Have you ever been told you look like a celebrity? If you have, the comparisons can either be flattery at its finest or blanket the room in awkward silence, leaving you to study your selfies alongside the paparazzi pics of your so-called lookalike. But what about being compared to a cartoon character? We’ve put together a list of real-life cartoon doppelgangers that will leave you scratching your head at how such similarities could even be possible. They certainly threw us for a loop.
Linda Hunt is an American stage, film, and TV character actress best known for her resonant voice, small stature and magnetic performances in a wide variety of roles. If we’re ever getting a live-action remake of The Incredibles, we’re definitely expecting Hunt to play the oh-so-fashionable Edna Mode.
Carl has the typical obstinate character of a man his age but deep down he’s a kind person, though he also has his limits in patience and temper. We’re getting the same vibe from this sweet-looking stranger.
Hear us out on this one—they literally have the same smile!
We can also see some resemblance with Finding Nemo‘s Crush, the sea turtle character who speaks like a gnarly surfer dude.
Here’s another good lookalike though:
They both give off strong fuckboy energy.
All jokes aside, the French Russian-born professional wrestler, better known by his ring name The French Angel, was diagnosed with acromegaly—a condition usually caused by a benign tumour on the pituitary gland, resulting in bone overgrowth and thickening—aged 20.
Bill Murray in Wes Anderson’s 2004 The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou looks exactly like Papa Smurf—red hat, grey beard and all.
Yes, that man is literally called Peter Griffin. How hilarious!
Last but not least, and probably the cutest off the list, Tweety bird’s very own protector, Grandma. It’s all in the chin.