Celebrity Lookalike II: A Celebritory Family

I stand corrected on my post, Celebrity (???) Look-a-like.  After posting it, my sister, Shelly Hathaway, commented on Facebook, explaining that I got it all wrong.  Well, I like her correction – since I’m not a big fan of Warren Jeffs.  She then proceeded to tell me who I really was, along with who all the kids in my family are.  I Googled the celebrities she said, and she’s spot-on!  Holy cow!  I guess I’m just from a celebrity family!  Here’s the celebrity list for me and my siblings:

Lookalikes

Shane: David Dochovny (X-Files)

Ria: Amy Lee (Evanescence)

Me: Jimmy Stewart (Yes!  That guy rocks!  Good ol’ George Bailey – and Mr. Smith)

Shelly: Avril Lavigne

Jake: Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)

So who do you and you’re family members look like?  Is your family as celebritous as mine?

12 Replies to “Celebrity Lookalike II: A Celebritory Family”

  1. Daniel Radcliffe? Psh. He doesn’t stand a chance against my rockin’ awesome brother. I bet he’d even out-duel him. Danny boy may be a wizard, but Jake’s basically superman. I’d like to see Potter vs. Jakeman.

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  4. Jules,

    Yeah, I know. I went to your blog to see your viewpoint, and I must admit, I’m a little puzzled by your argument. I don’t think shapeshifting actually takes place in this dimension, and if it did, I’m certain it wouldn’t cross species like that. Besides, Harvey wasn’t played by Jimmy Stewart – it was played by his invisible friend. But I do see what you are saying.

  5. Daniel Radcliffe is much older now, i wonder what would be his future roles on future movies~~-

  6. Mohammad and Wyatt,

    I can’t believe you’re wondering about the future of Daniel Radcliffe. I would think it terribly obvious – we just have to put two and two together. Think about it:
    He’s played the role of the human who finds out he’s a wizard –
    He’s played the role of the kid who defeats the world –
    He’s played the role of the guy who gets the girl –
    The only logical next step? Obvious.

    He’s going to play in the lead role in the remake of the old movie “The Boy Who Could Fly.”
    Of course, he’s a bit old for the role, so they’ll probably rename it “The Man Who Could Fly.”
    Of course, they’ll still want it to appeal to teenagers, so they’ll probably put him in a super-suit so he looks like a hero in the show.

    Once that happens, they’re sure to want to cast him as the next Superman, and of course, having seen him in the super suit, people will be so impressed and excited about the new Daniel Radcliffe Superman series that they’ll line up for miles at the midnight unveiling show and wear home-made (or painted on) super suits, and will either cry for joy at the show’s starting night or bootleg it by streaming it through their cell-phones.

    Yeah, I think it’s very clear where Daniel Radcliffe will go from here.

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