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2016 Best Hair on a Male TV Personality — and the Top 9 Runners-Up

Yesterday, we shared the 2016 female winner of our Best Hair on a Local TV Personality prize — part of our annual Best of Denver issue/celebration.

Today, it's the guys' turn.

As before, we've spotlighted not just our pick for the top slot, but also the top nine runners-up.

Check them out below.

Number 10:

Kyle Clark, 9News

Number 9:

Kent Erdahl, Fox31

Number 8:

Brandon Rittman, 9News

Number 7:

Russell Haythorn, 7News

Number 6:

Aaron Matas, 9News

Continue to keep counting down our 2016 Best Hair on a Local Male TV Personality runners-up, followed by this year's winner.

Number 5:

Ed Greene, CBS4

Number 4:

Eric Kahnert, 7News

Number 3:

Raul Martinez, Fox31.

Number 2:

Alan Gionet, CBS4

Number 1:

Chris Parente, Fox31

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Best Hair on a Local TV Personality — Male
Chris Parente, Fox31

Parente, the engine that fuels CW2's Daybreak, last won our Best Hair prize in 2011 — and five years down the line, his coiffure is, if anything, even more astonishing. Less resilient follicles treated to what we can only imagine is a regular regimen on heavy-duty industrial styling products might have turned weird, kinky and unmanageable or, worse yet, fallen out entirely. But Parente's proudly idiosyncratic 'do continues to stand tall season after season. It's an inspiration (and a challenge) to dudes everywhere.


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