Celebrity Double Take: The Stunt Doubles of the Leading Men and Women of Hollywood

Mark Wahlberg and Dan Mast

When Marky Mark was posing for Calvin Klein underwear ads in the 90’s, I doubt anyone of us thought he would one day be an A-list actor. But here we are, Mark Walkberg is one of the leading men in Hollywood with a long list of films to his credit, including numerous box office smash hits like Ted and Transformers. Wahlberg is so popular that countless movie studios are trying to cast him in films spanning across quite a few different genres. However, with anything that requires any sort of physical activity where the star could get injured, a double will surely be used. That double is likely going to be Dan Mast, who looks just like Wahlberg in just about every way possible.

Emilia Clarke and Rosie Mac

Game of Thrones is one of the biggest and most popular shows in the world right now. And without question, the hottest star on the show is the great “Khaleesi,” the “Mother of Dragons,” the “Breaker of Chains,” the one and only Daenerys Targaryen played by Emelia Clark. She’s one of the most beautiful and recognizable characters on TV thanks to her gorgeous white hair, stunning good looks, and no-nonsense attitude. During the filming of GoT, Clark often found herself in precarious positions and that’s when her equally attractive stunt double, Rosie Mac, would step in to save the day. Rosie looks exactly like you would expect Daenerys to look like, only real!

Johnny Depp And Tony Angelotti

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Tony Angelotti must’ve been the happiest stunt double in the business when he landed the role as Johnny Depp’s double for Captain Jack Sparrow. With the level of sword fighting and jumping from boat mast to boat mast that took place during the Pirates of the Carribean movies, Angelotti had his hands full. With the amount of money those films made, there’s no way studio executives would allow the Depp to perform anything that wasn’t going to directly show his face when onscreen. Thanks to the makeup Jack Sparrow wore, that made it easier for Angelotti to step in without audiences knowing.

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