9 Celebrities Have More Characters Than We Thought

Emma Watson

An actor’s profession entails portraying a variety of characters, but it’s not uncommon for them to have a lot in common with the person they represent. You could call it a perfect casting choice in certain ways. Because being able to relate to your character lends credibility to the actor’s portrayal. Hotreview4u was taken aback by how similar these actors are to their fictitious characters. Let’s check 9 celebrities who have more characters than we thought via today’s blog.

Emma Watson

Emma Watson claimed she identified with Hermione Granger, her Harry Potter character. She wanted to be a nerdy know-it-all when she was a kid, even if it was unpopular. She, like Hermione, is a voracious reader.

Emma Watson
Emma Watson

Chelsea Peretti

Gina Linetti, a character she played on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, has a lot of similarities to the actress. They are both extremely honest, for example, and never leave home without their phones. Andy Samberg, who played Jake on the same sitcom as them, is their best friend.

Chelsea Peretti
Chelsea Peretti

Jenna Fischer

Jenna Fischer worked as a receptionist before becoming an actress and landing the role of Pam on The Office. The actress also admitted that, like her character, it took her a long time to figure out how to speak up for herself.

Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer

Meghan Markle

In real life, Meghan Markle is a huge foodie. Rachel Zane, the character she played on the TV program Suits, inherited this attribute from her.

Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle

Lea Michele

Like her Glee character Rachel Berry, Lea Michele is incredibly driven and shares a passion for fitness, which she uses to harness her ambitions.

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Amanda Seyfried

In the film Mamma Mia, the actress played Sophie, and she stated she is similar to her character in that they are both “impulsive and scatterbrained,” trying to figure out who they are.

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

Kunal Nayyar

On The Big Bang Theory, the actor played Dr. Rajesh Koothrappali, and he recently received a doctorate in real life. He now has a Ph.D. in Humane Letters under his belt. “I never believed after playing Dr. Rajesh Koothrappali for 12 years that I would be awarded an actual Ph.D. in real life,” the actor wrote on Instagram.

Kunal Nayyar
Kunal Nayyar

Jake Johnson

Jake Johnson was given a lot of room to improvise while making the sitcom New Girl. That’s how his character Nick resembled the actor in real life: they’re both not flamboyant and don’t want to be the focus of attention, for example. Furthermore, despite having only three semesters left before graduation, his character Nick is a law school dropout, while Johnson himself dropped out to focus on discovering things that he cared about (which turned out to be acting).

Jake Johnson
Jake Johnson

Robert Downey Jr.

In some ways, the actor and his famed role as Tony Stark/Iron Man in the Marvel franchise are comparable. They are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about technology. Downey Jr., like his character, is utilizing technology to save the Earth: he’s searching for a means for robots to clean up the planet, which he believes is doable “within a decade.”

Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr.

What celebrities do you think to have more characters? Would you prefer playing a character who is similar to you or the polar opposite if you were an actor?

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