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Separated at Birth

Separated at Birth: Atlantic’s Steve Clemons

While watching C-SPAN one morning this week we stumbled upon these twins as we watched Brad Woodhouse tackle the morning program. Woodhouse recently left the DNC press shop for Americans United for Change. The more we looked at Brad, the more we noticed the facial features of The Atlantic‘s Editor-at-Large Steve Clemons.

Separated at Birth: Reuters’ Jack Shafer

Our sincere apologies to Reuters‘ media writer Jack Shafer, who has the unfortunate luck of looking achingly similar to Peter Dowling, the Anthony Weiner of the Down Under. Dowling recently stepped down as Australia’s Parliamentary Ethics Committee Chairman after dipping his schlong in a glass of red wine and sexting it to his mistress.

We’re sure the similarities end here.

 

Separated at Birth: Weiner ‘Cubicle Guy’

WSJ‘s Pulitzer prize winning Economic Editor David Wessel may not like this, but he looks like that “cubicle guy” from Anthony Weiner‘s abominable presser from the other day. The “cubicle guy” is WOR’s Jeff McKinney.

Separated at Birth: Acting Labor Secretary Seth Harris

Acting Labor Sec. Seth Harris has a face and body double if he wants one. It’s Jim Belushi. And according to a tipster, maybe he also pairs well with “that fat guy from The Office.” That fat guy from “The Office” is Brian Baumgartner, who played Kevin Malone in the TV series.

Let’s have a look.

 

 

Journalists and Their Animal Twins

We’re taking Separated at Birth to new, deeper and ridiculous heights today. We liked BuzzFeed‘s rendition of this with members of Congress so much that we decided to steal the idea for our own fishy purposes. Enjoy!

10. CNN’s Wolf Blitzer and a Wooley sheep.

9. Slate‘s Dave Weigel and a sloth.

8. Katrina vanden Heuvel and an Afghan breed of dog.

7. Breitbart NewsMatthew Boyle and a chipmunk. Hey, they don’t call those chipmunk cheeks for nothing right? We’re talking about the chipmunk, of course.

6. HuffPost‘s Michael Calderone and these exaggerated versions of his dark eyes in some cool cats we found online.

5. ABC’s Martha Raddatz and a blonde Afghan breed of dog.

4. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and a dog with reading glasses.

Don’t miss the top three…

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Separated at Birth: Deputy White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest

This morning we match Principal White House Deputy Press Secretary and Special Asst. to the President Josh Earnest with former presidential hopeful and Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty. It certainly helps that their mouths are moving in the same direction.

Separated at Birth: WaPo’s Ezra Klein

With Ezra Klein‘s new old man facial hair look comes a brand new doppelganger for the MSNBC Contributor who writes for WaPo and Bloomberg View.

Here we pair him with outgoing Iranian Prez Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Have a look. Focus on the bottom portions of their faces. Compare and contrast this to a previous Separated at Birth pairing we did for Ezzy in March, 2012.

 

Separated at Birth: Two Blonde TV Journos

PBS’s Judy Woodruff and CNN’s Deborah Feyerick could easily be related. Sisters? Mother-daughter? Either will do.

 

Separated at Birth: Fox News’ Roger Ailes

The big guy over at Fox News — that would be Roger Ailes, not Bill O’Reilly no matter what he thinks — has an unbelievable twin out there. It’s the late suspense filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. Ailes is on the left, Hitchcock on the right.

Separated at Birth: Charlie Cook Part II

Yesterday we brought you the doppelganger of The Cook Report‘s Charlie Cook. We said he looked like Jason Furman, President Obama‘s nominee for the Council of Economic Advisers, who in turn looks like Clark Kent. But a reader pointed out that we missed one uncanny twin for Cook. Focus on the bangs.

Noteworthy: The reader had the audacity to instruct us to run this as a correction.

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