting a Rolling Stones song in every movie he makes, and giant eyebrows. Robin Williams once referred to them as "caterpillars" when presenting at the Oscars.
Mexican artist and cult figure Frida Kahlo made it a point to stress her unibrow in self portraits.
Another born Mexican, now a French citizen, operatic tenor Rolando Villaz?as described as having "eyebrows like scorched earth" by The Guardian's Peter Conrad.
One of Morrissey's most distinctive features, along with his chin and quiff haircut.
Daruma dolls often have big eyebrows painted on them (though they don't usually come with eyes painted on).
While hardly big by the standards of this page, Brooke Shields (especially in her early career◊) was known for her heavy eyebrows. Not bushy, but certainly more noticeable than most female movie stars.
Keira Knightley is sometimes mentioned in the same terms, but hers are hardly the same, despite one reviewer describing her as looking like "Natalie Portman in the early stages of a werewolf transformation".
Maggie Thatcher's press secretary Sir Bernard Ingham. As those who watched Thatcher's funeral may have noticed, his already rather bushy eyebrows have become even more bushy with age, to the point where he now looks like he has pieces of cotton wool on his brow.
John Belushi had thick but very expressive eyebrows which helped make his performance as Bluto in Animal House a masterclass in silent comic acting.