| Author: Lindsey Brand

6. Darren Criss and Kit Harington

The former Glee star shared a story on Instagram of a fan who thought he was the Game of Thronesactor.

“‘Hey… Are you Kit Harington?’ Me: aw sorry man I’m not ‘Aw cuz if you were I’d kick myself if I didn’t ask for a picture.’ [he goes, disappointed] Me: wait, can I get a picture though? To commemorate this moment?” he wrote.



7. Helen Hunt and Jodie Foster

Hunt tweeted about a time she was mistaken for Foster at Starbucks.

“Ordered my drink @Starbucks Asked the barista if she wanted my name. She winked and said. ‘We gotcha’ #JodieFoster,” she tweeted.

The truly hilarious part? The barista misspelled “Jodie” (as “Jody”).



8. Henry Cavill and Matt Bomer

These two heartthrobs are so similar-looking that they often are considered for the same roles. Bomer shared that he’d initially been cast for the iconic role of the Man of Steel until Cavill swept in. Talk about a connection.



9. Elizabeth Banks and Chelsea Handler

Banks and Handler are both aware that they look a lot alike and Banks, for one, is 100% okay with it.

“I don’t mind being compared to Chelsea Handler at all. It helps when someone says, ‘Oh, you’re Chelsea Hander,’ and I say, ‘Yes I am.’ That gives me one more gain of anonymity,” she told Fox News in 2012. “We met at a party and were both aware people compared or confused us. She’s a great broad, real wit.”



10. Javier Bardem and Jeffrey Dean Morgan

People always get these two mixed up, but honestly? We don’t blame them. Morgan himself finds the confusion funny but wants to clear it up if he ever gets to meet Bardem in person. “I think people need to see us in the same room,” he says. “There really are two of us!”