…Just taking a break from Hollywood…

Years ago in college, a guy I dated told me that I looked and sounded like “an actress [he] admired”.  Despite my badgering, he’d never tell me who this actress was.  I had forgotten about it until this year.

I’ve been told three times in the last 4 months, by two photographers and a nurse, that I look and sound like the actress, Dana Delany.  I find this really funny, as I hadn’t thought about this elusive doppelgänger that I had out there for over a decade.  Today, my husband was present to hear it stated the third time.  He’s not great with actors/actresses names, but I could see that he recognised hers.  I just looked her up and, curiously, her birthday is the day after mine.  Pretty cool.

I can only think of perhaps one or two occasions where I’ve told someone I had met that they reminded me of someone.  So, this got me wondering how often others hear that they look like someone famous.  We’re always told that we have a doppelgänger out there in the world, but who is it?

The nurse who told me I looked and sounded like Dana Delany told me that I should tell people I’m just “taking a break from Hollywood.  Hanging out here in Madison, getting a little work done.”  Wonder how that would work out for me?

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About The Amusing Muse

Deep thinker whose mind operates at warped speed. Philosopher pondering the big (and little) things in life. Storyteller. Office Ninja. Model. Teller of bad jokes. User of big words.
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One Response to …Just taking a break from Hollywood…

  1. Pat Meiers says:

    Now that you mention it, maybe that is why I like Ms. Delany’s work! Her newest series – in which she portrays a medical examiner would be right up your alley – researching crimes and solving murders! Maybe she could use a MUCH YOUNGER double – you’d like her taste in shoes!

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