20. Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss
> Birthday: Aug. 21, 1981
> Place of birth: Southampton, New York
> Famous for: Sued Mark Zuckerberg; First bitcoin billionaires
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 1,067,562
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, while acclaimed for their own contributions in the tech field, are best known for suing Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of social media giant Facebook. In 2008, the twins were awarded $65 million in cash and Facebook stock after suing Zuckerberg for stealing their idea for the social network that has made Zuckerberg a billionaire.
The Winklevoss twins used their newly acquired wealth to back cryptocurrency pioneer bitcoin. They are the founders of the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange.
19. Mo and Hassan Farah
> Birthday: March 23, 1983
> Place of birth: Mogadishu, Somalia
> Famous for: Mo is a gold medalist in both 5,000m and 10,000m races at two consecutive Olympic games
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 1,084,407
While an accomplished runner since adolescence, Mo Farah made history in 2010 when he won both the 5,000 and 10,000 meter races at the European Track and Field Championships. Just one week after this double win, Farah became the first British man to run below 13 minutes for the 5,000 meter race. His finish of 12:57.94 established a national record, which he then beat one year later and set a record of 12:53.11. Farah has won the gold medal in both the 10,000 meter and 5,000 meter races at two Olympic games, London 2012 and Rio 2016, as well as at the European T&F Championships, making him the first person in history to win both races on three different occasions.
Mo’s twin, Hassan, is not as well known, having been separated from his brother for 12 years when they were just eight years old. Mo went with his father to England, while Hassan stayed with their mother in Somalia.
18. Harry and Luke Treadaway
> Birthday: Sept. 10, 1984
> Place of birth: Exeter, England
> Famous for: Brothers of the Head
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 1,185,358
English twins Harry and Luke Treadaway got their big break when they were just 21 years old in the film “Brothers of the Head.” The twins played wannabe rock stars and conjoined twins Barry and Tom Howe. Since their debut film in 2005, the Treadaway twins have taken different paths in their acting careers. For nearly a decade, Harry acquired more recognizable roles in movies such as Anton Corbijn’s “Control” in 2007 and Andrea Arnold’s “Fish Tank” in 2009. As Harry landed roles in cinema, Luke rerouted his acting talents into the world of theater. By 2013, Luke stepped into the spotlight with his performance in “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.”
Harry has appeared in the TV series “The Crown” and “Star Trek: Picard,” and Luke can be seen in the television series “Traitors” and “Fortitude.”
17. Jon and Dan Heder
> Birthday: Oct. 26, 1977
> Place of birth: Fort Collins, Colorado
> Famous for: Napoleon Dynamite and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 1,240,533
The Heder twins are nothing short of a hilarious, ingenious duo. Jon is more well-known than his identical twin Dan, having accumulated over 70 acting credits since 2000. Jon is best known for his role as directionless and dopey teenager Napoleon in cult classic film “Napoleon Dynamite.” Comedy is Jon’s specialty, having also starred in “The Benchwarmers,” “Blades of Glory,” and “Just Like Heaven.” Dan has made his mark as a previsualization artist, doing the digital animation and visual effects for several movies, namely, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”
Jon has voiced characters in the TV series “Star vs. the Forces of Evil” and “Pickle and Peanut.” Dan is a producer and has done visual effects for action films “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and “Avengers: Endgame.”
16. Jeremy and Jason London
> Birthday: Nov. 7, 1972
> Place of birth: San Diego, California
> Famous for: The Man in the Moon and Dazed and Confused
> Wikipedia page views (5/19/18-5/19/20): 1,246,719
These twins went from being adored as Hollywood icons in their early 20s to being famous for their rebellious behavior as they got closer to their 30s. Unlike many of the celebrity twins on this list, the London brothers actually made their debut as stars separately. First, Jason was cast in 90s films “The Man in the Moon” and “Dazed and Confused.” Jeremy gained his fame playing in the series “Party of Five” and “7th Heaven.” Jeremy succumbed to drug addictions and ended up on VH1’s “Celebrity Rehab” show. By 2013, Jason was arrested after a bar fight at Martini Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona and charged with disorderly conduct.
Jason appeared in the films “Weekend Warriors” and “Horse Camp: A Love Tail” this year. Jeremy has various projects in production.