Jimmy just won his first career major golf tournament with his wire-to-wire PGA Championship victory. Jimmie won over television hearts far and wide as "J.J." on "Good Times."
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Luke Willson / Luke Wilson
Willson is a Canadian-American tight end for the Seattle Seahawks. Wilson once played a tennis player in the "Royal Tenenbaums."
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One is an Icelandic mixed-martial artist and top-ranked welterwight fighter in the UFC. The other is the son of teen idol Ricky Nelson, one-half of the pop group Nelson and can't live without your love and affection.
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Evan Longoria / Eva Longoria
Evan is a three-time All-Star third baseman and the face of the Tampa Bay Rays. Eva is a Golden Globe- and SAG Award-nominated actress and one of the more prominent faces on "Desperate Housewives" and "Devious Maids."
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Jon Singleton / John Singleton
Jon Singleton is a first baseman for the Houston Astros. John Singleton is an Oscar-nominated director and writer of movies like "Boyz in the Hood."
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The Kansas star-turned Dallas Mavericks player shares a namesake with the American fashion designer. It was such a perfect fit that the former Jayhawk even signed an endorsement deal with the clothing brand.
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Maybe the Green Bay Packers player's parents were John Hughes fans. Jake Ryan just happened to be the name of Molly Ringwald's dream man on "Sixteen Candles," which was released eight years before the inside linebacker was born.
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The fact that the Brewers pitcher is in Milwaukee and the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" rapper and TV star-turned A-list player is in Hollywood has not dissuaded Smith the MLB player from meeting his actor counterpart.
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One is a Pro Bowl cornerback for the San Diego Chargers. The other is a musician and lead singer of the Killers. Both have got soul (but they're not soldiers).
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Regina George the sprinter will have to hand off the baton to her Nigerian teammates in the 4 x 400 meter relay at the Rio Olympics. Which is not to be confused with conniving Mean Girl Regina George (played by Rachel McAdams, pictured), who has been known to stop trying to make fetch happen.
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Cris Carter / Chris Carter
Cris Carter is a wide receiver who played much of his Hall of Fame career with the Minnesota Vikings. Screenwriter Chris Carter is the creator of "The X-Files" and could believe that the truth is out there.
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The one on the left is a former No. 1 ranked golfer in the world from Australia. The latter is a comedic actor best known for his roles in "Parks and Recreation" and "Step Brothers." Sometimes they get each other's mail, like when Australian Scott won the Masters in 2013. And the "Party Down" actor has capitalized on that, starring in a golf comedy series with actor Jon Daly (as golfer John Daly), just to confuse you even more.
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One won three gold medals in the backstroke at the Rio 2016 Olympics. The other is an Emmy-winning writer-producer known for "American Horror Story" and "Glee."
One is a Cleveland Indians baseball player from the Dominican Republic. The other is a Grammy winning Mexican-American musician. Both are considered smooth.
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