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People Don’t Believe That These Celebrities Are Not Related

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In celebrity doppelgangers, fans say actors Robert Ri’chard and Neal McDonough could be father and son.

Fans took to Twitter to comment on the eerie resemblance between the couple.

The 17-year age difference between Ri’chard and McDonough could also be a factor in their alleged relationship with one another.

Ri’chard is an actor and producer best known for his work on Coach Carter, House of Wax, and One on One.

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In 2020, the actor became part of the Not Alone Foundation (NAF), a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and preventing kidney disease.

In terms of his charitable work and the importance of giving back, Ri’chard was inspired by his grandfather, as reported by The Atlanta Voice.

I grew up in a household where my grandfather told me to give a lot, ask little and inspire everything, so that is my mission on earth.

McDonough is best known for his work on C -tain America: The First Avenger and American Horror Story. He recently signed up to star in Dominic Scott Kay’s debut film, Drops of Jupiter.

The film, written by Kay during the pandemic, explores the connection between a blind boy named Lion and a girl with hemophilia named Eloise.

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McDonough and Kay also worked together on the Steve Spielberg film Minority Report.

McDonough and his wife Ruvé shared a joint statement about their connection with Kay and their anticipation of working again.

Since we’ve known Dominic for as long as we have had, we couldn’t be more excited or blessed to take this journey together.

However, this isn’t the only connection McDonough fans were interested in, as many asked on Twitter if he and Ri’chard were related.

Many people were quick to respond to the idea, with reactions ranging from intrigued to complete fan theories.

Either way, father and son or not, we hope that one day they can work together.

Shola Lee

Shola Lee began her journalistic career while completing her bachelor’s degree at Queen Mary, University of London and Columbia University in New York. She has written for Columbia Spectator, QM Global Bloggers, CUB Magazine, UniDays, and Wizarding World Digital by Warner Brothers. Shola recently joined the BAFTA Crew and the   New Creatives 2021 program before becoming a journalist at UNILAD, where she works on breaking news, trending stories and features.

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