The Most Famous Identical Twins of All Time

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25. Mark and Scott Kelly
> Birthday: Feb. 21, 1964
> Place of birth: West Orange, New Jersey
> Famous for: American astronauts
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 799,576

Mark and Scott Kelly are former NASA astronauts, and each has earned his own distinctive collection of accolades. Scott Kelly has completed two long-duration space station missions as well as two shorter trips between 1999 and 2015. His most recent trip, a year-long mission, was also used to explore how the human body adapts to long periods of staying in space. Scott passed along tips on dealing with isolation in space in a New York Times article in February as America braced for social isolation to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

Mark Kelly is highly regarded not only in NASA, but also with the U.S. Navy. With over 6,000 flight hours, 39 combat missions, and spending more than 50 days in space, Mark is one of the nation’s most seasoned pilots. Mark Kelly, husband of former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords, is challenging Republican Martha McSally for the Arizona seat in the U.S. Senate once held by John McCain.

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24. Charlie and Max Carver
> Birthday: July 31, 1988
> Place of birth: San Francisco, California
> Famous for: Desperate Housewives and Teen Wolf
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 806,411

Charlie and Max Carver might as well be pegged as teenage heartthrobs. The identical twin actors have so far signed up for roles made specifically for twins. Their career took off with ABC’s long-running drama series, “Desperate Housewives,” where they played Preston and Porter Scavo, sons of Felicity Huffman and Doug Savant’s characters. The twins have gained even more attention in their roles as Aiden and Ethan in the MTV series “Teen Wolf.”

The two are scheduled to appear in “The Batman” and the TV series “The Blooms,” both set to be released in 2021.

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23. Jill and Jacqueline Hennessy
> Birthday: Nov. 25, 1968
> Place of birth: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
> Famous for: Jill appeared on “Law & Order”; Jacqueline is journalist who appeared in “Dead Ringers” with her sister
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 918,227

Canadian-born Jill Hennessy has appeared in many American television series and is best known as the husky-voiced district attorney on the long-running crime drama series “Law & Order.” Among her other TV credits are “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “City on a Hill,” and “Crossing Jordan.” Jill is also a singer and songwriter who performed on the Lilith Tour with Sarah McLachlan, The Indigo Girls, and the Dixie Chicks.

Jill’s less famous sister, Jacqueline, is a journalist who also has acting credits that include the movies “Northern Borders,” “The Acting Class,” and “Dead Ringers,” the latter of which she appeared in with her sister. Jacqueline and Jill also used to perform as an act that was titled “Jack and Jill.”

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22. Jessica and Lisa Origliasso
> Birthday: Dec. 25, 1984
> Place of birth: Queensland, Australia
> Famous for: The Veronicas
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 960,765

Jessica and Lisa Origliasso entered the music scene in 2005 with their first album “The Secret Life Of…:” While that album was successful in Australia, it wasn’t until the sisters released the song “Untouched” from their 2007 album “Hook Me Up” that they made the charts in the U.S. By 2009, the single peaked as No. 17 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

The identical twins starred in a six-episode Australian reality TV show about their personal and professional lives “The Veronicas: Blood is for Life” that aired in November on MTV.

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21. Ronde and Tiki Barber
> Birthday: April 7, 1975
> Place of birth: Blacksburg, Virginia
> Famous for: Former NFL players
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 1,059,546

Ronde and Tiki Barber have been long described as inseparable, even though they have played on opposing teams in the NFL since their professional career launched in the late 1990s. Tiki was drafted by the New York Giants as a running back, and Ronde went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a cornerback. Tiki played in three Pro Bowl games, and Ronde played in five.

Tiki’s professional football career came to an end in 2006, and Ronde played until 2013, ending a 16-year career with the Buccaneers. The brothers are hoping that at least one will someday be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Tiki is the co-host of the radio talk show “Tiki and Tierney.” Ronde is an NFL game analyst.