One of our favorite ginger thespians in Rupert Grint has a doppelganger himself and turned out to be a pretty versatile actor himself despite the fact that he grew up in one of the most historically lucrative movie franchises of all-time in the Harry Potter series. Not only is not strapped for cash, he has also made a name for himself outside of the popular book turned movie franchise by starring in films like Moonwalkers, Cherrybomb, Into The White, and television series, Snatch and Sick Note.Grint’s look-a-like is yet another treasured artist/painter to make the list by the name of Sir David Wilkie who was known for his ability to paint in a variety of styles including nature and historical scenes from his travels throughout Europe and the Middle East to royal and average patron portraits. Rupert Grint has not only made history but so has his doppelganger as well.
Adrien Brody is another one of those actors that has the artistic range and truly cares about his craft. He won an Oscar in 2003 for his performance in The Pianist for Best Actor and violated our hopeful soon to be bride in Halle Berry while accepting his award. Despite having the nose of a toucan, Brody has starred in films like Houdini, Manolete, Cadillac Records, The Jacket, the updated King Kong, Predators, Splice, The Experiment, and so many more.Even though Adrien Brody is a strange and unique looking man it hasn’t stopped him from having a rather notorious doppelganger himself by the name of philosopher, John Locke. Locke is often referred to as the ‘Father of Liberalism’ and supposedly curated the theory of self-identity and knowledge of self which many revolutionists throughout history have referenced through their own movements. Honestly, sharing the looks of such a liberated thinker isn’t that bad even if you do have the nose of a tropical bird-like Adrien Brody.
Oprah Winfrey was once considered a failed news reporter and was told that she would amount to nothing in the media industry. Well, whoever thought so probably turning in their grave as Oprah has turned out to be one of the most influential and inspiring media personalities of all-time. Her self-entitled show, Oprah, became a platform for women around the world to feel appreciated and share their views and concerns as women, it also didn’t hurt that Oprah became filthy rich through her endeavors and often gave her audience members free gifts. Now, Oprah is running her own television network and is a billionaire.Oprah also just so happens to share a similar aesthetic to another legendary African-American woman in poet, author, and singer, Maya Angelou who is responsible for influencing a number of artists, poets, and writers with works like And Still I Rise, her series of autobiographies especially the first entitled, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings. Ms. Angelou recently passed away in May 2014 and still is referenced to this very day by elite activists and entertainment personalities. Rest in power to the queen, Maya Angelou.