18 Photos of Celebrity Lookalikes That Prove Time Travel Exists

Time travelers and vampires have not been proven, and they virtually exclusively appear in science fiction books or films. Because if it were possible, we would already be time traveling. It may be argued that it is against the principles of physics, such as relativity or the second law of thermodynamics. Technical difficulties also exist, like the requirement of a significant amount of energy to do so. Nobody has ever been able to travel through time or live an eternal life. If it is so unlikely, what about many famous people who lived a century ago that look just like some well-known individuals today?
The similarity between some people's appearances and those of historical characters can make us question the existence of supernatural phenomena. How else could things be explained if one is not a time traveler or a vampire?
For example, Zubaida Tharwat, a stunning actress, is the doppelganger of Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence. The similarities are quite striking. These vintage beauties might be twins if they were born in the same decades. Let us discover the rest of the most notable doppelgängers in this article.

#1 Comedian and TV host Jimmy Fallon from 2005 vs former leader of People's Liberation Party-Front of Turkey, Mahir Çayan

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#2 Leonardo DiCaprio from the early 1990s vs his 1960s doppelgänger, Judy Zipper

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#3 Mark Zuckerberg vs King Philip IV of Spain in the mid-17th century

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#4 The legendary Queen Latifah vs American author and filmmaker Zora Neale Hurston in the 1930s

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#5 Zac Efron in High School Musical (2016) vs actor Leonard Whiting in Romeo and Juliet (1968)

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#6 Matthew McConaughey all dressed up in 2014 vs the great-great-grandfather of Reddit user EmberRainbow

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#7 Singer Alicia Keys in 2013 vs singer Lena Horne, from the 1950s!

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#8 The iconic Nicolas Cage vs a 150-year-old photo of a man who looks just like him.

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#9 Luciana Barroso and Matt Damon in 2007 vs a happy couple in 1961

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#10 Andy Samberg and Daniel Radcliffe in 2013 vs a photo of a high school yearbook from 1978

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#11 Jennifer Lawrence in the 2013 film American Hustle vs a 1960s photo of Egyptian actor Zubaida Tharwat

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#12 Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley in Harry Potter vs a self-portrait of artist Sir David Wilkie from 1804-1805

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#13 Brad Pitt from the 1995 film Se7en vs Hermann Rorschach, famous for the Rorschach test, in the 1910s

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#14 Robin Williams in the 1997 film Good Will Hunting vs Nobel Prize winner Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov

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#15 Bruce Willis in the 2000 film Unbreakable vs former US military leader and Chief of Staff, General Douglas MacArthur

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#16 Christian Bale in 2022 vs actor James Brolin (father of Josh) in the film The Amityville Horror in 1979!

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#17 Jay-Z from 2003 vs a photo from 1939 labeled "Harlem Loiterers."

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#18 actor Adrien Brody arriving at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival vs a portrait of 17th-century English philosopher John Locke

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