It turns out Ned Flanders has a more familiar face than we may have initially thought, seeing as though this is the second time he’s appeared on this list. Though Walter White and Ned Flanders share the same features, their personalities couldn’t be more contrasted.
The relentless Walter White would probably hate the friendly Flanders if they ever met. Imagine a crossover between “Breaking Bad” and “The Simpsons.” That definitely something we would pay good money to watch!
This doppelgänger moment may not even have been on purpose. Perhaps that is the true essence of a look-alike? This woman probably didn't know that her red glasses and sweater, paired with flipped-up dark hair, is the complete embodiment of Linda Belcher from "Bob's Burgers."
Though she looks pretty intense in this photo, we're going to assume she has the same happy-go-lucky personality that Linda has as well!
We’re sure this boy has been compared to Alfredo Linguini from "Ratatouille" since the movie's 2007 release. Though, we can't confirm or deny whether or not his best friend is a rat.
We feel like all this kid needs is a ladle and a rat with a talent for cooking, and looks like we'll have a live-action "Ratatouille" in the making.
Okay, so maybe these two don't look exactly alike, but looking at Mark Mothersbaugh, there's a sense of familiarity. That's probably because the musician served as inspiration for everyone's favorite cartoon baby, Chuckie.
Not only did Mothersbaugh and his band Devo perform the theme song for "Rugrats," his clunky glasses and untamed hair served as the model for Chuckie.
Ursula's appearance was greatly inspired by American actor and drag queen Divine. Harris Glenn Milstead, better known under his stage name, Divine, was best known for his frequent appearances in films directed by John Waters.
Ursula shares Divine's signature blue eye makeup, jewelry, and body type. She originally sported a mohawk, which was borrowed from Milstead's character in 1972's "Pink Flamingos."