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Celebrities Who Look Identical To People From History

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Channing Tatum

To all the men out there, let your lady step out with their friends to go see the latest Channing Tatum film but, never let her attend an event where the strapping multi-millionaire is set going to be located, it could be the end of your relationship. Surprisingly, Tatum got his big break with the release of the dance film, Step Up in 2006 and since then has gone on to star in a wide array of films including the Hateful Eight, This Is The End, G.I. Joe, the rebooted 21 Jump Street series, and of course, the Magic Mike films as well. Heck, Tatum even has some voiceover work done for The Legos Movies series as well, there isn’t a revenue stream in Hollywood that Tatum doesn’t have his hand in.But what he doesn’t have his hand in is the reality his World War I doppelganger had to face. Who knows what type of vile carnage that man had to endure and witness, there’s no telling on whether or not he made it through battle but with Tatum existing today, there’s a good chance he either survived or had a younger brother with strong genes to keep hope alive.


Matt Damon

Even though Matt Damon is nearing 50-years-old, he still appears to be the go-to actor for most major motion film studios. His work in Good Will Hunting and Saving Private Ryan solidified his spot as one of the best actors of this generation while his participation in films like The Good Shepherd, The Informant!, the Ocean’s Eleven franchise, the Bourne Identity movies, have made him a household name. At times, it seems like Damon plays the same recurring characters but yet shows range by participating in movies like Eurotrip, Stuck On You, and the underwhelming Jersey Girl.What’s scary to think about though, is Matt might be a relative to the enemies of our World War II allies. Whether or not, Matt Damon’s possible relation to a Nazi general, he’s done a lot to entertain the masses throughout multiple decades here in America. Let’s just keep this one at face value and hope that this guy is just a look-a-like and not a possible ancestor of Matt Damon.


Conan O’Brien

Conan O’Brien is probably one of the more likable public figures in the late-night talk show host circuit and doesn’t really have to perform too many corny antics to get a good laugh from his audience. His sketches seem genuine and he doesn’t force his entertainment guest into awkward situations which is probably why he has been in the late-night scene since the early ’90s. Conan started his rise to prominence in 1993 as the star of Late Night with Conan O’Brien, including a short stint with The Tonight Show, and now his own self-titled show simply called, Conan.What many don’t know is that the red-headed late-night television show host is the ancestor of Civil War Union Army soldier, Marshall Twitchell who later became a Louisiana state senator after the Reconstruction. Luckily, Conan doesn’t have to deal with the backlash of having a potentially racist ancestor that fought for the Confederacy. He’s all good in our book.


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