15 Stunt Doubles Who Flawlessly Mirror Our Favorite Actors

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Since the world’s earliest surviving motion-picture, Roundhay Garden Scene, was created in 1888, the film industry has massively evolved. Scenes are increasingly more complex and directors are fearless when imagining action sequences. So, stunt performers are now a key element of the team. And although editing can do wonders, these stuntmen and women have nailed the art of being one and the same with actors.

Now I’ve Seen Everything turns the spotlight on those who do the riskiest parts of the movies we all love, all while twinning with some of our favorite stars.

Bruce Willis on the set of a comedy-action flick, Cop Out

A tired Daniel Craig on the set of No Time to Die

Jennifer Lopez and her stunt double Vanessa Vander Pluym on the set of Shades of Blue

Melissa McBride and her twin stuntwoman

Robin Williams, and Mike Mitchell, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

Elsa Pataky, Chris Hemsworth’s wife, shared a photo from the set of the new movie, Interceptor, with fans.

Michael Douglas and Mike Runyard making us see double for Ant-Man

It must’ve not been that scary for Jared Padalecki to fight with the evil guy in the Supernatural series. After all, his stunt double was always there for him.

It’s wonderful to see Chris Evans, but when there are 2 of them, it’s even better.

Taylor Lautner and his stunt double must’ve always been out of breath while filming a series of complex tricks.

Natasha Lyonne from Russian Doll has some smiling colleagues.

Finn Jones, accompanied by his stunt double David Armstrong, on the set of Iron Fist

The star of the series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Ellie Kemper, surrounded by her stunt doubles

Tom Hardy and his stunt double, Jacob Tomuri, even have the same ears!

But Tomuri works with more than just Hardy — he was a great dwarf in The Hobbit.

Would you also like to have a stunt double in your everyday life who could perform all your complicated tasks for you?

Please note: This article was updated in December 2021 to correct source material and factual inaccuracies.


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