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* FamilyEyeResemblance: Family members may look different in other ways, but their eyes look alike.



* FamilyEyeResemblance: Family members may look different in other ways, but their eyes look alike.

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* FamilyEyeResemblance: Family members may LookAlikeLovers: A pair of lovers look different in other ways, but their eyes look alike.a lot more similar than you would expect.


A character who is deliberately impersonating another character doesn't count. For simplicity's sake, we'll also leave out characters that have been "duplicated" by some means; we can just assume that they look the same. (This includes [[OurClonesAreIdentical clones]], [[TwinTropes twins]], [[TimeTravelTropes past/future selves]], etc.)

See also the {{Doppelganger}} index.

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A character who is deliberately impersonating another character doesn't count. For simplicity's sake, we'll also leave out characters that have been "duplicated" by some means; we can just assume that they look the same. (This includes [[OurClonesAreIdentical clones]], [[TwinTropes twins]], [[TimeTravelTropes past/future selves]], etc.)

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) If you're interested in any of those scenarios, see the {{Doppelganger}} index.


A character who is deliberately impersonating another character doesn't count. For simplicity's sake, we'll also leave out characters that have been "duplicated" by some means. (This includes [[OurClonesAreIdentical clones]], [[TwinTropes twins]], [[TimeTravelTropes past/future selves]], etc.)

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A character who is deliberately impersonating another character doesn't count. For simplicity's sake, we'll also leave out characters that have been "duplicated" by some means.means; we can just assume that they look the same. (This includes [[OurClonesAreIdentical clones]], [[TwinTropes twins]], [[TimeTravelTropes past/future selves]], etc.)

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Tropes about characters who look a lot like other characters, or even real-world people. The resemblance may have a logical explanation or it may just be a coincidence.

A character who is deliberately impersonating another character doesn't count. For simplicity's sake, we'll also leave out characters that have been "duplicated" by some means. (This includes [[OurClonesAreIdentical clones]], [[TwinTropes twins]], [[TimeTravelTropes past/future selves]], etc.)

See also the {{Doppelganger}} index.

!!Tropes:

* ActingForTwo: Of course the characters look alike, they're played by the same person!
* CelebrityResemblance: When another character in the story notices that an ordinary person looks like a celebrity.
* ComicBookFantasyCasting: Drawn or animated characters are made to look like a real-world celebrity.
* GenericCuteness: Most characters in a drawn or animated work look alike because the artist used a default "cute" aesthetic.
* IdenticalGrandson: Descendants look just like their ancestors.
* IdenticalStranger: Two unrelated people who look ''exactly'' alike.
* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: People who look, talk, and act ''exactly'' alike, with no plausible explanation.
* InkSuitActor: Animated characters look like the actors who play them.
* FamilyEyeResemblance: Family members may look different in other ways, but their eyes look alike.
* OnlyOneFemaleMold: In a drawn or animated work, all female characters look identical from the neck down.
* OnlySixFaces: Characters in a drawn or animated work look alike because the artist only used one or a few "default" face designs.
* PrinceAndPauper: Two unrelated characters look similar enough to secretly swap places.
* ResemblanceReveal: Surprise! They look like someone you already know!
* SeparatedAtBirthCasting: Two actors cast as relatives look a lot alike, despite not actually being related.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: Family members look like each other.
* TextualCelebrityResemblance: In a non-visual work, the narration explicitly states that a character looks like a certain celebrity.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Family members look more like each other than logic would permit.
* UncattyResemblance: Pets and their owners look alike.
* YouALLLookFamiliar: Video game characters look alike because it's easier to build a game that way.
* YouRemindMeOfX: In cases where the commented-upon similarity is wholly or partly physical (as opposed to similar actions/values/personality traits).

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