1. Aaron Rodgers
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    Whenever the Green Bay Packers play, I get about a dozen tweets at me along the lines of "great play, BJ Novak!!! LOL" I guess I see it, though I think he very much looks like a football player and you would not describe me as "looks like a football player."
  2. Seth Meyers
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    About once or twice a year I am complimented for my work on SNL and if I ask what specifically I hear something like "your John Kerry impression!" I understand this one more. I wouldn't mistake us, but I do think if you described my characteristics accurately to a police sketch artist you might wind up with a sketch of him, or vice versa.
  3. Max Kellerman
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    I was complimented the other day for my work on ESPN and I guessed correctly right away that the guy had mistaken me for @Kellerman. I'll happily take that mistake.
  4. Billy Joel
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    Freshman year of college, I was told by Robert Stetson, father of my roommate Chess (and of list app user @kathleenstetson, and future father-in-law of @jcrusius) that I looked like the spitting image of young Billy Joel. I have never heard it since but I agree with it.
  5. Young Al Pacino
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    My favorite of these to be told.
  6. Chris Kattan
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    I was told this once, by Chris Kattan.