They made it! 15 actors who look like the real people they portrayed 7/21/2016 • Tanja!!!!
Good actors pretend to be other people. Great actors literally live lives of their characters.
That’s why when a movie gets made about a real historical figure, I always wonder: WHO will play him or her? In fact, some actors are just doppelgängers of their screen characters. While watching The Queen (2007), I caught myself thinking that Helen Mirren was born to play this role. Just like her, these 15 actors didn’t just play their roles – they became their characters. Do you believe us? Take a look at the pics below and share your impressions in the comments below!
Eddie Redmayne And Felicity Jones As Stephen Hawking With His Wife Jane Wilde In The Theory Of Everything (2014)
Jamie Foxx As Ray Charles In Ray (2004)
Val Kilmer As Jim Morrison In The Doors (1991)
Meryl Streep As Margaret Thatcher In The Iron Lady (2011)
Robert Downey Jr. As Charlie Chaplin In Chaplin (1992)
Ben Kingsley As Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi In Gandhi (1982)
Daniel Day‑Lewis As Abraham Lincoln In Lincoln (2012)
Cate Blanchett As Bob Dylan In I'm Not There (2007)
Hellen Mirren As Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II In The Queen (2007)
Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs In Jobs (2013)
Morgan Freeman As Nelson Mandela In Invictus (2009)
Marion Cotillard As Édith Piaf In La Vie En Rose (2007)
Michelle Williams As Marilyn Monroe In My Week With Marilyn (2011)
James Franco As James Dean In James Dean (2001)
Anthony Hopkins As Pablo Picasso In Surviving Picasso (1996)
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Have you watched any of these movies? Who do you think portrayed his or her character best? Share your opinion with us!
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