Given enough time, most people will be embarrassed by their yearbook photos. Peter Dinklage is not one of those people. Why? Because as the recently discovered picture above demonstrates, high-school aged Dinklage was rocking a sweet-ass mullet (a.k.a. "The Tennessee Top Hat," a.k.a. "The Missouri Compromise"). And the "business in front, party in the back" look is something the Game of Thrones star can be proud of until the end of his days.
While there's no denying that Dinklage's mullet is superb, this is the perfect time to showcase other celebrities who have sported the "10-90." So let's take a look at 18 other celebrities who have worn the "Beaver Paddle" (a.k.a. "The Wisconsin Waterfall," a.k.a "The Canadian Passport") with pride.
Billy Ray Cyrus (Miley's Proud Papa)
His mullet has the honorary nickname, "The Achy Breaky Big Mistakey."
Gone, but not forgotten.
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Not gone, but somewhat forgotten.
Brad Pitt was a fan of the "Alabama Shag."
Brock Samson (The Venture Bros.)
Yes, cartoons count.
Florence Henderson (a.k.a. Ms. Brady)
Mullet aside, Ms. Brady was also Mr. Brady's beard.
"Fact: Chuck Norris doesn't have a mullet. His mustache just has backup."
The thin white duke had a thick ratty mullet.
David Faustino (a.k.a. Bud Bundy)
Somehow, this was still much cooler than that "Grand Master B" bullshit.
Batman & Robin is still more embaressing.
Nothing's more American (or Canadian, or German) than a mullet, except a mullet on Hulk Hogan
Danny McBride (a.k.a. Kenny Powers)
Irony be damned. McBride's "Camaro Hair" is fantastic.
It's hard to understand how a man with such fine hair has such rage.
Richard Dean Anderson
MacGyver's hair made him unstoppable.
How am I supposed to live without...your mullet.
Mario Lopez (a.k.a. A.C. Slater)
Mario helped popularize the Meximullet (a.k.a. the Mullatino).
John Stamos (a.k.a. Uncle Jesse)
"Don't touch the hair."