Alec Baldwin and Millard Fillmore
Everyone has a twin. But sometimes you have to look far into the past to find a truly uncanny resemblance—like the one between Alec Baldwin and our 13th president.
Albert Einstein and Shia LaBeouf
Here's a prediction: History will remember only one of these two people.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Unidentified Girl
Imagine what "Titanic" would've been like if Leo's female twin had been cast in the role played by Kate Winslet.
Charles Darwin and George Carlin
Carlin shook things up with seven words. Darwin did it with just one: evolution.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Rose Wilder Lane
Lane was a journalist, travel writer, novelist and political theorist. And you thought Jake Gyllenhaal's sister was versatile.
Justin Timberlake and Unidentified Man
What's the Timberlake doppelgänger thinking about here? Probably some cool new dance step.
Alexander Severus and Eminem
This may be the only time you'll ever see the names "Alexander Severus" and "Eminem" in the same sentence.
Ellen DeGeneres and Henry David Thoreau
It's those eyes. Wow.
John Travolta and Unidentified Man
Both pretty cool-looking dudes.
General Douglas MacArthur and Bruce Willis
Something tells us the World War II military leader would've been a huge fan of "Die Hard."
Nicolas Cage and Unidentified Man
The anonymous guy looks like an upright citizen, but you know he must have been wild at heart.
Paul Revere and Jack Black
And they have something else in common—really loud voices.
Robert Pattinson and Unidentified Man
Sorry, but the anonymous guy looks way cooler.
Philip IV of Spain and Mark Zuckerberg
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