The hair says it all! Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and his son Jack could not look more alike. With their blonde locks and love of running, it’s easy to see that the apple doesn’t fall from the tree.
While his father may be one of the world’s best-known chefs, Jack reportedly wants to stay out of the family business and join the Royal Navy’s elite unit.
Jon Bon Jovi (20s) & Jesse Bongiovi (20s)
Jon Bon Jovi was the ultimate Jersey boy who made good but never forgot his roots; he was the frontman and lead songwriter for the rock band, Bon Jovi.
Powered by his charismatic stage presence and big hair, his band ruled the 1980s. Although Jesse Bongiovi didn't mimic his dad's mullet, the two are still pretty alike. Jesse chose to follow his passion for entrepreneurship and started his own company.
Mark Consuelos (20s) & Michael Consuelos (20s)
Early in his career, Mark began acting on "All My Children"—the ABC soap opera where he met his wife, Kelly Ripa. Now, more than twenty years later, it's his son's turn.
Michael has appeared in various roles on TV series like "The Goldbergs" and "Riverdale."
Stephen King (50s) & Joe Hill (30s)
Stephen King’s son writes books under the fake name Joe Hill. His real name is Joseph King. Back when he was in college, Joe Hill started writing horror stories.
Later, he released several full-fledged novels, and moviemakers instantly bought the rights for the screen adaptations. Hill’s books regularly appear on the lists of "The New York Times" bestsellers.
Christopher Reeve (20s) & Will Reeve (20s)
For a world filled with comic book fans, Christopher Reeve had for years been the definitive Superman. It also seems as though Will inherited his looks from his father!
However, Will Reeve lost his superhero father when he was just 11 years old, followed by the loss of his mother, Dana, only two years later. Things were not easy for him as a teenager, but he went to college to obtain his degree.