10 Celebrities Who Impersonate Other Celebrities

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While it’s not right to copy another fashion designer’s work, there are some instances when copying is acceptable. In fact, it can be downright hilarious! When celebrities poke fun at other celebrities by impersonating them, the results are often very entertaining. Check out the 10 stars below who’ve impersonated a fellow famous face.

Bradley Cooper as Owen Wilson & Robert De Niro

During an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, Bradley Cooper impersonated both Robert De Niro and Owen Wilson. Cooper says he has a bad habit of imitating other actors once he works with them.



Matt Damon as Matthew McConaughey

Matt Damon did his best impersonation of Matthew McConaughey during an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman. Damon sounded just like McConaughey as he mocked his fellow actor’s need to constantly take his shirt off.



Anne Hathaway as Katie Holmes

Anne Hathaway impersonated Katie Holmes during a sketch on Saturday Night Live. Hathaway’s imitation of Holmes’ mannerisms and facial expressions was spot on.



Andy Samberg as Mark Wahlberg

Andy Samberg impersonated Mark Wahlberg during an episode of Saturday Night Live. The skit was titled “Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals.”



Miley Cyrus as Justin Bieber

Miley Cyrus impersonated Justin Bieber on SNL, complete with a cropped hairdo, purple hoodie, and leather jacket. She chatted with another member of the cast who was doing her own impersonation of Cyrus as the same time.



Drake as Lil Wayne

Drake says his ability to do a great impersonation of Lil Wayne stems from the amount of time he spends around the rapper. Drake calls Lil Wayne his idol and insists it’s all in good fun, but he mimics the rapper’s voice and signature laugh perfectly.



Tina Fey as Sarah Palin

Tina Fey’s impersonations of Sarah Palin during several Saturday Night Live sketches helped draw a record number of viewers to the show. Fey bore an uncanny resemblance to Palin and nailed her accent and mannerisms as well.



Justin Timberlake as John Mayer

Justin Timberlake once impersonated John Mayer during an interview with Jimmy Fallon. Timberlake joked about the faces Mayer makes when performing and sang a few lines of one of Mayer’s songs in a raspy voice.



Dane Cook as Tom Cruise

No one can forget Tom Cruise’s infamous couch-jumping incident during his interview with Oprah. Dane Cook did his own rendition of Cruise’s outburst during at appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.



Kevin Spacey as 9 Other Celebrities

 During an appearance on Inside the Actors Studio, Kevin Spacey imitated nine celebrities within a few minutes, including Jimmy Stewart, Johnny Carson, Katharine Hepburn, Clint Eastwood, John Gielgud, Marlon Brando, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino, and Jack Lemmon.