Submit Your
Comedy
List
The deadline for the Top Comedies of All Time list is coming up! Submit your ballot now, or read about it here

Actors You Mistake for Other Actors

Tools    





Heck, yes. Love her, but did not recognize her. She doesnít have a face that leaps from the screen IMO.

We discussed ďThe NestĒ? Gee, now I have to go take a look at this movie to see what itís about.

Iím back: was this a movie I bailed out of? What did we discuss?
I did say Ďbrieflyí, I mentioned it in ĎRate the Last Movie...í and we both agreed Carrie Coon was great. Give it a try, of course, you may well bail out, but I thought it was very good.



I did say Ďbrieflyí, I mentioned it in ĎRate the Last Movie...í and we both agreed Carrie Coon was great. Give it a try, of course, you may well bail out, but I thought it was very good.
Hmmm, wonder why itís not in my Netflix Q already? Must have been reviewed badly.

Nevertheless it is in my Q now.
__________________
Iím here only on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Thatís why Iím here now.



Hmmm, wonder why itís not in my Netflix Q already? Must have been reviewed badly.

Nevertheless it is in my Q now.
I think atm the critics love it. But I guess that can always change.



I think atm the critics love it. But I guess that can always change.
I saved it to my Q, which means they donít have it for distribution yet.

So I definitely havenít seen it, but, for some reason, it wasnít already saved.

Curioser & curioser.



I saved it to my Q, which means they donít have it for distribution yet.

So I definitely havenít seen it, but, for some reason, it wasnít already saved.

Curioser & curioser.
Thatís no bad thing.



Art LaFleur is definitely similar to Ed O'Neill !




And definitely Gene Wilder, Pierre Richard and Eric Idle are very similar.
__________________
I'm looking for prison movie:
https://www.movieforums.com/communit...ad.php?t=63305



Make a better place
Chloe Grace Moretz & Lili Reinhart sometimes they can look Brittany Murphy
__________________
"Beliefs don't change facts. Facts, if you're rational, should change your beliefs" Ricky Gervais



ᗢWanda Maximoff-Scarlet WitchᗢElizabeth Olesnᗢ
Art LaFleur is definitely similar to Ed O'Neill !




And definitely Gene Wilder, Pierre Richard and Eric Idle are very similar.
wait was he on married with children the tv series?
__________________
https://youtu.be/rr_x-rMYpkI Wanda Maximoff-Scarlet Witch
https://youtu.be/78oLEoy5Npo Natasha Romanoff-Black Widow
https://youtu.be/0LXhnd-CMrQ Agatha Harkness
https://youtu.be/4E880wNeB2g Yelena Belova

https://youtu.be/V8BhIsWTGUI Clint Barton-Hawkeye
https://youtu.be/Zy66zOMkGsM Loki Lufeyson



wait was he on married with children the tv series?
Yes. Ed O'Neill was Al Bundy. But Art LaFleur not.



mattiasflgrtll6's Avatar
The truth is in here
I watched Mystic River recently and thought I saw Lili Taylor. But no, it was Marcia Gay Harden!







Still think there's a very close resemblance.



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
I was watching an episode of Law and Order SVU and I thought it was Anton Yelchin but it turns out it's another actor, Kieran Mulcare


__________________
It's All About the Movies
http://www.worldfilmgeek.com



Robert Ryan and Sterling Hayden.

I'm not going to post photos because side by side they don't look that much alike.
Yet, over the past few years on several occasions I mistook one for the other in various films.

And I'm not the only one - on Christmas day, TCM aired Carol for a Christmas Past (1964) and my brother said, "Robert Ryan?"
I answered, "No that's Sterling Hayden. I've gotten them mixed up myself a few times."
My brother said, "Who???"



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Is that neil patrick harris?
It's the late Anton Yelchin, who died in 2016 at the age of 27



I was watching an episode of Law and Order SVU and I thought it was Anton Yelchin but it turns out it's another actor, Kieran Mulcare



I remember Mulcare on that episode of SVU...he was very good.



Robert Ryan and Sterling Hayden.

I'm not going to post photos because side by side they don't look that much alike.
Yet, over the past few years on several occasions I mistook one for the other in various films.

And I'm not the only one - on Christmas day, TCM aired Carol for a Christmas Past (1964) and my brother said, "Robert Ryan?"
I answered, "No that's Sterling Hayden. I've gotten them mixed up myself a few times."
My brother said, "Who???"
Well, there were some similarities. Both were big men: 6'4" and 6'4-1/2" respectively. They both usually played heavies. They were roughly the same age and era (Sterling was 7 years younger. Both made some great noirs: RR - Crossfire; and SH - The Asphalt Jungle.