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Old 01-20-2009, 04:08 AM   #31
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Anyway, my obvious list:

Ted Danson - he even exposed his little "piece" on one episode of "Cheers" and even appeared on the 200th episode show sans piece as well if you look at the back of his head really closely.
Burt Reynolds - by the late '70s, his hair began receeding and by the '80s, out came the toups and the maintenance fees for them!
Harry Morgan - On "Dragnet," he had little thin hairs on his frontal hairline to middle of his head w/ a huge chrome dome in the back. When he starred on "M*A*S*H," some eps. w/ him w/out his hat show him w/ a very obvious toupee, because there was definitely no balding areas on his head at that point.
Dick Van Patten - On the 1st several seasons of EiE, you can see one side of his head hugely parted w/ som baldness on the back of his head. By the final seasons, he began wearing a light brown-ish hairpiece covering his big bald spot.
Jack Klugman
Don Knotts - he has some baldness on the back of hsi head in his later seasons on "The Andy Griffith Show" and he sported the rug on "Three's Company" b/c on there, his baldness is well-covered. I also noticed in the opening credits when he moves his head that the hair doesn't move.
Larry Hagman - On his time on "Dallas," especially in the mid-'80s, his hairpiece def. looked a lot like a silver lid!
James Garner -he didn't wear a piece back on his days on Maverick and The Rockford Files, but by the mid-to-late '90s he was balding. And on his mid-to-late 2000s apperances, his hair covered the middle recession thin hairs, speculating he had restoration work done on his hair.
John Astin - ex wife of Patty Duke. When he appeared with his then-wife Patty Duke on "Password Plus," he looked really bald and old with all that whote-gray-ish facial hair. then I saw him on "Night Court," and I noticed that thing on his head was a wombat!
Barry Williams - aka Greg Brady of "The Brady Bunch." I watched an episode of "The Bradys" from 1990 and compared what he looked like now and I speculated a possible theory of restoration work done on his hair. When he was on "The Bradys," his hair looked receeded on the front.
Max Gail - I noticed that on some eps. the middle of his head looked thinned and semi-bald, other episodes of him on "Barney Miller" had him sporting a red hairpiece that definitely didn't look right with the sides of his head.
Rip Taylor
Steve Allen - a cheap-looking one on him, though!
Charles Nelson Reilly
Howard Cossell
Marv Albert - YESSSSSSS!!!
Richard Simmoms - His presence alone makes many people cry for their eardrums, but he too also had restoration work done on his hair as well.
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Old 01-21-2009, 01:17 AM   #32
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Here's a double-take on Jack Klugman's obvious toup:



And this was while he was working on "Quincy."

And notice how jacked his frontal hairline (pictured on the left) was!




And here's a double-take on Charles Nelson Reilly's toup as well:



NOTE: On the left caption:

CNR: "I do not wear a toup!"

And a big...WHOOPS! on the right caption!
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Old 01-21-2009, 02:24 AM   #33
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William Shatner wears one.

I remember back when "STAR TREK 6" came out, a guy I used to work with said Shatner should lend his hair to Capt. Picard now, since he's (Capt. Kirk)done with it.
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Old 01-22-2009, 03:00 AM   #34
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William Shatner wears one.

I remember back when "STAR TREK 6" came out, a guy I used to work with said Shatner should lend his hair to Capt. Picard now, since he's (Capt. Kirk)done with it.



and I remember an episode of "Night Court" where Bert Parks played the role of a game show host from a cereal sweepstakes where Bull won a new toupee, he named it "The Shatner Turbo 2000!"

maybe that was what was left of the Klingons on his head from Star Trek!
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Old 01-22-2009, 03:06 AM   #35
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And BTW, here's a nice double-take on Jeremy Piven as well:



Very bald frontal hairline on the left and we don't know if that's restoration or a rag there!

Talk about someone who's very insecure about his bald head!
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Old 01-22-2009, 03:19 AM   #36
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Some other ones I found out about are:

Gene Simmons of KISS - he had restoration work done on his harline these days. In the past, he always wore a wig.

Erik Estrada - I saw him on a VH1 show years back and when I saw him adjusting his forntal hairpiece, that's where I couldn't believe that Erik Estrada of all people wore a hairpiece?!
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Old 01-22-2009, 04:17 AM   #37
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Pat Boone, too!

This video is solid, true proof that he did INDEED sport a toup!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9aBe...layer_embedded
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It was bad enough that he was one of the most arrogant actors in his time, now tell me that Erik doesn't sport a hairpiece these days?

These pics looks awful suspicious enough to make a guess!

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Elton John is rumored to have a hairpiece.

When you see his early albums, he's losing his hair. But by the 80's...he's has a full head of hair!
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Gregory Sierra () always had a receeding hairline (though early on he wore a lot of hats, too). When I recently saw him in an episode of The Streets of San Francisco, they made him wear a hairpiece!! I almost choked on the snack I was eating while I was watching this. It looked so unnatural!!

On a different note, I am absolutely at that pic of Erik Estrada's hair. That is too funny for words.
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Anyway, my obvious list:

Harry Morgan - On "Dragnet," he had little thin hairs on his frontal hairline to middle of his head w/ a huge chrome dome in the back. When he starred on "M*A*S*H," some eps. w/ him w/out his hat show him w/ a very obvious toupee, because there was definitely no balding areas on his head at that point.

I often wondered why Potter always wore a hat.

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Some guys start to lose their hair in their late teens and 20s.

If one wants to spend $40 a month, Propecia is always an option - if used before too much hair is lost, it can slow down hair loss or promote new hair growth until one stops taking it (then your hair loss progresses as it normally would). I'd choose that over bald any day, I've seen attractive bald men but I would not be one of them.
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Gregory Sierra () always had a receeding hairline (though early on he wore a lot of hats, too). When I recently saw him in an episode of The Streets of San Francisco, they made him wear a hairpiece!! I almost choked on the snack I was eating while I was watching this. It looked so unnatural!!

On a different note, I am absolutely at that pic of Erik Estrada's hair. That is too funny for words.

Or hair...piece!

I saw him adjusting his frontal hairpiece on one episode of Hollywood Sqaures when he was on there in 2002.

That domn thing looked like a skunk went up there and stunk up that whole chrome dome there!
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It was bad enough that he was one of the most arrogant actors in his time, now tell me that Erik doesn't sport a hairpiece these days?

These pics looks awful suspicious enough to make a guess!

now THAT is so DAMN obvious, it's laughable!
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now THAT is so DAMN obvious, it's laughable!
I echo that sentiment.
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