Roman Polanski and this man:
(Simon McBurney, from the Tinker, Tailor remake and a bunch of other stuff)
I was just watching some Fawlty Towers ("A Touch of Class") and thought the exact same thing about this guy, Robin Ellis:
And he has acknowledged that with good humour. Some girl told a funny convention story about it on a Siddig website.
I swear, unbelievable Nice one, Ratty.
Some crazy Nazi doctor must have mixed exactly 75% of Michelle Williams' DNA and 25% of Elisha Cuthbert's.
Pretty successfully, too.
Those Nazis were skilled
I swear, I thought they were the same man. I thought Lloyd Bridges was in The Thing
Don't you love when you're watching an old picture, and you discover that a modern performer traveled back in time so they could be in it? I've experienced this twice recently.
Look! Cillian Murphy is in "Belle De Jour"! Obviously "Pierre Clémenti" is just a pseudonym Mr. Murphy used for awhile.
Linda Cardellini's career doesn't seem as impressive as that of others with major roles on Apatow-produced shows....
until you learn that she starred in "Freaks & Geeks" after doing the 1972 "The Last House on the Left"
under the name "Sandra Peabody"! Come on, it's gotta be her...that name sounds so fake.
SERIOUSLY, WHERE ARE THESE PEOPLE GETTING TIME MACHINES?!?
Been making my way through the first 3 seasons of Community on DVD, noticed that in his old age John Goodman is slowly turning into Vincent Gardenia (Moonstruck, Death Wish, and his Unintentionally Hilarious J Edgar predates DiCaprio's Unintentionally Hilarious J Edgar by about 30 years):
I just watched the Star Trek: TOS episode "Miri," and I wouldn't have been the least surprised if somebody'd told me that Michael Pollard was Karl Malden's son.
Also featured in that episode was one Jim Goodwin as Lt. John Farrell (seen here rocking a sweet-ass 23rd-century Bluetooth), who immediately reminded me of a comedic character actor working today who I just can't put my finger on for the life of me. He's been around since the '90s, maybe earlier, he's a little bug-eyed and has a high (possibly receding) hairline. I don't remember him having any big roles, maybe a few lines in a scene or two. He may have had some movie appearances (a Todd Phillips movie? an Adam McKay movie?), but I've probably mainly seen him on TV, maybe Arrested Development or 30 Rock or Late Night-era Conan. And I feel like I've seen him as a funny hillbilly or funny farmer or funny otherwise-rural character at some point, wearing a baseball cap and a plaid shirt and driving a pickup, maybe? So that's my look-alike challenge to you, Chewers. Does Mr. Goodwin here remind you of anyone fitting any of that description? The winner will be paid in rep.
That's pretty close to the guy I have in mind. Sort of a bug-eyed, less famous Colin Mochrie. Ugh, this is driving me crazy.
There seems to be a spate of B-movies with lookalikes in the posters. Every time I flick by these on Netflix, I think it's Emily Blunt and Owen Wilson...
How about the more recent, older Harrison clone Robert Taylor (Longmire)?
You gotta hear him and see his face (hardly) move to really get it.
I can guarantee that Lloyd Bridges wouldn't have spent the rest of the winter TIED TO THIS FUCKING COUCH!