People usually find their doppelgängers in real life human beings. But sometimes you must reach beyond reality—and discover your long lost twin in a cartoon or video game. Especially if you've got the iconic face of a celebrity. Here are 15 times famous people looked like they jumped out of an animated series and into the real world.
1. Good news everyone! There is a real life Professor Farnsworth from Futurama and it's Larry King.
2. Some say Steve Harvey just needs the bowler hat.
Why is Steve Harvey a human Mr. Potato Head pic.twitter.com/CdFuncEGsl— Brigs Rush (@YoungRush1) December 26, 2015
3. Sorry Macklemore, you are Roger Klotz from Doug.
Macklemore jacked his hairstyle from Roger Klotz. pic.twitter.com/krzJbOiFl5— Brooklyn (@Brookie425) October 10, 2015
4. Rihanna looks like she just got out of a Pokémon gym battle and lost.
Is Rihanna a Pokemon gym leader? pic.twitter.com/SQhEGSIgeM— Gaming Illuminaughty (@GiUpdates) October 13, 2015
5. Rihanna is actually a master of disguise.
6. If Bill Murray said he was the leader of a society of small blue people that live in the forest with his 99 sons and 1 daughter, you would believe him.
7. Carrot Top borrowed Lion-O's sword of omens from ThunderCats and used it to summon his otherworldly-looking muscles.
8. Khal Drogo and Scar from The Lion King have a striking resemblance. Too bad they both died. Oops.
And then you realize: Khal Drogo kinda looks like Scar 😂 pic.twitter.com/4a1hccx5IP— Debbie Nuchelmans (@SFFTE) March 17, 2015
9. Before becoming the kingpin of the drug trade, Bryan Cranston engaged in long conversations about mustache grooming with Ned Flanders from The Simpsons.
10. Michael Moore looking like Peter Griffin from Family Guy is not a conspiracy theory.
11. Martin Scorsese and Carl Frederickson from Up are both in their 70s, don thick black glasses, and rock the silver fox look. Who wears it better?
If they ever make a live action version of Up then Martin Scorsese is my Carl Fredricksen. pic.twitter.com/T1SHmZHYEQ— Matthew FitzSimmons (@MatthewFitz_1) February 4, 2016
12. Christina Hendricks and Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Um. Let's move on.
I doubt there's any plans to make a new live-action Roger Rabbit movie but if there was, Christina Hendricks FTW pic.twitter.com/s7KvrKaNgY— Dexshirts (@dexshirts) September 30, 2014