These apps don't really tell you what celeb you look like, but what PHOTO OF YOU resembles a celeb. Different photos have markedly different results.
A few years ago someone told me that I looked like Matthew Broderick in this old picture of me so I figured I'd run it in a similar app. The process is suspect; how can anyone look like Glenn Close AND Brooke Shields?
A picture maybe 30 years later yields very different results:
What's far more telling is what celebrities you've been MISTAKEN for.
In 1987, a few years before the earlier photo was taken, I was actually mistaken twice in one week for movie actor Stephen Bauer, a hot latino actor playing the brother in "Que Pasa USA" and then, after anglicizing his name, became best known playing another latino in "Scarface" as the right hand man who marries Pacino's sister. New to Manhattan, I'd splurged on a couple of nights on the town by taking cabs and going to restaurants, dressing up in a navy suit with an olive raincoat. Both a cab driver and a waiter asked me flat out if I was Stephen Bauer. Recently I saw the movie "Sword of Gideon" and it all made sense. He'd headlined that flick in '86 and aside from suits and trenchcoats wore olive drab through much of it. Odds are he'd been promoting the film in NYC, too. Here's a YouTube clip of Bauer rockin' an olive military tank top and adorably picking a gun in "Gideon," working my signature blend of danger and boyish naivete:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM4h4TsEDqE