It feels like the parallel universe broke open on top of these places. The cracks that had let the A-list celebrities roam the regular folks’ homes. Imagine just casually realizing one day that you were babysat by a freaking Bill Murray or that your dad was a pal with the King, Elvis! This list includes every possible weird scenario, where randoms met celebrities, interacted with them in some strange way, or simply looked identically like them, like the fake Matt Damon’s “The Dad Identity” or the grandpa Johnny below. Please enjoy the collective list of photos by some of the luckiest randoms in the world.
“Bill Murray used to babysit my brother and me. Here’s a photo of us in the late 1980s.”
When you realize that your dad had balls to show his cock to Chuck.
“So I was watching Parks and Rec and Mom thought it was a video of my father.”
“My great-grandpa looks just like Johnny Depp.”
“My wife’s face on our wedding day compared to when she met Rob Lowe.”
“So apparently I looked like Elton John as a kid.”
“Lakers Magazine posted a picture of my son and me in the celebrity ‘Faces in the Crowd’ section. They thought I was Zach Galifianakis.”
“My husband when he was a boy with Alice Cooper, in 1989.”
“My Dad and Elvis. He always told us they hung out together and we never believed him, until now.”
“My twin brother and I ran into our celebrity doppelgangers, the Property Brothers.”
“Found out Bill Nye used to go to my mom’s parties in the ’80s.”
“My son used to look like Danny DeVito when he was a baby.”
“As I snapped the selfie I told Samuel L. Jackson to pose how he really felt about doing these kinds of things.”
“My Dad vs. Michael Jordan in high school.”
“So I was going through some old photos and I found this. My Dad holding Magic Johnson and looking incredibly badass while doing it.
“My friend’s Grandma’s house. She put a magazine cut out of Leonardo DiCaprio over her late (not so nice) husband’s face. The 80+ year old’s version of photoshop.”
“My uncle, after tripping and falling in front of the queen, 1987.”
“My mom was told to tell the ‘homeless man’ he couldn’t loiter near her workplace.”
“My parents’ wedding day, February 1961. I think my Dad looks like Matt Damon.” – The Dad Identity