Aguilera’s Net Worth: $160 Million Aguilera’s Occupation: Singer Rogers’ Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $20 Million Rogers’ Occupation: Actor/Singer
Pop singer and host of The Voice, Christina Aguilera is best known for her booming vocals and retro vibes. Her style may have changed over the years and was even questionable for a while there, but she seems to have settled on a ‘50s Hollywood glam look and it really works for her! It’s the artist’s style that has many people saying “it-girl” Ginger Rogers is Aguilera’s doppelgänger.
The height of Rogers’ career was in the ‘30s and ‘40s, but she continued to work on Broadway and in television until the late ‘80s. In addition to their glamorous blonde locks of hair, the two also share large bright eyes and pouty lips. They may not be twinning, but the two certainly seem to have the same sense of style!
Jack Gleeson and Caligula
Gleeson’s Net Worth: $6 Million Gleeson’s Occupation: Actor Caligula’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $10 Million Caligula’s Occupation: Roman Emperor
Actor Jack Gleeson is best known for his role as Joffrey Baratheon on Game of Thrones, a young and sadistic king who uses his power for evil. Gleeson’s doppelgänger played a similar role but in real life. Caligula was a young Roman Emperor between 37 and 41 BCE. While not much is known about his short time in power, there are several sources that portray him as an evil tyrant with cruel and eccentric sexual perversions.
Those who have seen Game of Thrones will see the similarities between the emperor and Gleeson’s character. The comparisons don’t stop there though! Gleeson shares quite a few physical traits with Caligula as well, such as almond-shaped eyes, a distinct nose, a strong jaw, and prominent ears. Gleeson even had a similar haircut while on the show as Caligula had in real life. Perhaps his character was inspired by the young emperor!
Jon Stewart and Henry Ward Beecher
Stewart’s Net Worth: $100 Million Stewart’s Occupation: Comedian/Host Beecher’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $31 Million Beecher’s Occupation: Congregational Clergyman/Abolitionist
Former Late Night talk show host Jon Stewart may address politics in his comedy, but his doppelgänger went above and beyond to make changes in the United States. Henry Ward Beecher was a minister and a pastor who used his platform to protest slavery in the mid-1800s. He often used humor and slang in his lectures, gaining quite a following in New York.
Stewart, who is also coincidentally from New York, has quite a lot in common with his historical lookalike. In addition to using humor to appeal to wider audiences and to spread their political agendas, they also share narrow lips and large, heavy eyes. They don’t look enough alike to prove time travel, but they certainly might come from the same family tree!
Ben Schwartz and Leon Trotsky
Schwartz’s Net Worth: $3 Million Schwartz’s Occupation: Actor/Comedian Trotsky’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $2 Million Trotsky’s Occupation: Revolutionary Leader
Actor and comedian Ben Schwartz is probably known most for playing Jean-Ralphio on Parks and Recreation but he has also made headlines for looking a lot like another big name in Hollywood. Joe Keery who stars in Stranger Things may be one of Schwartz’s doppelgängers, but we can’t forget about revolutionary leader Leon Trotsky!
As a young man, Trotsky looks nearly identical to Schwartz. In addition to both being gifted luscious locks of hair that seem to defy gravity, they also share a prominent nose, distinct chin, and a square hairline. Is it just a fluke or the results of time travel? It’s up to you to decide!
Will Ferrell and Odysseas Androutsos
Ferrell’s Net Worth: $160 Million Ferrell’s Occupation: Actor/Comedian Androutsos’ Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $4 Million Androutsos’ Occupation: Greek War Hero
Will Ferrell is usually the man behind the jokes, but whoever decided he resembles Greek war hero Odysseas Androutsos certainly made him the butt of theirs! The actor best known for comedies like Step Brothers, Anchorman, and Old School must have pissed off the wrong person because Androutsos wasn’t exactly a handsome man. At least in terms of how he was depicted in this particular painting.
While Androutsos looks a bit like a cartoon character, he does share some similarities with Ferrell. They each share a pair of almond-shaped eyes, thick brows, and a prominent chin. The fact that they are each rocking some funky facial hair helps them look a bit alike as well.