Minnesota Timberwolves guard Rubio and former Beatles drummer Starr both have been overshadowed by more popular teammates/bandmates throughout their careers.
Lane Kiffin and Daniel Tosh
Current Alabama offensive coordinator Kiffin (left) has always been a master of rubbing opponents the wrong way, especially during his days as head coach of the Raiders in the NFL, plus Tennessee and USC in college. Comedian Tosh has made a career out of fearlessly poking his targets, including his likeness Kiffin in this classic skit.
Hugh Grant and Phil Mickelson
Both the actor Grant (left) and golfer Mickelson are past their primes but enjoyed plenty of time as A-listers.
Mike Tomlin and Omar Epps
Tomlin (left), the Steelers head coach since 2007, has an uncanny resemblance to actor Epps, who famously took on the movie role of Willie Mays Hayes in 'Major League 2.'
Quentin Tarantino and Roger Federer
Both the famous film director Tarantino (left) and tennis icon Federer have been legitimately praised as geniuses in their field.
Chucky and Jon Gruden
Horror movie star Chucky (left, though that should be obvious) hit it big in the movie 'Child's Play' and many sequels. Former NFL coach and current analyst Gruden has been pegged with the 'Chucky' nickname for obvious reasons.
Jeff Van Gundy and David Paymer
Former NBA coach Van Gundy (left) and actor Paymer share that high-energy, frenetic, worrisome demeanor -- though we're unsure if Paymer has ever held onto the leg of Alonzo Mourning for dear life during a brawl.
Ron Jeremy and Stan Van Gundy
Iconic porn star Jeremy (left) looks more like the brother of current Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy than Stan's brother Jeff.
Sean Miller and Jimmy Kimmel
Arizona basketball coach Miller (left) has quite the personality, but no offense coach, you can't match the sense of humor of late-night host/comedian Kimmel.
David Ortiz and Esther Rolle
Ortiz, better known as 'Big Papi', made a name for himself swinging a big stick for the Boston Red Sox. Ortiz lights up the scoreboard with monster home runs, and his megawatt smile has been a fan favorite in Boston for years. Late actress Rolle is famous for her role as Florida Evans on sitcoms 'Maude' and 'Good Times.' She died in 1998.
Ashton Kutcher and Kyle Korver
Atlanta Hawks sharpshooter Korver (right) has been hearing the Kutcher thing ever since entering the NBA in 2004. Spooky coincidence? They are both from Iowa. (cue the spooky coincidence music)
Chris Bosh and Snoop Dogg
Bosh (left) is an NBA star who has battled a bad rap that he's not a true franchise player since joining the Miami Heat in 2010. On the other hand, the music icon Snoop almost never drops a bad rap, fo' shizzle.
Joe Flacco and 'Sesame Street' character Bert
We promise, we're not being mean to Ravens quarterback Flacco (left). You just have to admit the uncanny resemblance.
Gene Hackman and Luiz Felipe Scolari
One of the greatest sports flicks of alltime stars legendary actor Hackman (left), who played a small-town hoops coach in 'Hoosiers'. Well, according to the side-by-side with famous soccer manager Scolari, Hackman definitely looks the part of a sideline sage.
Will Smith and Robert Horry
This has always been one of the most eery sports doppelgangers. Smith (left), once just a rapper known as The Fresh Prince, became a two-time Oscar-winning actor and the only one with eight straight movies grossing more than $100 million domestically. Meanwhile, Horry won seven NBA titles with three different teams -- the most rings of any non-1960s Celtics player ever.
Norv Turner and Al Gore
Not only are longtime NFL coach Turner (left) and politician/inventor of the Internet Gore lookalikes, but their careers are eerily similar -- two men who earned elite success and second fiddles, but who never quite had that 'it' to be the No. 1 in their respective fields.
Dan Marino and David Hasselhoff
Hall of Fame quarterback Marino (left) got his big shot at Hollywood in the original 'Ace Ventura' film with Jim Carrey. Hasselhoff never starred as an athlete, unless you count his longtime stint as a lifeguard on TV's 'Baywatch.'
Nick Faldo and Harrison Ford
Six-time golf major winner Faldo (left) won his first pro tournament, on the European Tour, in 1977 -- the same year a little film called 'Star Wars' was released, starring young actor Ford in his breakthrough performance.
Carlos Bianchi and Larry David
Former Argentine soccer star and manager Bianchi (left) always has that worried look, kind of like the essence of actor/comedian/writer David of 'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' fame.
Kent Graham and Ted Danson
Former NFL quarterback Graham (left) had that tall, lockjaw look of actor Danson -- also known as former Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Sam Malone from his days on the classic sitcom 'Cheers.'
Aaron Brooks and Martin Lawrence
Former NFL quarterback Brooks (left) was always the spitting image of actor/comedian Lawrence during their heydays in the 2000s.
Rick Carlisle and Jim Carrey
The current Dallas Mavericks head coach Carlisle (left) probably can't pull off the physical comedy of Carrey, but they bear a certain resemblance.
Tom Brady and Matt Damon
Not only are they lookalikes, but they're also the stars of a New Englander's wet dream. They came into fame around the same time, Damon winning an Oscar in 1997 and Brady winning the Super Bowl in 2002. No surprise Damon was among the first to come to Brady's defense when the Deflategate scandal broke.
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Mark Sanchez and Adrian Grenier
Sanchez, the NFL QB, and Grenier's Vincent Chase, the star of 'Entourage,' both have reputations as ladies' men. One of the few sexy starlets who appeared on 'Entourage' that Vinnie Chase didn't bed was Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who went for his tubby pal Turtle instead. Real life mirrored fantasy, too, as Sigler and Jerry Ferrara (Turtle) dated for a while. But when they broke up, she went for the Vince type, dating Sanchez while he played for the Jets.