EntertainmentCelebrities Political figures and their celebrity doppelgängers: Trump, Cuomo, more By Meghan Giannotta firstname.lastname@example.org Updated March 3, 2017 8:28 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Ever wonder if there's someone out there who looks exactly like you? Your doppelgänger might still be wandering around somewhere across the globe, but we've managed to locate these politicians' celebrity look-alikes. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton match up nicely with their "Saturday Night Live" impersonators, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon. As for Bernie Sanders, his resemblance to Larry David is uncanny. With matchups this good, you'll be surprised these celebrities and political figures aren't related. Kellyanne Conway and Kyra Sedgwick Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Kellyanne Conway, who served as Trump's campaign manager and is now counselor to the president, and "The Closer" actress Kyra Sedgwick could be twins -- if Sedgwick (who usually dons curly locks) swapped the curling iron for a straightener, that is. Jared Kushner and James Phelps Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Jared Kushner, son-in-law of Donald Trump who was named a senior White House adviser, bears a slight resemblance to Fred Weasley -- err, James Phelps. Kushner is probably team Hufflepuff. Anthony Weiner and Bob Saget Photo Credit: Getty Images comp It's uncanny, really. If Bob Saget opted for contacts and spent maybe one cycle in a tanning bed back in the '90s when he was Danny Tanner, he'd look exactly like Anthony Weiner does today. Paul Ryan and Matthew Morrison Photo Credit: Getty Images comp House Speaker Paul Ryan and "Glee's" Matthew Morrison look so much alike it makes us wonder: Is Paul Ryan's next move joining a glee club? Michael Bloomberg and Michael Caine Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and actor Michael Caine both rock a wavy combover, helping to magnify the similarities between the two. Hillary Clinton and Kate McKinnon Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Yes, Kate McKinnon plays a perfect Hillary Clinton on "Saturday Night Live." But the actress also resembles a young Clinton out of character, doesn't she? Andrew Cuomo and Mark Ruffalo Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Andrew Cuomo has been compared to Michael Cera and Steven Van Zandt, among other celebrities. But we see a big resemblance between the governor and Mark Ruffalo. Bernie Sanders and Larry David Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Bernie Sanders and Larry David know they're doppelgängers. The two swapped places and played each other in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch in February 2016. Rex Tillerson and Michael Harney Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Is that you, Mr. Healy? Rex Tillerson could step in for Michael Harney as the "Orange is the New Black" prison counselor without us even noticing. Sarah Palin and Tina Fey Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Tina Fey, who played Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live," doesn't even need to pin her hair back into Palin's signature hairdo to look like the former governor. Bill de Blasio and Tim Robbins Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Bill de Blasio is giving us some major Tim Robbins vibes -- before he grew out his hair in 2015. Joe Biden and David Letterman Photo Credit: Getty Images comp When Joe Biden's White House role comes to an end, will he transform as much as David Letterman did when he retired? Donald Trump and Alec Baldwin Photo Credit: Getty Images; Saturday Night Live He doesn't look too much like Trump when he's not in character, but Alec Baldwin has mimicking the president-elect down to a science on "Saturday Night Live." Chris Christie and Kevin James Photo Credit: Getty Images Chris Christie has a few years on Kevin James (Christie is 54; James, 51), so he could pass as the actor's older brother. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Carole King Photo Credit: Getty Images Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) reminds us of Carole King. We'll give you one guess as to why. Steve Bannon and John Candy Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Former head of the website Breitbart News Steve Bannon, who has been selected as Trump's chief strategist and counselor, brings us back to the late John Candy's announcer days in 1993's "Rookie of the Year." Elizabeth Warren and Annette Bening Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Elizabeth Warren and Annette Bening seem to be aging together. Warren even looked a lot like the actress back in the early 2000s. Barack Obama and Devon Terrell Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Devon Terrell played a young Obama in "Barry," so naturally there are clear physical similarities here. Melissa Mark-Viverito and Leah Remini Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Melissa Mark-Viverito and Leah Remini have some clear similarities. If Remini dialed down the makeup a bit to match Mark-Viverito's natural look, you'd probably think they were really related. Jeff Flake and Owen Wilson Photo Credit: Getty Images comp Doesn't Rep. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) kind of remind you of an early 2000s Owen Wilson? By Meghan Giannotta email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Celebs you might see on your 2020 election ballot The 2020 election could be pretty interesting. 24 retired celebrities, now and thenSee how these celebs have changed since retirement. 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