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All the Celebrities Who Have a Twin You Didn't Know About

                              All the Celebrities Who Have a Twin You Didn't Know About


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If you happen to spot certain actors, singers or supermodels out running errands or in line for a coffee, just remember that you might actually be seeing their twin.


Nothing compares to following your favorite actor? Perhaps it's learning that their ancestral home has more DNA! Naturally, there are many famous siblings. From the brothers Hemsworth and Jonas to the three girls that form the band Haim, famous siblings are not uncommon. 


In fact, a lot of celebrities consider one or more of their siblings to be their closest friends, business associates, housemates, etc. 


However, the number of people that were grouped together before to their birth is limited.


There are certain famous twins that you are familiar with because they have developed their brands together, like Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and there are other famous twins that you have seen a number of times, but you're not sure which one is in which. 


You might not be familiar with certain celebrities who were born as half of a pair and whose sibling does a regular job, but you can be sure that their twin is usually their biggest admirer. or, in the instance of Gisele Bündchen, her manager of business!


"If there is a truly altruistic person I know in my life, it's my brother," Scarlett Johansson told People in 2020 of her twin, Hunter, who founded the first-responder aid organization Solar Responders. 


"He reminds me to be a better person all the time. I'm incredibly proud of him." Now, here are the celebs with twins we're looking at you Ashton Kutcher and brother Michael you didn't know about, or a sibling you didn't know was their twin:


Michael and Ashton Kutcher 


At birth, Ashton weighed 10.5 pounds and Michael, a surprise arrival five minutes later to parents who thought they were expecting a son, weighed 4 pounds. 


"I tell people he must have ate everything while we were in the womb," Michael, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 3 and received a heart transplant at 13, told the Associated Press in 2012. 


But the activist and father of three eventually forgave Ashton for his big appetite and for spilling the beans about Michael's condition years ago in an interview. 


"I was very angry. Very angry. I remember speaking to him about it," Michael told TODAY Parents in May. "I didn't want to be the face of CP. I never talked about it." 


Ultimately, however, he realized that "Chris [Ashton's actual first name] did me the biggest favor he's ever done because he allowed me to be myself." The That '70s Show star told TODAY Parents, "My brother's daily actions remind me that life isn't about running around challenges it's about running through them. Mike has a relentless work ethic and a deep compassion for others."


Hunter and Scarlett Johansson 


"There are few places and moments when my sister can move about without being recognized," Hunter told Parade in 2015, noting that they led "very normal city lives" growing up with their two older siblings in New York. 


"When those rare instances happen," he continued, "I am reminded of a time before her celebrity, when we were kids, and I treasure that. She is my other half. Nothing is more important to me than my twin." 


Scarlett would agree, saying of her activist brother, who at the time was working at a nonprofit that was helping to rebuild homes after Hurricane Sandy, "I feel very connected to him. He's the most golden-hearted person. I think a lot of people spend their life looking for a partner, someone to be a mirror to reflect upon, to remind them that they've lived. You want someone to tell you what he witnessed in your life. My twin brother has always been that for me."

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