11. Charlie Sheen
There is a possibility that when you look at a picture of John Brown – an abolitionist who aimed at overthrowing slavery in America – you mistake him for “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen, and with reason, too, as you can see from this 1846 picture of Brown’s.
Jay-Z might have been around much longer than we think. A picture taken by renowned photographer Sid Grossman in Harlem in 1939 shows a man who looks so much like Jay-Z that it’s slightly disconcerting.
13. Bruce Willis
The “Die Hard” actor is a spitting image of Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964), an American general and Field Marshal of the Philippine Army, and one of the only five men to have risen to the rank of General of the Army in the US Army.
14. Mark Zuckerberg
Philip IV(1605-1665) was the king of Spain and Portugal during 1600s. He is remembered for his failed struggle to revive Spain’s prominence during the Thirty Years War and for his patronage of the arts.
15. Chuck Norris
Of course, we know that Chuck Norris can make the impossible, possible, so it wouldn’t be completely outrageous for us to claim that him and Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) are practically the same person. One of the greatest artists that the world has ever witnessed, there is no denying that van Gogh bore an uncanny resemblance to Chuck Norris.