This list isn't mocking those that look like cartoon characters, but celebrating them. After all, while the rest of us have to pay a guy on a boardwalk to draw our caricature, these people get to see a high-quality animated version for free. And I think that's pretty impressive.
Here are 11 people who bear an amazing resemblance to famous cartoon characters...
Mr. Fredrickson from Up.
This might be the closest resemblance on the list; it's so good, this guy could probably make money as an impersonator. Of course, based on most people's visceral reaction to Up, that means a lot of people would approach him and weep -- but maybe he could parlay that into better tips?
Peter Griffin from Family Guy.
While this guy's face isn't 80 percent chin like Peter Griffin's, it's enough chin. However, his chin zero percent looks like testicles, which is a sticking point.
C. Montgomery Burns from The Simpsons.
That handsome fellow on the right is Robert Bentley, the governor of Alabama. Apparently no mouthy little girl served him a three-eyed fish and took down his campaign.
Woody from Toy Story.
If Bob Saget ever finds out he looks like Woody from Toy Story, expect an impromptu super-blue 15 minutes all centered around woody-based erection pun humor.
Russell from Up.
Is this the new go-to costume for puffy young Asian children? Good call. It's way preferable to dressing as young Kim Jong Un.
The Riddler from Batman: The Animated Series.
Fortunately, when looking for the right Neil Patrick Harris photo to pair with that Riddler photo, I searched "Neil Patrick Harris smirking"... and almost broke Google.
Mr. Mackey from South Park.
Mr. Mackey bears a tremendous resemblance to John Clayton, one member of ESPN's massive army of football analysts. This screenshot -- where Clayton's head appears to be extra swell-y -- drives it home particularly well.
Linguine from Ratatouille.
I had no idea what the character's name from Ratatouille was, but I do know this kid looks exactly like him. I definitely saw Ratatouille but I remember very little about it. It was like An American Tale meets Top Chef I think.
Beavis from Beavis and Butthead.
This Beavis lookalike came into our lives in 2003 when he was busted for robbing a woman's house in Oregon and dressing up in her clothes. The scratches on his forehead are from running into a briar patch, because where else would they be from?
Eric Cartman from South Park.
This kid obviously knows he looks like Cartman; his outfit isn't an accident. And that's what you've got to do when you look like a cartoon character in this era -- just embrace it. Get out in front of it, own it and figure out how you can turn it into a way to make money on social media.
Randy Marsh from South Park.
The guy on the right most certainly was outraged at being arrested, what with this being America and all.
This post was originally published on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 11:00:00 AM under the category TV.