EntertainmentCelebrities 11 people who look more like the Tom Brady court sketch than Tom Brady By AMNY.COM Updated August 12, 2015 6:20 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Tom Brady went to court for his Deflategate settlement hearing Wednesday, but all the Internet cared about was the courtroom artist's less than flattering sketch of the Patriots quarterback. We're part of said Internet crowd, so here are 11 people the sketch brought to mind. Hint: None of them are Tom Brady. Here's a close-up Photo Credit: Jane Rosenberg We're not seeing Tom. Maybe it was the lighting? Maybe the artist is a Giants fan? We think it looks more like... Michael Shannon Photo Credit: Neilson Barnard / Getty Images Forget "Boardwalk Empire"... somebody hand this guy a football. Bill Hader Photo Credit: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images If only there could be a "Saturday Night Live" sketch about this. Steve Buscemi Photo Credit: Ethan Miller / Getty Images It's all in the bone structure. James Carville Photo Credit: Evan Agostini / Getty Images ...but with hair. Brian Bell Photo Credit: Duane Prokop / Getty Images ...but with less hair. Tony Abbott Photo Credit: Stefan Postles / Stringer Australia's prime minister might not even know who Tom Brady is, but now they have something in common. Jeffrey Dahmer Photo Credit: Eugene Garcia / Getty Images Also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, Dahmer knows about that courtroom life. Louis Jourdan Photo Credit: United Artists May he rest in peace. Oscar the Grouch Photo Credit: Neilson Barnard / Getty Images You know you see it. Mr. Bean Photo Credit: Joel Saget / AFP/ Getty Images Game over. By AMNY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Brady's Deflategate testimony releasedPatriots quarterback Tom Brady denied tampering with footballs before the AFC Championship Game in his Brady, Kraft blast NFL for DeflateGate decisionQuarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots organization have gone on the offensive.The morning after the NFL upholds Brady's four-game Deflategate banThe NFL upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate, the league announced Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.