Category: Male Celebrities Who Look Alike

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.

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.


Lil bibby looks like boy from 1988 movie Coming to America

On the left is the little light boy from the 1988 movie Coming to America while on the right is rapper Lil Bibby from Chicago.

Lil Bibby was born Brandon Dickerson on July 18th 1994. He is an American hip hop recording artist from Chicago, Illinois. He released his debut mixtape in 2013, which was titled Free Crack.  Lil Bibby grew up on the east side of Chicago. He stated in an interview it was a hard place to grow up and he witnessed a lot of different things. The Free Crack mixtape was released in 2013. The title of the album was said to have links to Kanye West’s track, “Crack Music”, which featured on his Late Registration album. Lil Bibby and Kanye West are both from Chicago. He also cited Drake and Jadakiss as two of his favorite rappers. Vice stated that the debut mixtape had clear influences from both rappers. His debut mixtape features guest appearances from Lil Herb, King L and others. The production is handled by DJ L, Hit-Boy, Black Metaphor, Young Chop, The Olympicks and others. DJ Scream hosted the mixtape. The mixtape combines a gruff and imposing voice, along with a solid delivery and flow. The tracks are hard-hitting with plenty of bass and strong lyrics from Bibby. One of the standout beats from the mixtape is “Whole Crew”, which was produced by Hit-Boy. There have been released 4 music videos of the mixtape “How We Move” featuring King L, “Change”, “Water” and “Tired Of Talkin’”. In an interview with XXL magazine in December 2013, Bibby hinted that the next step for his career could be an EP. In early 2014, it was also stated that the rapper Drake was a huge fan of Bibby and that they’d spoken in 2013, before the release of Bibby’s debut mixtape. Bibby said it pushed him onto improve his debut release, adding the tracks ‘Water’ and ‘Whole Crew’. In January 2014, Bibby appeared on Sway’s radio show ‘Sway in the Morning’. On the show he spoke about the success of his debut mixtape, and also dropped a live freestyle. During the same month, Bibby also featured on New York’s radio station, Hot 97. During the same month, Bibby stated in an interview will Billboard that he was working on material for an EP, but was waiting on a couple of features.Lil Bibby also appeared on the 2014 XXL Freshman class list. He was the last person selected to the list, due to Young Thug’s last minute cancellation. In July 2014 he made two guest appearances on songs, having collaborated with Memphis rapper Juicy J and being featured on the official remix to “Main Chick” by Kid Ink. After a few delays, Bibby’s sophomore mixtape, Free Crack 2, was released on August 29, 2014. Free Crack 2 is hosted by DJ Drama and includes features from Lil Herb, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Jadakiss, Anthony Hamilton and others. The mixtape has production from Juicy J, Honorable C-NOTE, Sonny Digital, DJ Pain 1 & others. The mixtape was released for free digital download and rapidly accumulated over 120,000 downloads. Free Crack 2 was received with critical acclaim. XXL magazine awarded the mixtape an XL, praising the mixtape’s authenticity, catchy hooks and production, while also commenting that the mixtape showcases Bibby’s “growth as an artist.” RedEye awarded the mixtape three stars out of four, commenting on the tape’s maturity and versatility and praising the ability of the song ‘Dead or in Prison’ to let Bibby’s “emotion and natural charisma do the heavy lifting.”

In the movie Coming to America with Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall there is a scene where Samuel L. Jackson came in to rob the McDowell Fast Food McDowell. In the robbery scene there is a boy who was a customer who sheltered under a table during the robbery attempt. That boy look just like rapper Lil Bibby.

Bill Maher has a french and dutch look alike

On the left is Bill Maher while on the right is Frans de Waal.

Franciscus Bernardus MariaFrans” de Waal, PhD was born 29th October 1948. He is a Dutch primatologist and ethologist. He is the Charles Howard Candler professor of Primate Behavior at 399 Psychology Building in the Emory University psychology department in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. de Waal received his Ph.D. in Biology and Zoology from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, in 1977. He completed his postdoctoral study of chimpanzees while associated with Utrecht University, in 1981, and moved the same year to the USA. He has been a National Academy of Sciences member since 2004, and a Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences member since 1993. Time Magazine featured him in 2007 as one of the World’s One Hundred Most Influential People. Frans de Waal is the Ig Nobel Prize winner, in the Anatomy category. He is also the Director of Living Links at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center and was responsible for writing the book, The Bonobo and the Atheist: In Search of Humanism among the Primates. He is author of numerous books including Chimpanzee Politics and Our Inner Ape. In 2012 was featured in a Youtube video showing Capuchin monkey fairness experiment (Two Monkeys Were Paid Unequally: Excerpt from Frans de Waal’s TED Talk) where two monkey where given two different types of food cucumbers and grapes and observed their reaction at seeing it. The video was a very funny viral video on the internet. His research centers on primate social behavior, including conflict resolution, cooperation, inequity aversion, and food-sharing. He is a Member of the United States National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Frans de Waal was born in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, North Brabant, Netherlands. Frans de Waal studied at the Dutch universities of Radboud University Nijmegen, University of Groningen, and Utrecht. In 1977, De Waal received his doctorate in biology from Utrecht University after training as a zoologist and ethologist with Professor Jan van Hooff, a well-known expert of emotional facial expressions in primates. His dissertation research concerned aggressive behavior and alliance formation in macaques. In 1975, Frans de Waall began a six-year project on the world’s largest captive colony of chimpanzees at the Arnhem Zoo. The study resulted in many scientific papers, and resulted in publication of his first book, Chimpanzee Politics, in 1982. This book offered the first description of primate behavior explicitly in terms of planned social strategies. De Waal was first to introduce the thinking of Machiavelli to primatology, leading to the label “Machiavellian Intelligence” that later became associated with it. In his writings, De Waal has never shied away from attributing emotions and intentions to his primates, and as such his work inspired the field of primate cognition that, three decades later, flourishes around themes of cooperation, altruism, and fairness. His early work also drew attention to deception and conflict resolution, nowadays two major areas of research. Initially, all of this was highly controversial. Thus, the label of “reconciliation”, which De Waal introduced for reunions after fights, was questioned at first, but is now fully accepted with respect to animal behavior. Recently, De Waal‘s work has emphasized non-human animal empathy and even the origins of morality. His most widely cited paper, written with his former student Stephanie Preston, concerns the evolutionary origin and neuroscience of empathy, not just in primates, but in mammals in general. Frans de Waal‘s name is also associated with Bonobo, the “make love – not war” primate that he has made popular. But even his Bonobo studies are secondary to the larger goal of understanding what binds primate societies together rather than how competition structures them. Competition is not ignored in his work: the original focus of De Waal‘s research, before he was well known, was aggressive behavior and social dominance. Whereas his science focuses on the behavior of nonhuman primates (mostly chimpanzees, bonobos, macaques, and capuchin monkeys), his popular books have given De Waal worldwide visibility by relating the insights he has gained from monkey and ape behavior to human society. With his students, he has also worked on elephants, which are increasingly featured in his writings.
His research into the innate capacity for empathy among primates has led De Waal to the conclusion that non-human great apes and humans are simply different types of apes, and that empathic and cooperative tendencies are continuous between these species. His belief is illustrated in the following quote from The Age of Empathy:
“We start out postulating sharp boundaries, such as between humans and apes, or between apes and monkeys, but are in fact dealing with sand castles that lose much of their structure when the sea of knowledge washes over them. They turn into hills, leveled ever more, until we are back to where evolutionary theory always leads us: a gently sloping beach.”
This is quite opposite to the view of some economists and anthropologists, who love to postulate differences between humans and other animals. However, recent work on prosocial tendencies in apes and monkeys supports De Waal‘s position. See, for example, the research of Felix Warneken, a psychologist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. In 2011, De Waal and his co-workers were the first to report that chimpanzees given a free choice between helping only themselves or helping themselves plus a partner, prefer the latter. In fact, De Waal does not believe these tendencies to be restricted to humans and apes, but views empathy and sympathy as universal mammalian characteristics, a view that over the past decade has gained support from studies on rodents and other mammals, such as dogs. He and his students have also extensively worked on fairness, leading to a video that went viral on inequity aversion among capuchin monkeys. The most recent work in this area was the first demonstration that given a chance to play the Ultimatum game, chimpanzees respond in the same way as children and human adults by preferring the equitable outcome. In 1981, Frans de Waal moved to the United States for a position at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center, and in 1991 took a position at Emory University, in Atlanta, GA. He is currently C.H. Candler professor in the Psychology Department at Emory and director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center. He became an American citizen in 2008. His 2013 book The Bonobo and the Atheist examines human behavior through the eyes of a primatologist, and explores how much God and religion are needed for human morality. The main conclusion is that morality comes from within, and is part of human nature. The role of religion is secondary. De Waal also writes a column for Psychologie, a popular Dutch monthly magazine. Since September 1st, 2013, Frans de Waall is a Distinguished Professor (Universiteitshoogleraar) at the University of Utrecht. This is a part-time appointment — he remains in his position at Emory University, in Atlanta.


Wikiquote has quotations related to: Frans de Waal

“The possibility that empathy resides in parts of the brain so ancient that we share them with rats should give pause to anyone comparing politicians with those poor, underestimated creatures.”
“I’ve argued that many of what philosophers call moral sentiments can be seen in other species. In chimpanzees and other animals, you see examples of sympathy, empathy, reciprocity, a willingness to follow social rules. Dogs are a good example of a species that have and obey social rules; that’s why we like them so much, even though they’re large carnivores.”
“To endow animals with human emotions has long been a scientific taboo. But if we do not, we risk missing something fundamental, about both animals and us.”
“Atheism will need to be combined with something else, something more constructive than its opposition to religion, to be relevant to our lives. The only possibility is to embrace morality as natural to our species.” “The Bonobo and the Atheist,” 2013.
“Being both more systematically brutal than chimps and more empathic than bonobos, we are by far the most bipolar ape. Our societies are never completely peaceful, never completely competitive, never ruled by sheer selfishness, and never perfectly moral.”
“The enemy of science is not religion… . The true enemy is the substitution of thought, reflection, and curiosity with dogma.”The Bonobo and the Atheist”, 2013.


Bill Maher was born William Maher, Jr. on January 20th 1956 in New York City. He is an American stand-up comedian, television host, political commentator, satirist, author, and actor who is 5′ 8″ tall. Before his current role as the host of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, he hosted a similar late-night talk show called Politically Incorrect, originally on Comedy Central and later on ABC. Bill Maher is known for his sarcastic attitude, political satire and sociopolitical commentary, which targets a wide swath of topics including religion, politics, bureaucracies of many kinds, political correctness, the mass media, greed among people and persons in positions of high political and social power, and the lack of intellectual curiosity in the electorate. Bill Maher supports the legalization of marijuana and same-sex marriage. His critical views of religion were the basis for the 2008 documentary film Religulous. He serves on the board of PETA and is an advisory board member of Project Reason. In 2005, Bill Maher ranked at number 38 on Comedy Central’s 100 greatest stand-up comedians of all time. Bill Maher received a Hollywood Walk of Fame star on September 14, 2010. His father, William Maher, Sr., was a network news editor and radio announcer, and his mother, Julie Maher (née Berman), was a nurse. He was raised in his Irish American father’s Catholic religion, unaware that his Hungarian American mother was Jewish until his early teens. Owing to his disagreement with the Catholic Church’s doctrine about birth control, Maher’s father stopped taking him and his sister to Catholic church services when Bill Maher was thirteen. Bill Maher won an array of awards, including an Emmy Award for Outstanding Technical Direction, two CableACE awards for Best Talk Show Series, and a Genesis Award for Best Television Talk Show all for producing, writing and hosting of Politically Incorrect. Politically Incorrect was canceled on June 16, 2002, and the Sinclair Broadcast Group had dropped the show from its ABC-affiliated stations months prior. On June 22, 2002, just six days after the cancellation of Politically Incorrect, Bill Maher received the Los Angeles Press Club president’s award (for “championing free speech”). Bill Maher was on the board of judges for the 2002 PEN/Newman’s Own First Amendment Award. In 2003, Bill Maher became the host, co-producer and co-writer of Real Time with Bill Maher, a weekly hour-long political comedy talk show on the cable television network HBO. It is currently in its 12th season. During an interview, Maher told Terry Gross (on NPR’s Fresh Air) that he much prefers having serious and well-informed guests on his program, as opposed to the random celebrities that fleshed out his roundtable discussions on Politically Incorrect. As with his previous show, Politically Incorrect, Bill Maher begins Real Time with a comic opening monologue based upon current events and other topical issues. He proceeds to a one-on-one interview with a guest, either in-studio or via satellite. Following the interview, Maher sits with three panelists, usually consisting of pundits, authors, activists and journalists, for a discussion of the week’s events. In the segment “New Rules” at the end of each show, Maher delivers a humorous editorial on popular culture and American politics. Real Time has earned widespread praise. It has been nominated for more than ten Primetime Emmy Awards and six Writer’s Guild awards. In 2007, Maher and his co-producers were awarded the Television Producer of the Year Award in Variety Television by the Producers Guild of America. Maher holds the record for the most Emmy nominations without a win, having been nominated on 22 occasions and not winning once. Eleven of the nominations were for Politically Incorrect, while nine were for Real Time. The other two were nominations for two of his HBO comedy specials: Bill Maher: I’m Swiss and Bill Maher: The Decider. For the last eighteen years, Bill Maher has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television. First on “Politically Incorrect” (Comedy Central, ABC, 1993-2002), and for the last nine years on HBO’s “Real Time,” Maher’s combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have garnered him 24 Emmy nominations. In October of 2008, this same combination was on display in Maher’s uproarious and unprecedented swipe at organized religion, “Religulous,” directed by Larry Charles (“Borat”). The documentary has gone on to become the 7th Highest Grossing Documentary ever. He started his career as a stand-up comedian in 1979 and still performs over fifty dates a year in Las Vegas, and in sold-out theaters across the country. Two of his eight stand-up specials for HBO have been nominated for Emmy awards. Bill Maher attended Cornell University. He now resides in Los Angeles. He holds the record for most Emmy nominations without a win: 32 (as of 2013). He host of Real Time with Bill Maher (2003), live on Friday nights at 11:30pm on Home Box Office. [February 2003].

Franciscus Bernardus MariaFrans” de Waal and Bill Maher or William Maher are famous people who look alike. They have a full head of white hair. They are intelligent white influential men.

Dark skin athletes with a goatee  facial hair beard

On the left is NBA shooting guard Ben Gordon while on the right is skateboarder Terry Kennedy owner of Fly Society.

Ben Gordon was born Benjamin Ashenafi Gordon on April 4th 1983. He is a British-American professional basketball player born in London, England to Jamaican parents who currently plays in NBA. Ben Gordon is a 6’3″ two guard or shooting guard in the NBA. He played college basketball for the University of Connecticut or UConn with teammate at Connecticut, Emeka Okafor and won a national championship with them in 2004. He is the only player to have ever won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award as a rookie. Gordon is second in career three point field goals for the Chicago Bulls, behind Kirk Hinrich. As a freshman at Connecticut, Ben Gordon ranked second on the team in scoring (12.6 ppg), despite coming off the bench for most of the season. He hit the game winning 3-point field goal against Villanova in the Big East Tournament. As a sophomore Gordon averaged a team-leading 19.5 points (which ranked 50th in the nation) and also led the Huskies with 156 total assists, which earned Gordon Second Team All-Big East honors. In Ben Gordon junior and final year at Connecticut, he averaged a team-leading 20.5 points (again ranked 50th in the nation), 4.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists. He also connected on 104 three-pointers, the second-highest single season total in Connecticut’s history.Ben Gordon set a Big East Tournament record with 81 total points, earning the tournaments’ Most Outstanding Performer honors. Gordon also earned the Most Outstanding Player award of the Phoenix Regional honors in the NCAA Tournament. He also led the tournament field with 127 total points, as he helped lead the Huskies to the NCAA Championship.Following his junior year, Gordon declared himself eligible for the 2004 NBA Draft and was selected third overall by the Chicago Bulls. Before the 2004 NBA Draft, Ben Gordon thought that he would be drafted anywhere from 7th to 12th, but as the draft got closer he claimed to have an inkling that the Bulls might draft him third as they did with Michael Jordan 20 years earlier in the 1984 NBA Draft. “I’m a guy who looks at the significance of numbers a lot. Before the draft, I had no idea I’d get drafted third. I thought I was going to go anywhere from 7th to 12th. As we started getting closer and I started to get an inkling that the Bulls could be a team that I could end up playing for, I started to look at the numbers. Michael Jordan was drafted by the Bulls and he was the third pick just like you.” Ben Gordon wore the number 4 on his jersey in high school and college, but had to wear the number 7 with the Bulls due to the number 4 being retired. Ben Gordon said, “I wore No. 4 my whole career but, of course, Jerry Sloan already had that number beforehand so there wasn’t much I could do about it. So all I did was just [put together] being the third pick with my old No. 4. That’s why I wear No. 7.” Ben Gordon became the first rookie in NBA history to be awarded the NBA Sixth Man Award. Ben Gordon was also the NBA’s Eastern Conference Rookie of The Month 3 times (January, February, and March),and was also voted onto the NBA All-Rookie First Team. Ben Gordon signed a five-year deal for $55 million with the Detroit Pistons starting with the 2009–10 season. With the Pistons, Ben Gordon continued his role as a sixth-man off the bench. On January 9, 2010, Gordon scored the 10-thousand point in NBA history. On June 26, 2012, Ben Gordon and a future first round pick were traded to the Charlotte Bobcats in a deal that sent Corey Maggette to the Pistons. On November 28, 2012, Ben Gordon scored 20 points in the fourth quarter of an eventual 91-94 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The 20 points were the most in one quarter for any player in Bobcats history. He finished with 26 points on 7 of 11 shooting, making 7 of 10 from beyond the arc, to go with 5 free throw attempts and makes. On March 2, 2014, he was waived by the Bobcats. On July 11, 2014, Ben Gordon signed with the Orlando Magic to a reported two-year, $9 million contract. On April 1, 2008, Ben Gordon was named to the shortlist for the British national basketball team. Ben Gordon is eligible for the team by virtue of his British birth and dual citizenship. In 2010, he said he hoped to represent Great Britain in the 2012 Olympics.However, Gordon missed the beginning of Great Britain’s June 2012 pre-Olympic training camp in Houston, Texas. He later said he could not commit to the team after being traded from Detroit to Charlotte. Ben Gordon had represented the United States at the 2003 Pan American Games.

Terry Kennedy was born May 27th 1985 in Long Beach California, USA. He is 5′ 8″ tall and commonly known as “Compton Ass Terry” or TK. Terry Kennedy is a professional skateboarder. He rides his skateboard with a regular footed stance. He is the Co-Founder of Fly Society, a clothing and music brand. His sponsors are Baker Skateboards, Supra, Active Ride Shop, KR3W, Venture, Shake Junt, Brigada Eyewear, Gold Wheels and FootPrint Insoles. Terry Kennedy appeared on Bam Margera’s MTV television shows, Viva La Bam, Bam’s Unholy Union and Rob Dyrdek’s MTV show “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory”. He had also made cameo appearance in Snoop Dogg’s chart topping song Drop It Like It’s Hot, as well as in the video for Mistah Fab’s song Ghost Ride It. Kennedy has also been featured on ABC Family’s show, Switched! He appears in the skateboarding video game Skate and its sequels Skate 2, 3 and Skate It. Terry Kennedy also appeared on the documentary Beef IV to discuss a beef he had with Lupe Fiasco.Terry Kennedy appeared in the films Ice Cream VOL.1, Baker 2G, Summer Tour 2001, Baker 3, Baker Has a Deathwish, Shake Junt’s Chicken Bone Nowison, Street Dreams and Bake and Destroy. He has a music video on Worldstarhip and YouTube called It’s Nuthin’ with Fly Society Feat. Terry Kennedy & J-Deeds. In the video Terry Kennedy raps and clothing from his line Fly Society is seen in the video.

NBA shooting guard Ben Gordon and skateboarder Terry Kennedy and owner of Fly Society.Both are dark skin men with low hair cuts and goatee. They are also very athletic men who play sports.


On the left is Ari Shaffir  while on the right is Dustin Diamond aka Screech.

Dustin Diamond aka Screech was born 7 th January 1977 in San Jose, California, USA as Dustin Neil Diamond. One of his other nicknames is Dirty Sanchez. Dustin Diamond is 5′ 11½” tall. He attended Zion Lutheran School in Anaheim, California. While in fifth grade, he portrayed 8th-grader Samuel “Screech” Powers in the television series Good Morning, Miss Bliss (1987), which evolved into Saved by the Bell (1989), Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993), Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) and Robot Chicken (2005). He also appeared in the television series The Wonder Years (1988). Dustin Diamond began doing stand up comedy after the end of Saved by the Bell, and has toured on and off ever since. He has also been featured on a number of game and reality shows including The Weakest Link, and Celebrity Boxing 2. Dustin Diamond has also made several cameo appearances in films, including appearances in Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star in 2003 and in Made in 2001. In 2009, he also played the part of “Alumnus Guy #1” in American Pie Presents: The Book of Love. In 2010, he had a supporting role in the sports comedy Tetherball: The Movie. In it, Diamond plays the Foul Mouths’ down-on-his-luck coach. In 2014 Diamond played Bernardo, the castle guard, in the partially animated science fiction comedy Hamlet A.D.D. In 2007 Dustin Diamond was a cast member of the fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club. During his run on the show, he came into conflict with former American Idol finalist Kimberley Locke, country singer Cledus T. Judd, rapper Da Brat, the program’s host, Ant, and the program’s trainer, former USMC sergeant Harvey Walden IV. Tensions between Dustin Diamond and the rest of the celebrities culminated in an open confrontation during which Dustin Diamond initially challenged Ant to “physical combat” and subsequently issued the challenge to Harvey Walden after Walden defended Ant. In 2006, Dustin Diamond directed and released his own sex tape, Screeched – Saved by the Smell.

Ari Shaffir is an actor and producer, known for InAPPropriate Comedy (2013), Natural Born Komics (2007) and Ari Shaffir: Passive Aggressive (2013). He is a comedian. He is also know as The Amazing Racist. He has many video on YouTube on racist comedy.
Ari Shaffir was born in 1974. He is a Jewish-American comedian, writer and actor currently living in Los Angeles, California. He has performed live at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, California and has featured on two National Lampoon DVDs: Lost Reality and Lost Reality 2. His The Amazing Racist videos include: Mexican Prank, Mexican Prank 2, Black Prank, Muslim Prank and Asian Prank.

Dustin Diamond or Screech and Ari Shaffir also known as The Amazing Racist are famous people that look alike. Both men wear glasses have the same features and have black/brown curly hair.

Christopher Play Martin vs Rapper Troy Ave look alike

On the left is Christopher “Play” Martin while on the left is rapper Roland Collin aka Troy Ave.

Christopher “Play” Martin was born on July 10th 1962 in Queens, New York, USA. He is 5’11” tall. He is an American rapper and actor from the rap duo Kid ‘n Play with Christopher “Kid” Reid with assistance from their DJ, Mark “DJ Wiz” Eastmond. Christopher “Play” Martin is an actor, known for the movies Playground (1990), The Earth Day Special (1990), House Party (1990) series and movies House Party, House party 2 and House Party 3. Christopher “Play” Martin (not to be confused with the reggae singer) is also the cousin of Martin Lawrence. He is a graduate of the High School of Art and Design, in New York City. Christopher “Play” Martin has a son named Skyler Martin, with ex-wife Shari Headley (an actress best known for her role in the 1988 comedy Coming To America starring Eddie Murphy). His nickname “Play”, comes from his original MC name, “Playboy”, which originated with a group called “Quicksilver and the Super Lovers”, which featured producer Hurby Luv Bug. It was with this group that he met Christopher “Kid” Reid, who was using the name “Kid Coolout” with a group called The Turnout Brothers. In time, all of the members of their respective groups moved on, and decided that they could work together as a duo. By shortening their nicknames, it would lead to the start of the group Kid ‘n Play. With Kid, Play recorded three successful albums and starred in four hip-hop based comedy films: House Party, House Party 2, Class Act, and House Party 3. After the duo split in 1995, Play became a born-again Christian and focused on Christian hip hop. Today, Play is the founder and CEO of HP4 Digital, a pre- and post-production multimedia company for film, digital media, and theater. In 2010, Play starred as an undercover DEA agent in the independent film, The Return, which is currently in post-production and whose trailer can be seen on Play was also a judge for the 8th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists. Christopher “Play” Martin name is often shorten some people refer to him as Chris Martin and some people call him Chris for short.

Troy Ave whose real name is Roland Collins was born November 23rd 1985 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York City. Rapper Troy Ave named himself after his block/ avenue in New York City known as Troy Avenue. Troy Av in November 2013, release his first studio album, New York City: The Album. Upon release, the album debuted at number 47 on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. He was named part of the 2014 XXL Freshmen Class.

Christopher “Play” Martin and Troy Ave are famous people that look alike. Both these men have the same hair cut, similar features , are from New York City  and the same New York swag at least then for Christopher “Play” Martin now that he has changed his life and turn to Christ.


Boxing coach Robert garcia looks like actor

On the left is actor Jacob Vargas and on the right is Boxing Trainer Robert Garcia.

Jacob Vargas was born on 18th August 1971 in Michoacan, Mexico and moved to California at the age of 1 where he was raised in Pacoima, Los Angeles. He was raised in a devout Roman Catholic family. He began his acting career when he was discovered breakdancing in a schoolyard at age 12. His introduction to acting came with a bit part as a breakdancer on the hit TV show Diff’rent Strokes (1978). In 1995 he won the very first ALMA Award (for Emerging Artist of the Year) for his work in both Allison Anders’ Mi vida loca (1993) and Gregory Nava’s My Family (1995). Jacob Vargas later starred in films such as Selena (1997), Get Shorty (1995), American Me (1992), Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (1997) and the cult favorite Next Friday (2000) as Ice Cube’s nemesis, Joker. He later shined as Tijuana cop Manolo, ‘Benicio del Toro”s partner in Steven Soderbergh’s Academy Award- winning film Traffic (2000), which earned him a Screen Actors Guild Award and another ALMA Award. He then made us laugh as Sammy the chef in John Moore’s Flight of the Phoenix (2004) and brought depth to Marine sniper Cortez in Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes’ war drama Jarhead (2005). In 2006 Jacob Vargas starred as a straight-arrow DEA agent opposite Laurence Fishburne and Paul Walker in the action drama _Death and Life of Bobby Z, The (2006)_ and joined an all-star cast as a politically charged busboy in Emilio Estevez’s historical drama Bobby (2006) and played a psychologically tortured drone pilot in Alex Rivera’s sci-fi political love story _Sleep Dealer, The (2006)_. Not satisfied with just being labeled as an actor, he has also been focusing his talents on writing and producing through his production company, Third Son Productions. In 2001 he executive produced and starred in the independent film Road Dogz (2000). He also co-produced and starred in the stage play “Latinologues”, which ran on Broadway in 2005 and is available on DVD. Through Third Son Productions, he is currently developing several feature film and television projects. He is married to Sylvia Arzate. They have two daughters, Rose, born in 2004 and Ava Victoria, born in 2011.

Boxing Trainer Robert Garcia was born Roberto García Cortez January 29th 1975 in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California. He is a retired Mexican-American professional boxer in the Lightweight division. Roberto García is the former IBF Super Featherweight Champion and the current Trainer of the Year in boxing. Roberto García was trained by his father Eduardo García at the popular La Colonia Youth Boxing Club and is the older brother of Miguel Ángel García, the WBO, and Ring Magazine Featherweight Champion. He trained world champions with his Father at La Colonia Boxing Club. Roberto García had an extensive amateur career, which included a fight with future Olympic Gold Medalist Oscar De La Hoya. Roberto García is known as “Grandpa”, García won his pro debut against Tsutomu Hitono at the International Center in Fukuoka, Japan. He accumulated a record of 20–0, which included a win against future champion Derrick Gainer, before challenging for his first regional title. Roberto García trained Marcos Maidana an Argentine professional boxer and the former WBA welterweight champion. He currently has a professional record of 35–4, with his only professional losses coming against Andreas Kotelnik, Amir Khan, Devon Alexander and Floyd Mayweather Jr., all by decision. He recorded his biggest win against Adrien Broner on December 14, 2013 in a contest that saw him knock Broner down twice en route to defeating him via unanimous decision and winning himself Broner’s WBA Welterweight title in the process.

Jacob Vargas and Roberto García are celebrities who look alike. They are both of Mexican descendants. They both are stocky men that like to put smile on their faces. Jacob Vargas and Boxing Trainer Robert Garcia are famous people who look alike.

Celebrity twin look alikes Scott Clifton & Ryan Kwanten

On the left is Scott Clifton while on the right is Ryan Kwanten.

Scott Clifton was born Scott Clifton Snyder on October 31st, 1984 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Scott Clifton, is an American actor, musician, and video blogger. His nickname is “Soapy D”. he stands at a height 5′ 11″ tall. His early work has included television commercials and minor film and television roles, but his most recognized achievements have come from his highly publicized roles in soap operas. He is best known for playing Dillon Quartermaine in General Hospital (2003–2007), Schuyler Joplin in One Life to Live (2009–2010), and Liam Spencer in The Bold and the Beautiful (2010–present). His role in The Bold and the Beautiful earned him a Daytime Emmy Award in 2011 and 2013. Scott Clifton is known on YouTube for engaging in philosophical debate and discussion about, among other things, atheism, ethics (with special interest in Biblical ethics), and criticism of Christianity. He is commonly known online by the screen name “TheoreticalBullshit”. Scott Clifton was nominated for 5 Daytime Emmys. Three for his work as Dillon Quartermaine on ABC’s General Hospital, one for his work as Schuyler Joplin on ABC’s One Life to Live, and one for his work as Liam Cooper on CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful. He is also a singer songwriter born on Halloween. He was offered a four year contract on “General Hospital” after his character had been on the air for less than two weeks. Scott Clifton was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Best Younger Actor at the 2004 and 2005 Award shows. He has recently finished recording a 2nd CD that is now available on his official website. He credit’s “Push” by Matchbox Twenty as the reason he started writing songs. Scott Clifton also runs his own YouTube channel.

Ryan Christian Kwanten was born on 28th November 1976 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia often just referred to by his first and last name Ryan Kwanten. He stands at a height 5’10” tall. He is an Australian American actor. Ryan Kwanten name is sometimes misspelled Ryan Kwanteen. Audiences across the globe know Ryan Kwanten as “Jason Stackhouse”, the highly-sexed town heartthrob on True Blood (2008). Though he plays the quintessential Southern bad boy, Ryan Kwanten is a native of Australia and was born and bred in Sydney. He is the eldest of three brothers and, though both of his younger siblings were performers at early ages, Ryan Kwanten was the athlete of the family. His interests included triathlon, swimming, tennis, golf, surfing and snow skiing and, as a teen, he was the state welterweight boxing champ. His introduction to acting came purely by chance. At the age of fifteen, his mother dropped off one of his younger brothers at an audition for a theatrical agency and was then supposed to drive Ryan Kwanten to swimming training. He waited in the car for his mother to return and when she did not, he went inside and was dragged into auditioning. The agency signed him and the teen began learning his craft on Australian television. He gradually moved to larger roles, including a five-year stint on the popular down-under series, Home and Away (1988). After his role on Home and Away (1988) where played Vinnie Patterson a lifeguard from 1997 to 2002 on the Australian soap-opera ended, Ryan Kwanten left Australia and moved to Los Angeles. He perfected an American accent and made a number of guest appearances on American television. Ryan Kwanten had previously guested on the serial as Robbie Taylor in 1994. He co-starred with Lori Loughlin and Jesse McCartney in Summerland (2004) portraying Jay Robertson, then starred in the films Flicka (2006) with Maria Bello, Alison Lohman and Tim McGraw; and Dead Silence (2007) a horror movie in which he played the leading role. A year later, Ryan Kwanten had the remarkable fortune to land a leading role as Jason Stackhouse on True Blood (2008) the brother of Sookie Stackhouse (not to be confused as Snookie Stackhouse), a Southern Gothic Vampire based series produced by Alan Ball. True Blood (2008) tapped into the global obsession with vampires and, by the end of the first season, had become a cult hit. Ryan Kwanten has recently completed three films and will start the third season of True Blood (2008) in 2010. Australian men’s fashion magazine GQ revealed that Ryan Kwanten is their 2010 Man Of The Year. Ryan Kwanten appeared in a Law and Order: SVU episode that aired on 2 December 2008, in which he portrayed Dominic Pruitt, a US Marine Corps Master Sergeant accused of raping and murdering a fellow Marine and her unborn baby. In 2009, he starred in the film Don’t Fade Away with Mischa Barton and Beau Bridges. Ryan Kwanten currently plays the role of Jason Stackhouse in True Blood, an HBO television series based on Charlaine Harris’ Southern Vampire Mysteries. He stars in the psychological thriller Red Hill, which was directed by Patrick Hughes. Ryan Kwanten earned one of the lead roles in the Joe Lynch horror film The Knights of Badassdom. In October 2010, it was announced that Ryan Kwanten will play Charles Manson in the upcoming, yet-to-be-titled biopic, directed by Brad Anderson. In 2012, he helped Mystery Guitar man to shoot a video called Dual Action, which has been posted onto YouTube. In 2013, Ryan Kwanten played Marvel character Eddie Brock/Venom in the short film Truth in Journalism.

Celebrity twin look alikes Scott Clifton and Ryan Kwanten are hard to tell apart. Both these men are blond and fairly good look actors with good acting skills. However one is Australia and the other is American.