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Marianne Mychaskiw
Jan 27, 2015 @ 5:30 pm

Clark Gable. Tom Selleck. Johnny Depp. Ron Swanson. Though not many men can claim admission to the mustache hall of fame, the elite few who do become legends in their own right—and so it makes headlines when such a mustached man ditches his signature 'stache.

We recently spotted Nick Offerman sporting some skin where his 'stache used to be, which was made famous by his Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson. Perhaps to mark the end of Parks and Rec's run (the show is in its final season now), the star ditched his mustache at the Sundance premiere of Me, Earl And the Dying Girl, though left the rest of his facial hair intact.

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This isn't the first time Offerman has done this: Back in June, the star was completely clean-shaven at the Radio & Television Correspondants Association Gala, but appearances sans mustache have been very few and far between for the 44-year-old. We figure that only time, and Offerman's Twitter feed, will tell if his new look is for a role.

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