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Ray Nicholson, Jack Nicholson

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Well look at these two fine gentlemen!

Jack Nicholson and his youngest son, Ray Nicholson, stepped out for a rare public appearance Saturday evening in the Hamptons.

While attending Ron Perelman's "Apollo in the Hamptons" charity event at The Creeks, the father-son duo had some attendees seeing double because of their similar facial expressions and bone structure.

Jack opted for a classic black button-down with shades while his 23-year-old guest followed dad's lead with a goatee and dressy shirt.

The star-studded fundraiser, which raised money for New York City's Apollo Theatre, featured performances from Jamie Foxx and Pitbull. Mary-Kate Olsen, Jimmy Fallon and Lewis Hamilton were also spotted at the event.

While Jack and Ray may have fans distracted with their physical similarities, the two also share a passion for the movie scene.

At just 22, Jack was making his big-screen debut in the 1959 movie, The Cry Baby Killer. Not to be outdone, Ray had obtained multiple assistant director credits to his name after graduating from the University of Southern California.

And even though the two can often be found at charity events, there's another famous landmark in Los Angeles that these two dudes love to visit. Yes, we're talking about the Staples Center.

The loyal basketball fans have been spotted cheering on Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers when they face-off against their opponents.

For those curious, they are such big fans that you can often find them in the front row. Not too shabby, right?