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18 celebrities who look exactly like their famous parents

18 celebrities who look exactly like their famous parents

The Parent Trap - Identical twins Hallie and Annie were separated at birth when their parents divorced. After the two meet at summer camp, they begin plotting to reunite their estranged parents. (1998)

The Parent Trap (1998)

The Parent Trap - Identical twins Hallie and Annie were separated at birth when their parents divorced. After the two meet at summer camp, they begin plotting to reunite their estranged parents. (1998)

Yum!  (This movie is the reason why I started eating Oreos and peanut butter.  Best snack ever!)

In Remembrance Of Parent Trap Lindsay Lohan

Yum! (This movie is the reason why I started eating Oreos and peanut butter. Best snack ever!)

Jim Backus (1913-1989) .. Though most famous for playing Thurston Howell III on Gilligan's Island and for the movie voice of Mr. Magoo, Ohio-born Jim Backus was a radio, cinema, and television performer for over 50 years. His ability to create strong characters with his distinctly powerful voice led to numerous roles that remain memorable to audiences to this day. Over the course of his career, Backus had over 500 movie and television credits.

Jim Backus (1913-1989) .. Though most famous for playing Thurston Howell III on Gilligan's Island and for the movie voice of Mr. Magoo, Ohio-born Jim Backus was a radio, cinema, and television performer for over 50 years. His ability to create strong characters with his distinctly powerful voice led to numerous roles that remain memorable to audiences to this day. Over the course of his career, Backus had over 500 movie and television credits.

Miriam Zohar was born in 1931 in Czernowitz (Romania, now Ukraine). Miriam, her brother Yitzhak and their parents were deported to Transnistria in 1941. When the region was liberated in 1944, the family returned to Czernowitz. Shortly afterwards, her father was imprisoned and deported by the Soviets. In 1949 Miriam, Yitzhak and their mother immigrated to Israel. From 1951, she performed in the Habima Theater. In 1987 she received the Israel Prize for theater, cinema, and television arts

Miriam Zohar was born in 1931 in Czernowitz (Romania, now Ukraine). Miriam, her brother Yitzhak and their parents were deported to Transnistria in 1941. When the region was liberated in 1944, the family returned to Czernowitz. Shortly afterwards, her father was imprisoned and deported by the Soviets. In 1949 Miriam, Yitzhak and their mother immigrated to Israel. From 1951, she performed in the Habima Theater. In 1987 she received the Israel Prize for theater, cinema, and television arts

Three's Company brings back laughter and memories.

What Happened To Them?: The Cast of ‘Three’s Company’

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