McGowan’s Net Worth: $6 Million McGowan’s Occupation: Actor/Activist Lamarr’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $5 Million Lamarr’s Occupation: Actor/Inventor
Rose McGowan has recently become an activist and is considered one of the faces of the Me Too Movement, but she’s also a well-known actress. After breaking into the industry when cast on the television hit show Charmed, she quickly moved on to the big screen appearing in movies like Scream, Jawbreaker, and Planet Terror.
Her classic beauty means that she resembles some of the actresses of old Hollywood, including her doppelgänger Hedy Lamarr. Appearing in films in the 30s, 40s, and 50s, Lamarr was also incredibly smart and created a unique radio guidance system and aviation designs during World War II. In addition to being incredibly strong-minded, the two women also share plump red lips, doe eyes, porcelain skin, and dark hair making them look like long-lost sisters!
Johnny Depp and Arthur Schopenhauer
Depp’s Net Worth: $200 Million Depp’s Occupation: Actor Schopenhauer’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $7 Million Schopenhauer’s Occupation: German Philosopher
American actor Johnny Depp hardly needs an introduction. He gained recognition after earning roles in A Nightmare on Elm Street and 21 Jump Street before taking on more prominent parts. Depp quickly rose to stardom and has long since been considered a Hollywood heartthrob. Many have compared the actor to German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, who influenced many others in the field including Freud.
Both Depp and his doppelgänger share dark mysterious eyes, sunken cheeks, a prominent jaw, and pouty lips. If there was ever to be a biopic about Schopenhauer and his life’s work, Depp would be the perfect actor for the part!
Anthony Hopkins and Socrates
Hopkins’ Net Worth: $160 Million Hopkins’ Occupation: Actor Socrates’ Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $12 Million Socrates’ Occupation: Philosopher
As far as celebrities go, Anthony Hopkins is certainly A-list. The award-winning actor has been appearing in films since the ‘60s including Silence of the Lambs, Nixon, and Beowulf. His doppelgänger is none other than the famed Greek philosopher, Socrates.
While there are no photographs of the founder of Western philosophy, statues erected in his honor depict him as an older balding man with a beard and stubby nose. These statues certainly look similar to Hopkins, but there’s no way to know if they’re depicting the real Socrates or what he was thought to look like. In addition to the beard and the loss of hair, the two also share expression lines, kind eyes, and a wide nose.
Shia LaBeouf and Albert Einstein
LaBeouf’s Net Worth: $25 Million LaBeouf’s Occupation: Actor Einstein’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $1 Million Einstein’s Occupation: Theoretical Physicist
Who would have thought that a young Albert Einstein was handsome? In fact, he was so good-looking that he’s considered to be Shia LaBeouf’s doppelgänger! The actor, who is best known for his roles in Holes, Disturbia, and Transformers, has often been considered a stud, making his resemblance to Einstein even eerier.
While LaBeouf may not be a world-renowned physicist, he and Einstein have quite a bit in common. The two share dark almond-shaped eyes that tilt slightly downward, a pronounced nose, and some interesting facial hair choices. Imagine a film about a young Einstein discovering his love for physics starring LaBeouf. Sounds like a hit, right?
Robbie Williams and Jesse Pomeroy
Williams’ Net Worth: $300 Million Williams’ Occupation: Musician Pomeroy’s Net Worth (Adjusted for Inflation): $0 Pomeroy’s Occupation: Criminal
Former British boy band member, Robbie Williams, may not have made a name for himself in the United States, but he is one of the most successful musicians in the UK. After leaving the ‘80s pop group “Take That,” he went on to pursue a solo career leading to nearly a dozen hit records. While he has rocked quite a few styles over the years, he happens to look like a serial killer from the 1800s.
Jesse Pomeroy had at least two victims and is thought to have more, by the time he was convicted at 13 years old. He’s still the youngest person in the state of Massachusetts to have been convicted of first-degree murder. Fortunately for Williams, the only thing he has in common with his doppelgänger is their appearance.