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Mickie James look alike

On the left is Female wrestler Mickie James and on the right is actress Alyssa Milano.

Mickie James was born on 31 August 1979 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. She also goes by the name Mickie Laree James or Laree James. She is 5’4″ in height. Mickie James is an actress, known for WWF Raw (1993), WWE Smackdown! (1999) and WWE Divas Do New York (2006). She also sings and is signed the record able known as Entertainment One Music Nashville. Her genres include Country/Southern Rock/Rock. Her signature move is the Mick Kick and Implant DDT.

Alyssa Jayne Milano was born December 19, 1972 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. She is an American actress. She is known for portraying Samantha Micelli on the ABC sitcom series Who’s the Boss? (1984–92), Jennifer Mancini on the Fox soap opera Melrose Place (1997–98), Phoebe Halliwell on The WB series Charmed (1998–2006) and Savannah Davis in the ABC drama Mistresses (2013–2014). Her nicknames are Lyssa and Conan. She is 5’2”. Alyssa Milano comes from an Italian-American family; her mother Lin Milano is a fashion designer and father Thomas Milano is a film music editor. Alyssa Milano was born in a working-class neighborhood in Brooklyn and grew up in a modest house on Staten Island. One day her babysitter, who was an aspiring dancer, dragged Alyssa along to a an open audition for the first national tour of “Annie”. However, it was Alyssa and not the sitter who was chosen from 1500 other girls for the role. So at the tender age of seven, with her mother in tow, Alyssa joined the tour as July, one of the orphans. After 18 months on the road Alyssa, who had begun to garner a reputation as an energetic and charismatic young actress, left Annie to be featured in off-Broadway productions and television commercials. Then in 1983, at age 10, she landed her breakthrough role on the sitcom Who’s the Boss? (1984) as Tony Danza’s saccharine sweet daughter, “Samantha Micelli”, a kid whose native Brooklyn accent rivaled her TV dad’s. In order for Alyssa to accept the gig, the Milano family had to uproot and move 3,000 miles to Hollywood. Alyssa Milano has dyslexia. In a 2004 interview, she explained how she dealt with the disorder.

Female wrestler Mickie James look alike actress Alyssa Milano.

Black men who like to smile

On the left is Farrah Gray while on the right is Kevin Frazier .

Farrah Gray is an American businessman, investor, philanthropist, author, columnist, and motivational speaker. He was named as one of the most influential black men in America by the National Urban League. Gray was raised on Chicago’s South side. He began his entrepreneurial career at the age of six selling homemade lotion and hand-painted rocks door-to-door. Farrah Gray  is the son of black nationalist Khalid Muhammad. His honors include The Network Journal Under-Forty Class Award (2008), The Urban Business Roundtable’s Top 40 Game-Changers (2010), Famous Black Entrepreneurs list (#5) and Trumpet Award (2010). Farrah Gray is a Celebrity Entrepreneur, International Bestselling Author and Philanthropist. Farrah Gray was named as one of the most influential Black men in America by the National Urban League. Ebony Magazine and Black Enterprise recognized him as an entrepreneurial icon and best-selling author. Raised in the impoverished South side of Chicago, Gray defied the odds and became a self-made millionaire by the age of 14. At the age of 21, he received an Honorary Doctorate degree of Humane Letters from Allen University. This was in recognition of his ingenious economic mind and distinguished commitment to the development of values such as leadership, integrity and scholarship. In his rise from poverty to national and international prominence as an entrepreneurial icon and pre-eminent power speaker, Farrah Gray has inspired millions around the world. At the age of 30, he has achieved more than many achieve in a lifetime. Since his first interview at 11 years old on KVBC Channel 3, Gray has become a celebrity, featured in thousands of print, magazine, radio and television media including The NBC reality show Starting Over, 20/20,Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, The Montel Williams Show, Oprah & Friends, Tom Joyner Show, The Michael Baisden Show, Russ Parr, Radio One, TV One, The Tavis Smiley Show, CNBC, BET, NBC, FOX, CBS, BRAVO, PBS, NPR, Bloomberg, Ebony, Jet, Essence, Upscale, Black Enterprise, Black MBA, “O” The Oprah Magazine, Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. Black Voices named Farrah Gray one of the Top Ten Sexiest Black CEO’s along with Kenneth Chenault, Tiger Woods and Sean “Diddy” Combs. What makes him extra attractive is the stack of accomplishments he achieved at such a young age. He was a syndicated columnist with the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) federation of 200 weekly newspapers reaching more than 15 million readers. As a former AOL Money Coach, Farrah Gray gives advice to millions of AOL subscribers daily on topics such as leadership, personal development, diversity, strategic planning, creativity, business development and financial management. Farrah Gray began his entrepreneurial, personal and civic development as a stellar young citizen at six years old selling homemade body lotion and his own hand-painted rocks as book-ends door-to-door. At age seven, he was carrying business cards reading “21st Century CEO.” At eight, Gray became co-founder of Urban Neighborhood Enterprise Economic Club (U.N.E.E.C.) on Chicago’s South side. U.N.E.E.C. was the forerunner of New Early Entrepreneur Wonders (NE2W), the flagship organization he opened on Wall Street. NE2W enlisted, educated and engaged “at-risk” youth by creating and developing legal ways for them to acquire additional income. Gray is the youngest person to have an office on Wall Street. Between the ages of 12 and 16 years old, Farrah Gray founded and operated business ventures that included KIDZTEL pre-paid phone cards, the One Stop Mail Boxes & More franchise and The Teenscope “Youth AM/FM” interactive teen talk show, Gray was also Executive Producer of a comedy show on the Las Vegas Strip and owner of Farr-Out Foods, “Way-Out Food with a Twist,” aimed at young people with the company’s first Strawberry-Vanilla syrup product. Farr-Out Foods generated orders exceeding $1.5 million. He has been a numismatist, which is a coin collector, since he was 12 years old. As a pre-teen, Gray reached 12 million listeners and viewers every Saturday night as co-host of “Backstage Live,” a syndicated television and radio simulcast in Las Vegas. Gray’s inspirational spirit and grounded personality sparked speaking requests from organizations around the country. Farrah Gray’s sense of social responsibility motivated him to create the non-profit organization, The Farrah Gray Foundation. Among other programs and initiatives, his foundation focuses on inner city community-based entrepreneurship education and provides scholarship & grant assistance for students from at-risk backgrounds to attend HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities). Farrah Gray donates his honorarium from speaking engagements (which can be upwards of $15,000) and the proceeds of his book to his foundation in what he refers to as his “self-imposed” youth tax. The Farrah Gray Foundation partnered with the Kauffman Foundation, launching entrepreneurship programs in inner-city schools across the country. Farrah Gray’s work did not remain under the radar-screen for long. He soon then became the youngest member of the Board of Advisors for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. He was also given a three-year term on the Board of Directors of United Way of Southern Nevada at the age of 15. Farrah Gray’s continued his philanthropic work signing on as the spokesman for the National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Marrow Donor Program. As a private consultant he was gone in to work with the likes of JP Morgan Chase and the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Development Agency. Farrah Gray’s latest books “Get Real, Get Rich” and “The Truth Shall Make You Rich” a no-holds-barred rejection of the fallacies we’ve all heard–and believed–about success and how to achieve it. Farrah Gray’s first book “Reallionaire” was nominated by NBC & Publishers Weekly Quill Awards in the category of “Health/Self-Improvement.” His book appeared on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble’s Best-sellers lists two weeks before its international release. “Reallionaire” was also named as the #1 Best-selling Nonfiction Paperback book in the August 2005 Issue of Essence Magazine. “Reallionaire” was endorsed by Former President Bill Clinton, Pierre Sutton, Stedman Graham, Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. Gray’s book and his journey to succeed against the odds have become required reading and part of classroom study from elementary school to entrepreneurship departments on college and university campuses such as Harvard University and Princeton. Gray’s books, “Reallionaire,” “Get Real Get Rich” and “The Truth Shall Make You Rich,” have been translated into Russian, German, Polish, French, Korean, Indonesian, and Vietnamese languages with book sales in Africa, Australia and Europe and in Central and South American countries. Farrah Gray  is also a contributing author to “Chicken Soup for the African-American Soul”. Farrah Gray’s honors include Keys to the Cities of Dallas, Shreveport, and Cincinnati. He has also received Proclamations from the Governors of Illinois and Nevada, the Mayors of Louisville, Kentucky, Chicago, Las Vegas, New Orleans and Wilmington, Delaware, and Clark County Nevada Commissioners. Farrah Gray’s Awards include The National Urban League Whitney M. Young Jr. Entrepreneurship Award, The Indiana Black Expo (IBE) Hoosier Lottery Entrepreneur Award, The Alabama A&M Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Award, The Davidson College Love of Learning Lifetime Educational Achievement Award, Central State Award of Appreciation for contributions made in the area of entrepreneurship, Trumpet Award,, and the American Red Cross Award of Appreciation.” Farrah Gray has a net worth of $2 Million his source of wealth comes from Business, Investment, Books, and Print. he was born September 9, 1984. He is also a Author, Syndicated Columnist and Motivational Speaker. He was Education Allen University (Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters). He is the CEO of Farrah Gray Publishing. At the age of 14, he was already a self-made millionaire. At 15, he was the youngest member on the Board of Advisers for the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. He was also elected to sit on the Board of Directors of the United Way of Southern Nevada and became the youngest director ever to sit on the board across the nation. Farrah Gray  was elected member of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers’ Board of Directors of Region 15 at the age 20. He became Dr. Farrah Gray after receiving an Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters from Allen University at the age of 21. This is in recognition of his ingenious economic mind and distinguished commitment to the development of values such as leadership, integrity and scholarship. At 28, he has accomplished more than what most people do in a lifetime. He has inspired millions of people around the world in his rise from poverty to national and international prominence as an entrepreneurial icon and pre-eminent power speaker. Dr. Gray is also a syndicated columnist with the National Newspapers Publishers Association (NNPA), a federation of 200 weekly newspapers and more than 15 million readers. He is an AOL Money Coach who gives advice to millions of AOL subscribers daily. He was named as one of the most influential black men in America by the National Urban League. He was recognized as an entrepreneurial icon and best-selling author by Ebony Magazine and Black Enterprise. His three books include Reallionaire: Nine Steps of Becoming Rich on the Inside Out, Get Real, Get Rich, and The Truth Shall Make You Rich: The New Road Map to Radical Prosperity.

Kevin Timothy Frazier (born May 20, 1964) is a co-host of Entertainment Tonight and co-host of CNET TV’s Hooked Up alongside Brian Tong. Frazier has worked as an anchor at Fox 19 in Cincinnati WXIX-TV as well as play-by-play commentary for the University of Cincinnati Bearcats basketball team from 1993-1995 as well as Fox Sports Net, later ESPN, where he hosted SportsCenter and a multitude of National Basketball Association themed programming (including NBA Shootaround, NBA Fastbreak and NBA Fastbreak Tuesday). From 2004–2011, he was a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight as well as a fill-in host, and from 2011-2014, was a co-host of The Insider. Frazier is also the host of Game Changers on the CBS Dream Team airing nationally every Saturday morning. He made guest appearances on America’s Next Top Model, Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School and Hell’s Kitchen. Frazier is also a forum guest on Jim Rome Is Burning. He hosted “Breakfast at the Open” on the Tennis Channel along with Lindsay Davenport for the 2009 U.S. Open and acting as a tennis correspondent from the Los Angeles studio. He also appeared on American Idol. He was added to Versus College Football Central studio staff in October 2010. In January 10–12, 2011 Frazier filled in on “The Dan Patrick Show” for Dan Patrick who was working at the national championship Oregon vs. Auburn Football game.
On March 5, 2011, it was announced that he had been named co-anchor of The Insider effective today, it was announced by Linda Bell Blue, Executive Producer of CBS Television Distribution’s Entertainment Tonight and The Insider. He joins The Insider anchor Lara Spencer. He best known for Omg! Insider (2004), Entertainment Tonight (1981) and Fox Sports News (1996).

Kevin Frazier & Dr Farrah Gray fptla twin look alike. They are both American black men that like to smile.

Actor Richard Pryor & Jamaican Tony Gregory

On the left is comedian/actor Richard Pryor and on the left is Tony Gregory Jamaican singer.

Veteran singer Tony Gregory, who came to prominence with the 1982 international hit single ‘Gypsy Girl,’ has been added to the impressive lineup for the 2014 installment of Groovin’ In The Park on June 29th at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, NY. Tony Gregory`s association with Griffiths dates back to 1964 when they recorded the single “You’re Mine.” In 1975 he earned his first million selling hit titled “He,” from his second album titled “One More Time.” Other popular hits from his catalogue include “It’s Alright with Me,” ”For Love of You,” “Let’s Come Together” and “I Need it Now.” His success as an artiste has enabled him to tour the world, sharing stage with luminaries like The Drifters, Chuck Jackson, Dionne Warwick, Ray Charles, Sammy Davis Jr., Sam Cooke and Ben E King. After living in North America and Germany for many years, Tony Gregory moved back to Jamaica in the late 90s and has since established a publishing company Sunland Music – that concentrates on controlling music copyrights for himself and other composers – as well as an entertainment company, Gregory Entertainment Limited. Earlier this year he was one of the special friends that Marcia Griffiths invited to perform at her 50th anniversary celebration at the 2014 Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival in Trewlany. Tony Gregory is getting set to release his new album titled “Seasons,” the first video of which is now available on YouTube. Tony Gregory a Jamaican Singer, Songwriter, Musician and Producer in R&B/Soul and World Reggae specializes on Keyboards, Drums, and Vocals he has been active since 1961. His genres are R&B/Soul / World/´Reggae / Vocal Jazz. He is located in Higgin Town, Jamaica. He is the Manager of TarGre Music Productions in Jamaica. In 1982 when Reggae crooner Tony Gregory recorded a demo of Gypsy Girl, little did he know the impact it would have on music lovers. Tony Gregory has an Italian wife of 15 years, Nina who he calls a real ‘gypsy girl’ . Tony Gregory has written and performed many beautiful love songs including Baby Come on Home, You Are Mine (duet with Marcia Griffiths) and Only A Fool Breaks Hi Own Heart. A man who loves nature, Tony Gregory says he and his wife spent a lot of time sometimes as much as hours a day in the garden of their home in St Ann. That experience he says gets his adrenaline flowing. In 2014 Tony Gregory celebrated 50 years of recording. To celebrate his 50 years he will be releasing an album sometime in the next few months with selective songs recorded over the last 50 years. Tony Gregory siad the album will be volume I and II because they are so many to choose from. Tony Gregory spent most of my time in Europe, his success was in that part of the world, including Germany, where he lived for 30 years. Tony Gregory honed his talent at the Alpha Boys School, where he later he earned a scholarship to Cathedral Choir under Father Healey. In 1957 Tony Gregory gave everyone a taste of his talent when he walked away with the first prize in the Vere Johns Opportunity Hour which was a popular talent competition of the time. It was not surprising that the following year he would go pro in the music business — this after winning other talent shows and working with Bertie King Big Band. In 1960 the singer joined Byron Lee and the Dragonaires as lead vocalist. That stint only lasted for three years and soon saw Tony Gregory releasing his first single Baby and working on overseas gigs with artiste such as The Drifters, Chuck Jackson, Dionne Warwick, Ray Charles and Sammy Davis Jr. In 1972 Tony Gregory moved to Germany, moving back to Jamaica in the ’90s to set up his publishing company Sunland Music and entertainment company, Gregory Entertainment Limited. In 2011 Tony Gregory was busy writing a new set of songs with plans of going into the studio. Presently the singer Tony Gregory is receiving a lot of buzz with his singles I Don’t Want To and A Little Loving.

Richard Pryor was an American comedian, actor, film director, social critic, satirist, writer, and MC. He was born Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor III on 1st December 1940, Peoria, Illinois, USA and die 10th December 2005, Encino, Los Angeles, California, USA of a heart attack. His nicknames were Richie, Dickie, Dick and Rich. He stood at a height of 5′ 10″. Highly influential, and always controversial, African/American actor/comedian who was equally well known for his colorful language during his live comedy shows, as for his fast paced life, multiple marriages and battles with drug addiction. He has been acknowledged by many modern comic artist’s as a key influence on their careers, and Richard Pryor`s observational humor on African/American life in the USA during the 1970s was razor sharp brilliance. Richard Pryor was born the son of a prostitute, and was abandoned by his mother at ten years of age, after which he was raised in his grandmother’s brothel. Unfortunately, Richard Pryor was molested at the age of six by a teenage neighbor, and later by a neighborhood preacher. To escape this troubled life, the young Richard Pryor was an avid movie fan and a regular visitor to local movie theaters in Peoria. After numerous jobs, including truck driver and meat packer, the young Pryor did a stint in the US Army between 1958 & 1960 in which he performed in amateur theater shows. After he left the services in 1960, Richard Pryor started singing in small clubs, but inadvertently found that humor was his real forte. Richard Pryor was known for uncompromising examinations of racism and topical contemporary issues, which employed colorful vulgarities, and profanity, as well as racial epithets. He reached a broad audience with his trenchant observations and storytelling style. He is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential stand-up comedians of all time. His body of work includes the concert movies and recordings Richard Pryor: Live & Smokin’ (1971), That Nigger’s Crazy (1974), …Is It Something I Said? (1975), Bicentennial Nigger (1976), Richard Pryor: Live in Concert (1979), Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip (1982), and Richard Pryor: Here and Now (1983). He also starred in numerous films as an actor, such as Superman III (1983) but was usually in comedies such as Silver Streak (1976), and occasionally in dramatic roles, such as Paul Schrader’s film Blue Collar (1978). He collaborated on many projects with actor Gene Wilder. Another frequent collaborator was actor/comedian/writer Paul Mooney.
Richard Pryor won an Emmy Award (1973), and five Grammy Awards (1974, 1975, 1976, 1981, and 1982). In 1974, he also won two American Academy of Humor awards and the Writers Guild of America Award. The first ever Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor was presented to him in 1998. Richard Pryor is listed at Number 1 on Comedy Central’s list of all-time greatest stand-up comedians.  Richard Pryor spent time in both New York & Las Vegas, honing his comic craft. However, his unconventional approach to humor sometimes made bookings difficult to come by and this eventually saw Richard Pryor heading to Los Angeles. He first broke into films with minor roles in The Busy Body (1967) and Wild in the Streets (1968). However, his performance as a drug addicted piano player in Lady Sings the Blues (1972), really got the attention of fans and film critics alike. He made his first appearance with Gene Wilder in the very popular action/comedy Silver Streak (1976), played three different characters in Which Way Is Up? (1977) and portrayed real-life stock-car driver “Wendell Scott” in Greased Lightning (1977). Proving he was more than just a comedian, Richard Pryor wowed audiences as a disenchanted auto worker who is seduced into betraying his friends and easy money in the Paul Schrader working class drama Blue Collar (1978), also starring Yaphet Kotto and Harvey Keitel. Always a strong advocate of African/American talent, Richard Pryor next took a key role in The Wiz (1978), starring an all African/American cast, including Diana Ross and Michael Jackson, retelling the story of The Wizard of Oz (1939). His next four screen roles were primarily cameos in California Suite (1978); The Muppet Movie (1979); Wholly Moses! (1980) and In God We Tru$t (1980). However, Richard Pryor teamed up with Gene Wilder once more for the prison comedy Stir Crazy (1980), which did strong box office business. His next few films were a mixed bag of material, often inhibiting Richard Pryor `s talent, with equally mixed returns at the box office. Richard Pryor then scored second billing to Christopher Reeve in the big budget Superman III (1983), and starred alongside fellow funny man John Candy in Brewster’s Millions (1985) before revealing his inner self in the autobiographical Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling (1986). Again, Richard Pryor was somewhat hampered by poor material in his following film ventures. However, he did turn up again in See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989) with Gene Wilder, but the final product was not as sharp as their previous pairings. Richard Pryor then partnered on-screen with two other very popular African/American comic’s. The legendary Redd Foxx and 1980s comic newcomer Eddie Murphy starred with Richard Pryor in the gangster film Harlem Nights (1989) which was also directed by Eddie Murphy. Having contracted multiple sclerosis in 1986, Richard Pryor `s remaining film appearances were primarily cameos apart from his fourth and final outing with Gene Wilder in the lukewarm Another You (1991), and his final appearance in a film production was a small role in the David Lynch road flick Lost Highway (1997). Fans of this outrageous comic genius are encouraged to see his live specials Richard Pryor: Live and Smokin’ (1971); the dynamic Richard Pryor: Live in Concert (1979); Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip (1982) and Richard Pryor… Here and Now (1983). In addition, The Richard Pryor Show (1977) is a must-have for any Richard Pryor fans’ DVD collection.

Famous look alike twins Richard Pryor & Tony Gregory Jamaican singer. These two men look alike and even sound alike.

Basketball wives look alikes and twins

On the left is Jessica Rich while on the right is Malaysia Pargo.

Jessica Rich was born on 13th March 1984 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. Her nickname is Rabbit
she is 5’2″. Jessica Rich is an actress & television host. Jessica Rich has been wanting to be apart of the entertainment industry since her father worked hand-in-hand with Great Aunt Patti LaBelle under her management company PAZ. Watching her Aunt shoot for the stars and reach them inspired Rich to herself aim for success within the industry. At 22, Jessica Rich made her dreams a reality by moving to New York to push her acting and modeling career to the next level. Her break came in 2008 when she landed placement on VH1’s reality series “Real Chance of Love.” Since then Jessica Rich has been featured on productions such as “Law and Order,” “Salt,” “Brooklyn’s Finest,” and “Notorious.” Jessica’s outgoing and humorous personality was recently displayed on FOX’s hit show, ‘Take Me Out’ alongside George Lopez. Jessica Rich has also hosted for BET on the ‘106 and Park New Year’s 2008 and the ‘Notarized Top 100 Countdown 2009.’ A multi-talented performer, Jessica Rich is educated in various styles of dance and has been featured on music videos for rappers Jim Jones, LL Cool J and Fabolous. Her modeling can be viewed in various magazines including “Maxim,” “Smooth” and “Black Men.” In late 2009 Rich packed her bags and moved to Los Angeles, where she is actively moving ahead. Jessica Rich has broken into starring roles in two films, one that’s in theaters now entitled, ‘Laughing 2 the Bank’ and this September she’ll debut “An American in Hollywood,’ at HBO/BET’s Urban Film Festival and has a starring role with HBO’s the wire cast JD Williams and Hassan Johnson. Rich is also the star of her very own talk show called, ‘Jessica Rich Live‘ on KILM which airs in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas and Miami. With a passion for fashion from a young age & being raised with little money and a mom who worked 2 jobs, Jessica Rich managed to be considered, “best dressed” in high school. Her classmates always thought she was ‘rich,’ which has been her moniker along with the trademark, ‘Style It Rich!’ She has now taken her talents of hosting and style into full force by training with the best names in LA. The style makeover princess, ‘J Rich’ is excellent at what’s she does when recreating a client’s personal image and their homes all by spending very little money but making it look like she spent a mint! One of client’s include the executive producer of ‘Basketball Wives’ – Shaunie O’Neal who commissioned Jessica Rich to decorate her home. On June 2012, Jessica Rich launched a jewelry line called the ‘Jessica Rich Jewelry Collection‘ on and her accessories are worn by entertainment industry notables, Shaunie O’Neal, singers Keyshia Cole, Brooke Valentine, Estelle as well as, Vh1 personalities Karlie Redd, Draya Michelle and ‘Cali.’ The collection is very over the top and rich looking but with cheap prices. Jessica Rich is also affiliated with Style It Rich TV.

Malaysia Pargo is the wife of NBA basketball player Jannero Pargo. Malaysia Pargo grew up in Compton, California before meeting her husband at 22. She is know for being a cast member of the Reality TV show on Vh1 Basketball Wives LA where she was present in Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3. Malaysia is also called Laquisha by her close friends. Malaysia Laquisha Pargo has recently built a strong friendship with Draya and the two women share in the trials and tribulations of dating a pro-athletes on BBWLA. she is good friends with Adi Benson also know as “Bambi” also from Basketball Wives L.A. and who now appears on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta who dates rapper Lil Scrappy. During the premier of Basketball Wives L.A.  a physical altercation/ fight occurred with Laura Govan and Malaysia LaQuisha Pargo came to blows after Laura referred to Malaysia as a “hood rat.”  It is alleged that Laquisha Malaysia Pargo used to be a video model.

Jessica Rich a.k.a. Rabbit look like Malaysia Laquisha Pargo Basketball wife. Jessica Rich and Malaysia Pargo or Laquisha Pargo as she is sometimes called are famous people that look alike.

BET look alikes

On the left is DJ Damage while in the middle is Merlin Santana  a.k.a Romeo and on the right is Ronreaco Lee.

DJ Damage was born Abdul Muhammad on October 4, 1989. He is not to be confused with another DJ also named DJ Damage who is an Australian hip hop DJ and turntablist from Brisbane, Australia. Abdul Muhammad a.k.a DJ Damage is affiliated with Stay-Wit-It Entertainment and Revolt TV. Making his name synonymous to quality, ability, and achievement. After getting his first set of turntables from his mother at twelve years old, the adolescent music expert has hit the ground running. Furthermore now at the age of twenty-two, DJ Damage has as of now finished what numerous individuals twice his age could just long for. Having begun on the understudy run radio station WHIP of Temple University’s the Friday knockout Show, DJ Damage at present holds a few titles, including the most youthful on-air blender in the country, Hot 107.9’s Radio Personality, BET On-Air identity of 106 & Park, The Philly Hip Hop Honors 3 time-champ and TV host of his own web arrangement The Damage Reports. His VIP furthermore ability has even been cosigned by fabulous Djs from the business including yet not constrained to; DJ Drama, DJ Omega, DJ Jay-Ski, and Touchtone delegated Damage as “The Fresh DJ Damage ascribes his prosperity to the natural difficulties he’s been confronted with and ready to overcome as an issue. Embraced at three months old, by his minding mother, Adrienne Stokes, DJ Damage was brought up in the unpleasant region of North Philadelphia. With the backing of his mother and a modest bunch of close companions, DJ Damage graduated Temple University with a degree in Broadcasting Telecommunications and Mass Media with over a 3.0 GPA. He sets himself separated by utilizing his prosperity and superstar, to coach and address the young about the significance of training and achieving a higher education. He bundled this message in the, now yearly, DJ Harm All Hamm High School Tour. Equipped with a winning identity, while staying modest and tenacious, DJ Damage’s drive is reliably heading him to limitless achievement. He guarantees to utilize his achievements for the advancement of the eras nearing behind him.

Merlin Santana was born on March 14th 1976 and died on November 9th 2002. Merlin Santana was an American actor. His parents emigrated from the Dominican Republic and moved to New York in order to find a better life. In early 1979, he began a career as an advertising model. Merlin Santana was best known for his roles as Rudy Huxtable’s admirer Stanley on The Cosby Show, Marcus Dixon on Getting By, Marcus Henry in Under One Roof and as high school student Romeo Santana on The WB sitcom The Steve Harvey Show. He is of Dominican ancestry. In 2001, he played the role of Jermaine in the movie Flossin. In 2002, Merlin Santana appeared in the VH1 TV movie, Play’d: A Hip Hop Story with Toni Braxton. That same year, Santana landed a role in the Eddie Murphy comedy Showtime. His last television acting role was on the UPN series, Half & Half; his last film role was a 2003 comedy film, The Blues with Deon Richmond. Merlin Santana has 3 unreleased albums. He died on 9th November 2002 in Los Angeles, California, USA of homicide by gunshot.

Ronreaco Lee was born on August 27th 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He is an American TV and film on-screen character, most well known for the FOX demonstrate The Good Guys, and the BET parody Let’s Stay Together. He is also well-known as the actor in Glory (1989) and Guess Who (2005). Ronreaco Lee started his acting vocation in 1983 as the host of the brief TV program Kid’s Beat. His initial work comprised of generally minor parts in movies and TV, yet in the wake of being thrown for a part in the 1989 film Glory, his profession bloomed. By the early 1990s, Ronreaco Lee started accepting numerous visitor featuring parts in TV programs, for example, In the Heat of the Night. In 1997, he visitor featured in 413 Hope St. also Home Improvement. From 1997 to 1999, Ronreaco filled the role of the technician Tyreke “Ty” Scott in the TV arrangement Sister, Sister. At the finish of his part as Tyreke, Ronreaco Lee visitor featured on the UPN sitcom Moesha as Tate in the scene “Lets Talk about Sex.” In late 2000, Ronreaco proceeded with his long string of visitor featuring parts as the NBC restorative dramatization ER playing the character of Davis. In 2002, he visitor featured in Boston Public. Ronreaco Lee was seen in the fleeting WB sitcom All About the Andersons and in the FX hit demonstrate The Shield, and additionally the grant winning TV arrangement Monk. In 2005, he got a repeating part in NBC’s brief comic drama Committed. Ronreaco likewise had a repeating part as Chris on CW’s sitcom Girlfriends. He had a repeating part on the now drop CBS sitcom Worst Week and was assuming the part of David Emily’s spouse on In the Motherhood. Ronreaco Lee likewise had a repeating part as Julius Grant on the now wiped out Fox demonstrate The Good Guys, and plays Jamal in the new BET unique drama Let’s Stay Together. He featured in Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Ax, a twist off film focused around the TV arrangement Burn Notice. Though he had already been acting on television, Ronreaco Lee`s movie profession film started in 1988 when he was given a role as Omar in the awkward The Return of Swamp Thing. Things started to get in 1989 when he was thrown for a part in Glory with the well-known performer Denzel Washington, who got an Academy Award for the film. He likewise tackled a real part as Perry in the film How I Spent My Summer Vacation. In 2001, he showed up in the film Fire & Ice as co-star to Robert Aimes, Jr. Likewise in 2001, he showed up in the free film Jacked Up close by Anna Maria Horsford and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper Bizzy Bone. In 2005, Ronreaco Lee additionally co-featured as Reggie in Guess Who with Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher. Most as of late, he plays the character of Blaine in the WB satire Americanizing Shelley. He additionally played a legal counselor called “Hurl” in the Tyler Perry film, Madea Goes to Jail, discharged February 20, 2009. He now plays Miles in a play about HIV/AIDS called What You Don’t Know Can Kill You.

DJ Damage (American DJ born by the name Abdul Muhammad), Merlin Santana  a.k.a Romeo and Ronreaco Lee are famous people that look alike. They have the same color complexion. The same color eyes and low hair cuts with a mustache and chin hair.

Ali and Christian Ragin

On the left is Ali fo Rap/ Hip hop group Travis Porter while on the right is model Christian Ragin.

Christian Ragin is no stranger to the world of fashion or modeling. He was born in Washington, DC, but raised in the south, because of his father’s fundraising profession, he lives, breathes, and eats his goal of being a legendary model. After being discovered at a Morehouse College Homecoming Fashion Show, model Ragin went on to later become signed with Elite Milano.
Christian Ragin once stated in an interview with Luxurious PROTOTYPE (LP), ” My advice to aspiring models would be to remember that location is very important. The primary market for fashion models in the U.S. is NYC. Don’t spend a lot of money on pictures. Most agencies want to see clean shots. They can get a good direction from those. Don’t do anything too glamorous unless you know a renowned photographer. Get your body in the best shape. Walk into the agencies and see what response you get from them and take it from there. Anything other than that is what you should not be doing.” When ask If being a successful model had a recipe, what would be the ingredients? by Luxurious PROTOTYPE (LP), Christian Ragin  replied, “It would start with a dash of confidence, which is of the most upmost importance. You’re around the most beautiful people in the world and you’ll need confidence to keep you afloat. Add in a pint of patience. Everyone’s career doesn’t explode at the same time, so patience is key in making sure you stay determined. Add in a few cups of hustle. You must be prepared at all times to fly across the world in short notice. End with persistence and top it all off with attitude because it is everything in modeling.” Ragin has been in Keisha Cole’s “Trust” featuring R&B artist Monica, Kelly Rowland’s “Motivation,” Beyonce’s video “Run the World,” and more recently Miranda Brooke’s “Hater.” Christian Ragin is already breaking strides as one of the few black male models in Versace’s Exclusive in Milan. He was the main video feature for Sevyn Streeter Feat. YG – nEXt music video. Christian Ragin was a operations Intern for Maison Margiela, Dsquared, and Diesel Denim Gallery. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree, Business Administration, Management and Operations from 2005 – 2009 at Morehouse College. Christian Ragin, born on June 21, 1987 in Washington DC but was raised in Atlanta Georgia. He now resides between New York and Milan as he embraces the changes that come with his burgeoning modeling career. Christian Ragin, raised predominately by his five older siblings, prides himself on his ability to learn and adapt. While at Morehouse College in 2009, Christian was scouted by Elite Model Management. He immediately shot with photographer Derek Blanks, and worked regularly with Macy’s and several other well known catalogue clients. Christian Ragin had his breakout modeling debut in 2010 as a model in Versace’s Fashion Week presentation in Paris. After graduating Morehouse, he followed his dream to New York, and signed on with Request Model Management. Focused on developing his career, Christian Ragin started acting classes at the prestigious Black Nexxus Studio with world renowned acting coach Susan Batson where he started acting in short film and video. In his short career he has accomplished so much including shoots with well known photographers Cliff Watts, Albert Watson, John Malinowski, and Idris & Tony. Christian Ragin has walked BET’s Rip the Runway, Live Mechanics and Rivera Club during New York fashion week, and in Milan for Versace as he gears up to do it again in January 2012 in Milan. He has been featured on several blogs, websites, and in publications including Arise, Man About Town, Cosmo, Bleu, Ammo, Uptown, The Source, Client, FAB, Vibe, and XXL and this is only the beginning.
Ali of rap group Travis Porter who`s real name is Lakeem Mattox, is a member of the three members Travis Porter it consists him, his stepbrother Donquez “Quez” Woods and Harold “Strap” Duncan. Travis Porter is an American hip hop group from Decatur, Georgia. Ali and Quez (stepbrothers) met Strap while attending the same middle school. The three grew up together and in 2006 began exploring music.The group’s biggest hits are “Aww Yea”, “Go Shorty Go”, “Bananas”, “Ayy Ladies”, “Bring It Back” and “Make It Rain” produced by F-K-I. Travis Porter released a biographical film titled Proud to be a Problem on May 18, 2010.Travis Porter has a YouTube channel with over 130 million views and a Twitter page. In November 2010 the trio signed with Jive Records. The group started out as the Hard Hitters, but changed their name to Travis Porter in late 2008 to be more marketable. Besides performing throughout the USA, Travis Porter has performed internationally. In 2008 the trio played in Kaiserslautern and Bamberg, Germany. Travis Porter would quickly earned major popularity through their mixtapes, show performances & through social media. Four of their biggest underground hits include “Black Boy White Boy”, “Uh Huh”, “Go Shorty Go” & “All the Way Turnt Up”. They appeared in one of Atlanta’s biggest concerts, Birthday Bash, during the summer of 2010 on the The Mo’Nique Show. They performed with Canada’s own Drake at BMI’s Unsigned Artist showcase in Atlanta. Though when they were unsigned they still worked with notable signed artist such as Roscoe Dash, Fast Life Yungstaz & Waka Flocka Flame. Travis Porter was also featured on MTV Jams Feb 5. The group also received Myspace’s #1 unsigned group title. Their single “Go Shorty Go” made it on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Chart and in fall 2010. They also recently joined the BMI family.[when?] The trio was honored in the Underground Music Awards 2010 in New York City with other well-known underground artists like J. Cole with the “Most Dynamic Rap Group Duo” award. Gucci Mane reportedly announced interest in signing Travis Porter to 1017 Brick Squad Records, saying “Just give me 12-15 songs. I don’t know about that other stuff. Handle your business”.But the group would eventually end up signing a record deal with Jive Records.
On December 22, 2010 their debut studio album single “Make it Rain” hit number 50 on the urban radio charts and debuted on the charts at number 97 then climbed to number 46. On October 7, 2011 RCA Music Group announced it was disbanding Jive Records along with Arista Records and J Records. With the shutdown, the group (and all other artists previously signed to these three labels) will release their future material on the RCA Records brand. On February 7, 2011 Travis Porter released their second single entitled “Bring It Back”. In 2012, their single “Ayy Ladies” with Young Money rapper Tyga peaked at #56 on the Hot 100 and topped the Heatseekers Songs chart, becoming Porter’s most successful song to date. Their debut studio album, From Day 1, was released on May 29, 2012 on RCA Records and Porter House Music. On March 5, 2013 Travis Porter released their eleventh mixtape entitled Mr Porter. Travis Porter starred in their debut movie Red Rock, released on November 20, 2012. “All the Way Turnt Up” caused controversy with Roscoe Dash. After Roscoe Dash came up with the song and asked Travis Porter to be featured on it Travis Porter added the song to their mixtape causing fans to believe it was not Roscoe Dash’s song, but Travis Porter’s. Soon Roscoe Dash released another version of the song through his label Interscope Records featuring Soulja Boy. The group Travis Porter signed with Jive Records near the end of 2010, but the label would be closed in 2011 by its parent company, RCA. The group’s debut album, From Day 1, finally arrived in 2012 on RCA with productions from Diplo, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, and others.

Ali of rap group Travis Porter and model Christian Ragin are famous people that look alike.

Look like twins Kendra C Johnson & Tamela J Mann fptla

On the left is Kendra C. Johnson and on the right is Tamela J. Mann.

Tamela J. Mann was born June 9th 1966. She is an American actress and gospel singer, known for her role as Cora in Tyler Perry’s plays, including I Can Do Bad All By Myself, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea’s Family Reunion, Madea’s Class Reunion, Meet the Browns, and What’s Done in the Dark. Tamela J. Mann began her career as a singer with the gospel group Kirk Franklin and the Family. Mann was a featured soloist on several tracks while with Franklin’s group, including “Don’t Take Your Joy Away”, “Now Behold the Lamb”, and “Lean on Me”, the latter of which also included Mary J. Blige, Crystal Lewis, R. Kelly, and Bono. She released her own album, the Master Plan, in 2009. Tamela J. Mann has also made appearances in movies such as Kingdom Come. Tamela J. Mann was born Tamela Jean Johnson in Fort Worth, Texas, and is the youngest of 14 children. She and her siblings grew up in a very spiritual home which was grounded in the Church of God in Christ (COGIC). They were properly reared by their mother whom they called “Mother Eppe.” Mother Eppe believed in and exercised solid bible principles. Mother Eppe was a psalmist in her own right. By the age of 12, Mann was singing in the church’s adult choir and often selected to sing solos. Although she was bashful, she blossomed in the local church and high school choirs. Tamela J. Mann`s musical career began when she joined up with the multi-grammy award winning and double platinum gospel phenomenon Kirk Franklin and the Family. Tamela J. Mann has also enjoyed collaborating and performing with numerous artists such as Yolanda Adams, Mary J. Blige, Al Green, Celine Dion, Bono, R. Kelly and Fred Hammond. She went on to join the gospel musical cast of David E. Talbert as he directed the stage play “He Say…She Say…But What Does God Say?” She is currently filming a new cooking show with her husband David Mann, called “Hanging with the Mann’s”. Mann appeared in the upcoming 2012 film Sparkle, a remake of 1976 film of the same name, alongside Whitney Houston and American Idol winner and R&B singer Jordin Sparks, who made her film debut. The film was released on August 17, 2012. In 2005, Tamela J. Mann & her husband David Mann created their own label entitled Tillymann Music Group on which they have released several projects through. In 2005 her solo album titled “Gotta Keep Movin” was released. In 2007 she released her first live album “The Live Experience”. Mann’s explosive songs “Father Can You hear Me” and “Take It To Jesus” can be heard in the movie and on the soundtrack album of Diary of a Mad Black Woman. In 2009 Mann’s second Studio album “The Master Plan” was released and peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Gospel Album Chart, as well as peaking at number 97 on the Billboard 200. Mann’s third studio album “Best Days” was released on August 14, 2012. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart, as well as #14 on the Billboard 200. Tamela Mann won Stellar Award’s “Best Female Gospel Artist of the year” in 2014, as well as Best Gospel Artist at the 2014 BET Awards.

Kendra C. Johnson was born on December 26, 1976 in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Kendra C. Johnson is known for her work on Love Thy Neighbor (2013), Phat Girlz (2006) and How to Use a Pillow (2011). During her career, She has done many acting roles in the entertainment industry including her roles as Stacey in the 2006 movie Phat Girlz; and recurring role as Renee Royce in the BET series The Game in 2007. On May 2013, It was announced she would join the cast of the new sitcom Love Thy Neighbor.
Her filmography also includes Glass Heels (2011 TV movie) as Angel; The Single Moms Club (2014) as Alicia;  The Shield (2005) as Eliza in1 episode; Strong Medicine (2006) as Sierra Atkins 1 episode; Bones (2006) as Doctor #1 in 1 episode; ‘Til Death ( 2010) as Customer in 1 episode; and Love Thy Neighbor (2013) as Linda Love-Harris 23 episodes. Kendra C. Johnson  has appeared in PLUS Model Magazine featured in her very own fashion editorial and walked in the finale runway show, which concluded LA’s first Full Figured Fashion Week. She has, also ripped the runway for Celebrity Catwalk, a celebrity fashion show benefitting the National Animal Rescue. In addition, she’s volunteered her time at Hollywood NOW Love Your Body Day, an annual event where women celebrate a day of self-acceptance and positive body image. Kendra C. Johnson is much more than a talented actress and spokes model for curvy women. From community activism to national and international involvement, she is an ambassador for womanhood and personal development for women and girls. She does mentoring teenage girls. In that spirit, one facet has been serving as the proud coach of the SUPERGIRLS Double Dutch Team which is a competition and demonstration team in Los Angeles. A jumper herself, Kendra C. Johnson has also worked with the National Double Dutch League, in support of its programming and commitment to getting our youth MOVING. She is passionate advocate for Breast Cancer research and awareness, Kendra is currently putting the final touches on her first producing project, R&B artist Aaron DePonce’s So Beautiful, which is a music video starring and celebrating the lives of Breast Cancer Survivors. Kendra C. Johnson career portfolio, will allow her the opportunity to engage readers monthly as the new Empowerment Editor for PLUS Model Magazine which is the premiere virtual magazine celebrating the plus size industry. As is her intention with all her endeavors, her monthly article “Dreaming BIG with Kendra C. Johnson” will strive to inspire, educate, provoke dialogue and promote empowerment.

Tamela J Mann and Kendra C Johnson are famous people that look alike. They are both plus size actresses with curvacious bodies with brown to reddish hair and light brown caramel skin.

Famous natural blondes in Hollywood

On the left is actresses  Christina Applegate while on the right is Kelly Berning is an editor and cast of TMZ.

Actress Christina Applegate was born 25th November 1971, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. She is 5′ 5″ white blonde. Christina Applegate played Kelly Bundy on Married with Children (1987-1997) which starred Ed O’Neill as Al Bundy. She portrayed her character for ten years (1987–97). While working on the series. Christina Applegate was seen in Dance ’til Dawn (1988, NBC) and in Streets (1990), in which a teenage drug addict is stalked by a psychotic police officer. Christina Applegate guest-starred in 21 Jump Street (1988) and Top of the Heap (1991, as Kelly Bundy), and hosted Saturday Night Live (May 8, 1993, and October 13, 2012) and MADtv (1996). The character of Sue Ellen Crandell in the black comedy feature Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead (1991) was Christina Applegate`s first starring role in a mainstream film, playing a rebellious teenager who is forced to take care of siblings after their summer babysitter dies. Christina Applegate followed with roles in films such as Vibrations (1995), Across the Moon (1995), Wild Bill (1995), Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks! (1996), and Gregg Araki’s Nowhere (1997). After the sitcom Married with Children was canceled in May 1997, Christina Applegate starred as Claudine Van Doozen in the independent feature Claudine’s Return (a.k.a. Kiss of Fire), was cast in the action-comedy The Big Hit, and played the fiancée of a mob descendant in the Mafia satire Jane Austen’s Mafia (1998). Christina Applegate was one of the founding members of the Pussycat Dolls, which debuted at Johnny Depp’s Viper Room on the Sunset Strip in 1995. Christina Applegate emceed for the group when they moved to The Roxy in 2002. In 1998, Christina Applegate was given the title role in the NBC sitcom Jesse. The series debuted in 1998, received rave reviews, and brought Christina Applegate a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Female Performer in a New TV series and the TV Guide Award for Star of a New Series as well as a nomination at the Golden Globe Awards for Lead Actress in a Comedy. Though the series gained critical praise, it was canceled in 2000. The new millennium saw Christina Applegate playing the dual role of a 12th-century noblewoman, Princess Rosalind, and her 21st-century descendant, Julia Malfete, in the time-travel comedy Just Visiting (2001). After gaining wide notice for playing Cameron Diaz’s level-headed best friend, Courtney Rockcliffe, in The Sweetest Thing (2002), Christina Applegate continued to play roles in such films as Heroes (2002), and the romantic airplane comedy View from the Top (2003), as well as in the true crime film Wonderland (2003), based on the Wonderland murders, and the Gram Parsons biopic Grand Theft Parsons (2003). In 2004, Christina Applegate starred alongside Ben Affleck in the holiday comedy Surviving Christmas, and alongside Matt Dillon in Employee of the Month. Behind the screen, she was the executive producer of Comforters, Miserable (2001). Christina Applegate guest-starred on two episodes of Friends, in the ninth (2002) and tenth (2003) seasons, titled “The One with Rachel’s Other Sister” and “The One Where Rachel’s Sister Babysits” as Amy Green, Rachel Green’s (Jennifer Aniston) sister. She won the Primetime Emmy Award for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy for her performance in “The One with Rachel’s Other Sister”. On the silver screen, she portrayed TV anchorwoman Veronica Corningstone in the 2004 films Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and the bonus film Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie (an alternative film comprising alternate takes and deleted scenes and story elements). In addition to her screen work, Christina Applegate has performed on stage in such productions as The Axeman’s Jazz, Nobody Leaves Empty Handed, and The Runthrough, as well as John Cassavetes’ The Third Day (co-starring Gena Rowlands). She also lent her voice to the character Catherine the Cat in the 3-D talking animal sequel Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. According to Christina Applegate , she said it was her mother that wanted her to be involved in the film. Prior to Cats & Dogs 2, she voiced Brittany (one of the Chipettes) in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009) and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (2011). She starred in the NBC sitcom Up All Night with Maya Rudolph and Will Arnett and the show debuted on September 14, 2011. On February 8, 2013, she left the series after its second season hiatus which was leading into a planned format change. In 2006, Christina Applegate appeared in Jessica Simpson’s music video “A Public Affair” alongside Eva Longoria, Ryan Seacrest, and Christina Milian. She starred in the ABC comedy Samantha Who? from October 15, 2007, until it was canceled on May 18, 2009. The series costarred Jean Smart, Jennifer Esposito, and Melissa McCarthy. The series was about a 30-year-old who, after a hit-and-run accident, develops amnesia and has to rediscover her life, her relationships and herself.[11] Shortly after the cancellation was announced, Applegate began a campaign to get the show back into production, which was a failure. Applegate topped the list of People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People in 2009. Christina Applegate appeared with her TV brother David Faustino (Bud Bundy from Married with Children) in an episode of Faustino’s show Star-ving. Christina Applegate  has had major roles in several films, including Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead (1991), The Big Hit (1998), The Sweetest Thing (2002), Grand Theft Parsons (2003), Anchorman (2004) and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013), Farce of the Penguins (2007), Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009) and Hall Pass (2011). She has also starred in numerous Broadway theatre productions such as the 2005 revival of the musical Sweet Charity. She also played the lead role in the sitcoms Jesse (1998–2000) and Samantha Who? (2007–09) and starred in the NBC comedy Up All Night (2011–12) before leaving over the creative direction of the series, which was canceled shortly afterward. Christina Applegate is the daughter of record producer and record company executive Robert “Bob” William Applegate and singer-actress, Nancy Priddy. Her ancestry includes English, Scottish, German, Irish, Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), Welsh, Dutch, French, Danish, and Swedish. Her parents separated shortly after her birth. She has two half-siblings (Alisa and Kyle) from her father’s remarriage. Following her parents’ divorce, her mother had a relationship with musician Stephen Stills. After her television debut with her mother in the soap opera Days of Our Lives and a commercial for Playtex baby bottles at three and five months respectively, Christina Applegate made her film debut in the 1979 film King Cobra at the age of seven, followed by 1981’s Beatlemania. She debuted in a television movie as young Grace Kelly in the biopic, Grace Kelly (1983) and appeared in her first TV series in Showtime’s political comedy, Washingtoon (1985), in which she played a Congressman’s daughter. She was also spotted as a guest in the shows, Father Murphy (1981), Charles in Charge (1984 and 1985), and Silver Spoons (1986). In 1986, Christina Applegate won the role of Robin Kennedy (1986–87), a policeman’s daughter, in the police drama series Heart of the City. Meanwhile, she was also seen guest starring in the sitcoms All is Forgiven, Still the Beaver, Amazing Stories, and Family Ties episode “Band on the Run” (1987) as Kitten. On October 20, 2001, Christina Applegate married actor Johnathon Schaech in Palm Springs, California. Schaech filed for divorce in December 2005, citing irreconcilable differences, and the divorce was finalized in August 2007. In 2009, she began dating musician Martyn LeNoble. They became engaged on Valentine’s Day 2010, and wed on February 23, 2013, at their Los Angeles home. It is the second marriage for both. They have one daughter, Sadie Grace, born in January 2011. Christina Applegate is a vegetarian, and in 2007, appeared in an anti-fur ad for PETA.

Kelly Berning is an editor and cast of TMZ. Kelly Berning was born Kelly Elizabeth Berning on 14th October 1977, Independence, Kentucky, USA.

Actress Christina Applegate and Kelly Berning of TMZ cast are famous people that look alike. They are both blond, white, funny females with similar features.


Rappers that look alike

On the left is battle rapper Loaded Lux while on the right is Kingtrell of Last Kings Records who normally seen with rapper Tyga.

Loaded Lux is a Smack DVD battle rapper from Harlem, New York City, USA. Loaded Lux name is sometimes misspelled Loaded Lucks by people not too familiar with the battle rapper.  Loaded Lux real name is John Lucks. He is affiliated with Leagues URL (SMACK DVD), Lions Den. His motto or punch line is “You gon get this work!”. He is also referred to as Lux. Loaded Lux  also appeared on Road to Total Slaughter a reality series on Fuse TV where battle rappers compete against each other. Loaded Lux also appeared on 106 & park in 2007 where he won seven times in a row and went on to the BET 106 & Park Freestyle Friday hall of fame. Loaded Lux has always been appreciative of the attempts of his parents to make sure he stayed focused and disciplined at a young age. It was at St. Charles Borromeo Elementary School and Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx where Lux learned a lot about himself, his priorities, and the drive he needed to be successful. These skills carried over into his music career and helped him become the man and music artist he is today.

Kingtrell as he calls himself is one of Tyga`s hype men. He is signed to Tyga`a record label Last Kings Entertainment and works with Tyga with his clothing line Last Kings. King Trell also raps and has done a few music videos found on YouTube and Worldstarhip. He has a video and song called Grindin My Whole Life Freestyle [Last Kings Records] which the chorus goes, “Shining My Whole Life”, he also had a song with Young100 called Tru Dat.

Battle rapper Loaded Lux and King Trell are famous people that look alike. Both men rap are brown in complex and have low hair trims with shaped up goatees.

famous people who look alike simeon panda & mr kurt diggler

On the left is Kurt Diggler and on the right is Simeon Panda.

Kurt Diggler is a rapper born in Oakland, California came from hardships and life of a hustler landed him a few years in jail. After being released he quickly changed his life for the better and took up making music as an outlet for his former ways. Sharing his stories and experiences in the street life has brought him to being known as a “real rapper” today. This multi-talented Oakland California rapper broke through into underground rap scene in 2009. Working with close associates DB Tha General and Elzie On Tha Beat,

Simeon Panda is a bodybuilder from London, England. In 2014 he is 26 years old 6’1″ and 230 lbs. The ferocity of a power lifter with arguably one of the most aesthetically impressive natural physiques in the world, Musclemania Pro Natural Bodybuilder Simeon Panda is cut from a different cloth. The London born athlete who maintains a stage worthy defined promotable physique all year round is an advocate for natural bodybuilding and an inspiration to anyone who wants to achieve the unimaginable.
The London born Musclemania Pro who maintains a stage worthy defined promotable physique all year round is an advocate for natural bodybuilding and an inspiration to anyone who wants to achieve the unimaginable. His affiliates are Musclemania and MyProtein. He was Musclemania Europe 2013 Champion. He website is Simeon Panda is a good friend of fellas bodybuilder Ulisses Jr also known as Ulisses.

Kurt Diggler and Simeon Panda  are famous people that look alike. Both men are medium brown in their complexion and low hair cuts normally with fades and do not have excessive facial hair only mustache and chin hair.