Doppelgangers

Separated at birth

Michael Bevan and Jeremy Piven


Singles: one was in them, the other deals in them. You get the picture.

Nominated by Harikrishna Devarajan, India. Think a cricketer looks like a famous (non-cricket) person? Send in your Doppelgangers nominations using the feedback link below. Just let us know the names; we'll dig out the pictures. No repeats please.
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