Who Wore it Better? 12 Animal-Celebrity Lookalikes So Uncanny You'll Wonder Which Is Which | YUYU YUYU

Who Wore it Better? 12 Animal-Celebrity Lookalikes So Uncanny You’ll Wonder Which Is Which

Shiksa Goddess April 18, 2017 May 1st, 2017

Adrian Brody

This monkey was actually Brody’s step-father and his inspiration for his role in the 2005 King Kong remake.

The Dalai Lama

These two images were taken simultaneously as the Lama and the llama gazed contentedly into each other’s eyes.

George Clinton

This caterpillar was entirely colorless before it heard Funkadelic for the first time.

John Travolta

When he’s not acting J Travs transforms into this lovable mutt and enjoys playing fetch. His experience leading this double life was immortalized in 2008’s Bolt, in which he voiced the titular character.


In preparation for the performance tour at which the above photograph was taken, Lady M studied under a colony of poison dart frogs living in northern Peru.

Peyton Manning

P Man and this dog both struggle to convey their self-disappointment to the hard-to-please public.

Richard Branson

This dog spent upwards of $600,000 on plastic surgery to look like the British business magnate. He even got his name legally changed to Raisin Bran, so his collar would say R. Bran just like the Virgin chairman’s.

Salvador Dali

Dali considered cats to be the the most surreal animal. He famously quipped “Everything I’ve done in my long career in the arts can be done in 10 minutes by a simple housecat”.

Samuel L. Jackson

Despite his reputation as an angry guy, SLJ is actually in a perpetually ecstatic state that can only be interrupted by bath-time. Jackson requires a portable bath on-set for each of his films.

Snoop Dogg

This dog looks absolutely nothing like Snoop when he’s off the chronic, which is almost never since legalization passed in California.

Taylor Lautner

In the original script for Twilight, Jacob was supposed to be an Alpaca Animorph utilizing the animal pictured, but Stephanie Meyer protested the alteration from her novel.

Vladimir Putin

During his re-election campaign, Putin sent this dog as a speaker-by-proxy to locations too remote for his dilapidated tour bus to reach.