People have noticed similarities between Daniel Radcliffe and Elijah Wood, but now the Internet is starting to realize that the Harry Potter alum has a ton of other doppelgangers. This time, however, people on Reddit are comparing Radcliffe to women across time.

While appearing on The Tonight Show Monday, host Jimmy Fallon showed the audience various photographs of women from across several centuries, and the similarities are uncanny! In one picture, there's an older woman wearing a headscarf and glasses and legitimately looks the same as Radcliffe.

"That's me as an old lady," Radcliffe joked. "It's me as an old lady as a young boy."

How he managed to be both an old lady and a young boy simultaneously remains a mystery. "I don't know how I did that," he quipped.

In another picture, a Radcliffe look-alike was seen getting onto a train with a massive crowd of men. "That's me when I was going off to war," the Horns actor explained of his apparent time traveling.

Daniel Radcliffe, The Tonight Show


Eventually Fallon pulled out a painting that looked like a cross between the Mona Lisa and Radcliffe. The What If star thought he had seen all of his historical twins, but the Saturday Night Live alum managed to surprise him with the artwork.

Despite coming to terms with his many twins, Radcliffe still doesn't understand what it is about his face that seems to have spanned generations. "What is it about me that I look like so many stern old ladies?" he questioned, laughing as he kept looking through the various photos.

Fallon pulled out a photo that showed someone who also looked like him, so Radcliffe and the late-night talk show host joked that they could be friends. In another photo, however, a Radcliffe look-alike stood next to someone who looked like another celebrity.

"Can we discuss how I am with Andy Samberg in this picture?"

Watch the video to see all of Radcliffe's doppelgangers!

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