Although they may not reach their level of talent, their physical resemblance is pretty convincing. Check out these famous grandparents and their mini-me grandchildren.
Quinn Tivey: Grandson of Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor was one of Hollywood's biggest stars, and a few of her trademark features were her dazzling blue eyes and double row of eyelashes. Taylor got married eight times to seven different men and had a total of four children and nine grandchildren. Well, one of her grandchildren was lucky enough to score his grandmother’s good looks.
Taylor passed on her beauty to her grandson Quinn Tivey. If you put the two side by side, they have a nearly identical smile. Tivey is Liza Todd’s son and works as a trustee for the Elizabeth Taylor Foundation. We are sure that his cousins are envious of him!
Apple Martin: Granddaughter of Blythe Danner
Blythe Danner produced several clones, which, for the sake of her inheritors, is a win-win situation. Lucky for them, the former star of "The Great Santini" and "Meet the Parents" has strong genes in her. Apple Martin is only 14 years old, yet it’s apparent that she’s already rocking her grandmother’s stunning looks.
But Apple’s good looks don’t only come from her grandmother. As the daughter of actress Gwyneth Paltrow and the lead singer of Coldplay, Chris Martin, it’s evident that her good looks were also inherited from her parents. Apple looks like a carbon copy of her mother. But still, there are some notable similarities between her and her grandmother.
Bailey Willis: Granddaughter of Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney rose to prominence as the singer and bass guitarist of the Beatles back in 1960. The band became the most famous band in history. Despite the Beatles no longer being together, McCartney hasn’t slowed down and continues to release songs. He has remained in the public eye, and by default, his family has received a lot of media attention over the years.
One of Paul’s daughters, Stella McCartney, has made quite a name for herself as a famous fashion designer. And Stella’s daughter, Bailey Willis, seems to have inherited a lot from her grandfather. She has her grandfather’s signature smile and allegedly some of his mannerisms. Well, she definitely has inherited her mother’s killer fashion sense. And who knows, maybe she’s also inherited her grandfather’s singing!
Arthur Donald: Grandson of Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney has his hands full with five children and eight grandchildren, who were lucky enough to inherit their grandfather’s genes. If you didn’t know that Arthur was Paul’s grandson, you would have seen him and wondered to yourself, “Why does that guy look so familiar?”
Arthur is the oldest of McCartney’s grandchildren. He is the son of Mary McCartney, Paul’s daughter.
Stella Banderas: Grandaughter of Tippi Hedren
When you’re born into a showbiz family, you are almost always guaranteed to be in the public eye. People just can’t help but compare you to your famous grandparents and parents, especially when you look like a mirror image of them. Stella Banderas is the daughter of actress Melanie Griffith and Spanish actor and director Antonio Banderas. She is also the granddaughter of the famous actress Tippi Hedren.
While Stella did acquire many physical traits from her parents, it’s obvious that she looks very similar to her grandmother. The two have the same eyes and nose, which are some of Tippi’s most distinguishable features and the ones that made her a heartthrob during the height of her popularity.
Ethan Peck: Grandson of Gregory Peck
If you put a picture of Ethan Peck next to his grandfather, the late Gregory Peck, you might not be able to tell who is who, had it not been for the quality of the photo and that one is in color and the other in black and white. Gregory was one of the most famous stars of the 20th century. He was nominated for an Academy Award several times and won one for his performance as Atticus Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Well, his grandson Ethan may not be an award winner, but his good looks and family connections have also landed him some pretty cool roles. He has been acting on TV and on the big screen since he was young. He has had roles in "That 70’s Show," "Passport to Paris" alongside Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and most recently as Spock in "Star Trek: Discovery".
Rose Kennedy Schlossberg: Granddaughter of Jacqueline Kennedy
Jacqueline Bouvier was born in 1929 and became one of the most famous First Ladies of the U.S. Married to the former president and late John F. Kennedy; she redefined the image of the First Lady with her unique elegance and strength. While Jacqueline may no longer be around, her legacy lives on, and we're not only talking about the country but the grandchildren she left behind.
Rose Kennedy Schlossberg has inherited the famous (and cursed) Kennedy name and a whole lot of wealth. She also inherited one other priceless attribute: Kennedy’s good looks. Schlossberg looks undeniably like her late grandmother, and she also seems to have inherited her brains. Yep, this beauty is a Harvard graduate.
Conor Kennedy: Grandson of Robert F. Kennedy
A well-known Kennedy who’s made our list is Conor Kennedy. Conor is Robert F. Kennedy’s grandson. Robert was one of nine children to Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., the brother of John F. Kennedy, and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, a philanthropist and socialite.
Conor Kennedy received a lot of attention when he dated Taylor Swift for a short while. Unfortunately, he didn’t get to meet his grandfather, who lost his life in 1968 after winning the California Democratic presidential primary.
Theodore Howard Gabel: Grandson of Ron Howard
There are those people who look like their parents or grandparents when they grow up. And then there are those people who only look like their older family members when they’re young. The latter is definitely the case for Theodore Howard Gabel and his grandfather, Ron Howard.
Howard’s first job in show business was on "The Andy Griffith Show." Theodore looks so much like his grandfather when he was this age. Howard later turned to directing and has worked on films like "Apollo 13", "A Beautiful Mind", and "The Da Vinci Code". In 1975, he married a writer, and they had four children together. One of his children is Bryce Dallas Howard, Theodore’s mother.
Oliver Elfman: Grandson of Peter Fonda
Talk about a family with talent; the Fondas have produced a number of well-known actors. Peter Fonda is the son of Henry Fonda and the brother of Jane Fonda. Like his other family members, he is also a famous actor. Peter's daughter, Bridget Fonda, has a son named Oliver, who looks like an exact replica of his grandfather.
The two share similar eyes, freckles, and a big smile bearing their pearly white teeth. Oliver’s father, Danny, is also a famous figure in the film industry. Elfman has been involved in some big projects, like "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and "Edward Scissorhands".
Dree Hemingway: Great-Granddaughter of Ernest Hemmingway
These next two family members may be of different genders, but there’s no denying their unremarkable similarities. Ernest Hemingway was born in 1899. He went on to become one of the most influential writers in history, giving us books like "The Old Man and the Sea" and "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
Although his great-granddaughter hasn’t pursued a career as a writer, she has followed her own passions and made a prominent mark for herself. Dree Hemingway works as an actress and model. She is known for acting in independent films and shooting campaigns for major companies like Gianfranco Ferre and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Naomi DeLuce Wilding: Granddaughter of Elizabeth Taylor
Naomi DeLuce Wilding didn’t spend much time with her grandmother, Elizabeth Taylor. Naomi grew up in the U.K. and only saw her grandmother during the holidays. In the ’90s, she decided to relocate to New York in order to pursue a career in fashion. This put her in close proximity to her famous grandmother. It was actually Elizabeth who helped Naomi get a green card.
Naomi shared that her grandmother reassured her, ‘I’ll get you a lawyer, we’ll get you a green card, and everything will be okay.’ I came to stay with her, and I never left [California].” Naomi carries on her late grandmother’s advocacy work and does a lot of work with the Elizabeth Taylor Foundation. She also manages a contemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles.
Chris Pine: Grandson of Anne Gwynne
Chris Pine comes from a lineage of actors, so it’s not surprising that he decided to pursue an acting career as well. His father was most known for his role in "CHiPs," and his mother acted in several TV shows throughout the 70s and 80s. His maternal grandmother, Anne Gwynne, was one of the most famous pin-up girls during WWII. She was also an actress known for being one of the first Scream Queens for her role in several horror films.
Anna Gwynne passed away in 2003 when she was 84 years old; however, her legacy seems to live on through her grandson, Chris. Chris Pine and his late grandmother both have full lips and hooded eyes. They also both have that deep but sensual stare.
Cameron Douglas: Grandson of Kirk Douglas
It’s no secret to anyone that Kirk Douglas has a very distinct face. His grandson, Cameron, seems to have inherited this trait. We wonder how annoying it gets for Cameron when everyone constantly tells him that he looks like his grandfather. Well, lucky for him, he’s got a grandfather to be very proud of.
Kirk Douglas passed away when he was 104 years old. He was one of the last surviving actors of Hollywood’s Golden Age until his passing. His grandson, Cameron, also seems to want to follow in his father's, Michael's, and grandfather’s footsteps. He has been in four films to date: "Mr. nice guy", "It Runs in the Family", "National Lampoon’s Adam & Eve", and "Loaded".
Aiden and Jacob: Grandsons of Dave Bautista
Dave Bautista started competing as a wrestler in 1999 and is a six-time world champion. He retired from wrestling in 2019. When he wasn’t tackling other wrestlers to the ground, he was acting. He has starred in "Guardians of the Galaxy", "Blade Runner", and "Avengers", among other films. Dave’s two grandsons, Aiden and Jacob, look very similar to their former wrestler grandfather.
The eldest bears a particularly strong resemblance to Dave. Who knows, maybe his grandchildren will grow up to become wrestlers and actors, too. We are sure that Dave would love to root for them.
Drew Barrymore: Granddaughter of John Barrymore
Drew Barrymore comes from a big family of actors, and as a result, she has been in the public eye since she was a baby. Her first acting gig was when she was just 11 months old when she appeared in a dog food commercial. She had her breakout role in 'ET' in 1982 and has since made a name for herself as one of the most popular actresses in Hollywood.
Drew’s grandfather, John Barrymore, is considered to be the most acclaimed actor in the family. Although of different genders, John and Drew Barrymore’s looks are strikingly similar. John’s dependence on alcohol eventually led him to his death in 1942 at the age of 60. Drew’s father, John Jr., was also to die of complications with his dependence years later, in 2004.
Anjelica Huston: Granddaughter of Walter Huston
The Hustons are considered royalty in the show business world, with three generations of family members winning an Academy Award. Both Anjelica, her father, John, and John’s father, Walter, have won the award. In fact, John and Walter won an award at the same ceremony! Anjelica has acted in "The Grifters and Enemies: A Love Story", "The Addams Family", and many more.
Clearly, Walter has passed down his acting genes to his successors. But he’s also passed down some physical traits as well. Despite being of opposite genders and two generations apart, it’s clear that Walter has passed on his high cheekbones to his granddaughter.
Jason Ritter: Grandson of Tex Ritter
Jason Ritter’s breakout role was in the films "Joan of Arcadia" and "Parenthood." Jason definitely looks like his father and his country music-singing grandfather, Tex Ritter. Tex Ritter was born in 1905 in Texas. Although he went to Law school, he later decided that a career in show business was his calling.
He started off as a singer and later switched to acting in Western films during the 30s. He had two children, Tom and John. After finding out that Tom had Cerebral Palsy, he started a nonprofit organization called United Cerebral Palsy. Jason seems to have acquired his grandfather’s big smile and distinctive nose.
Viva Vadim: Grandaughter of Jane Fonda
The beauty that is Jane Fonda has had a very successful career consisting of acting, writing, producing, and modeling. After a few decades of very prosperous acting, she released her first workout video called "Jane Fonda’s Workout," and it became the highest-selling VHS of all time. She released another 22 workout videos that sold over 17 million copies.
Fonda's youthful appearance really brings out the similarities between her and her granddaughter, Viva Vadim. Viva, like her grandmother, is stunning. She was born in 2002 to Vanessa Vadim, Jane’s daughter, and her husband, Paul Waggoner. Maybe Viva will follow in her grandmother’s footsteps and become an actress as well!
Steve R. McQueen: Grandson of Steve McQueen
Steve McQueen was born in Indiana in 1930, and he rose to fame after appearing on the NBC western series, "Tales of Wells Fargo." Nicknamed “The King of Cool”, he became a huge movie star in the 1960s and 1970s, acting in "The Sand Pebbles", "The Great Escape', 'The Getaway', and "The Magnificent Seven". Sadly, McQueen died young, at the age of 50, in Mexico.
His death was said to have been caused by mesothelioma after he was exposed to asbestos on movie sets. Fortunately for his legacy, he has two grandchildren. You could say that his grandson, Steve R. McQueen, has some pretty big shoes to fill if he ever plans on becoming an actor, especially with a name like that.
Benjamin Keough: Grandson of Elvis Presley
The king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley, had one daughter, Lisa Presley. Lisa’s son, Benjamin Keough, looked exactly like Elvis. Unsurprisingly, Benjamin was also in the music business. When your grandfather was one of the most famous musicians to ever live, it wasn’t hard to enter the business.
You can be sure that he inherited not only some of his grandfather’s wealth but also his talent. Keogh’s mother, Lisa, used to get really emotional when she looked at her son because of how much he looked like her father. Sadly, Benjamin died in 2020 at the age of 27.
Billie Lourd: Grandaughter of Debbie Reynolds
Debbie Reynolds had a long and successful career of nearly 70 years. Her first big role, which made her a household name, was in "Three Little Words." Shortly after, she starred as Kathy Selden in "Singin’ in the Rain" and in the "Halloweentown" series. Not long after her film successes, she released a pop album called "Debbie."
Reynolds paved the way for women in her family to have successful careers. Her granddaughter, Billie Lourd, hasn’t quite reached their level of success, but she is more than deserving of an honorable mention for her role in the TV series "Scream Queens" and "American Horror Story". She even starred in the "Star Wars" sequel trilogy from 2015 to 2019.
Charlotte Casiraghi: Granddaughter of Grace Kelly
Charlotte Casiraghi is the granddaughter of Grace Kelly, the former actress and princess of Monaco. Grace started acting at the age of 20 but stopped after she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956 when she was 26 years old. She rose to fame at the age of 23, when she was in "Mogambo."
She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award. She later won an Academy Award for her performance in "The Country Girl." Casiraghi bears a lot of physical similarities to her grandmother, but unlike her, she has pursued a career in journalism.
Alia Shawkat: Granddaughter of Paul Burke
With a name as unique as hers, it would seem likely for Alia to become an actress all on her own. But, it turns out that her acting talent may be somewhat genetic. She is the granddaughter of Paul Burke, an actor who was famous in the 1960s for shows like "Naked City" and "Twelve O’Clock High".
30-year-old Alia Shawkat has also made a name for herself in Hollywood. Her most famous role to date was as Maeby Fünke on the hit show "Arrested Development," a role which she held from 2003 to 2018.
Bridget Fonda: Granddaughter of Henry Fonda
The Fonda family has produced a number of talented actors. The veteran actor Henry Fonda definitely passed down his acting genes to his family members. You already know about Jane Fonda and her great-granddaughter, Viva. But, the family has many more members to boast about. Bridget is Peter Fonda’s daughter, who is Henry Fonda's second son.
Bridget is popular for her roles in "Single White Female", "Point of No Return", "Jackie Brown", and "The Godfather: Part III". Unfortunately, she was in a serious car accident in 2003 and has since given up acting.
Zoe Kazan: Granddaughter of Elia Kazan
Elia Kazan was a famous actor on Broadway and in Hollywood. He started off as an actor in the 1920s and proceeded to work as a director. He directed a number of successful films, bringing 21 actors to Oscar nominations, with 9 of them winning. Among the films are "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "East of Eden".
Zoe Kazan acquired her grandfather’s penchant for acting. Popular roles of hers include "Ruby Sparks", "Revolutionary Road" and "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs". Her most popular role to date was in 2017, in "The Big Sick." Besides film, she has appeared in several Broadway plays and worked as a screenwriter.
Sean Flynn: Great-Grandson of Errol Flynn
Sean Flynn was definitely born with acting genes. He is the great-grandson of the iconic swashbuckling actor Errol Flynn. Errol was an actor during the Golden Age of Hollywood. He was famous for playing Robin Hood in the first-ever "Robin Hood" film in 1938, which catapulted him to worldwide fame.
Sean Flynn got his acting start in the early 2000s when he played Chase Matthews on "Zoey 101". Since then, he’s mostly shied away from the public eye and has been living a more low-key life. Errol's son is also named Sean Flynn, who was an actor but left show business in lieu of becoming a photojournalist. While covering the Vietnam War, he disappeared and was later declared dead.
Emma Ferrer: Granddaughter of Audrey Hepburn
One of the greatest female actresses of all time, Audrey Hepburn, was popular in Hollywood during the Golden Age. She became the first actress to win an Academy Award after starring in "Roman Holiday", and proceeded to act in "Breakfast at Tiffany’s", "My Fair Lady" and "Wait Until Dark". She is one of the few women to win an Oscar, a Grammy, an Emmy, and a Tony award.
Her legacy also lives on in her granddaughter, Emma Ferrer. Emma, a British-Swiss model, bears a great resemblance to Audrey. Emma was born to Hepburn’s son Sean Ferrer and works as an actor and a model, appearing on the cover of Harper's Magazine in 2014. Her first role in a film was in "The Man in the Attic."
Katie Cassidy: Granddaughter of Jack Cassidy
Katie Cassidy rose to fame as a Scream Queen after she starred in the horror film "When a Stranger Calls". She would go on to have a role in "Gossip Girl," playing Juliet Sharp. Katie gets her acting skills from her Tony Award-winning grandfather, Jack Cassidy.
Jack started his career as a Broadway star, and subsequently switched to television and acted in shows like "Bewitched", "Get Smart", and "Gunsmoke". Katie seems to have surpassed her grandfather’s movie and television resume while also inheriting his beautiful big smile.
Sarah Sutherland: Granddaughter of Donald Sutherland
Sarah Sutherland is best known for her role in "Veep" as Catherine Meyer, for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award. She comes from a lineage of actors. She is the daughter of Kiefer Sutherland, who is, of course, the son of veteran actor Donald Sutherland. It’s unsurprising, then, that Sarah chose to pursue an acting career herself.
Her grandfather, on the other hand, had a career that spanned more than five decades. Some of Sutherland’s most memorable films include "The Dirty Dozen", "M*A*S*H", "Animal House", "A Time to Kill", "Pride & Prejudice" and "The Hunger Games". Besides her grandfather’s acting talent, Sarah shares his facial and eye structure.
Tuki Brando: Grandson of Marlon Brando
Tuki Brando has achieved a lot in his career; amongst others, he models for Versace menswear. He was born to Cheyenne Brando and Dag Drollet and is the grandson of Marlon Brando, the legendary Academy Award-winning actor.
Tuki was raised by his grandmother in Tahiti. Unfortunately, he wasn’t included in his grandfather’s will. But, his grandfather couldn’t interfere with one thing that was passed down to him: his good looks. Lucky for Tuki, he was able to achieve success on his own.
Dashiell Connery: Grandson of Sean Connery
Who wouldn’t want Sean Connery to be their grandfather? The late actor has earned an impressive arsenal of awards, including an Academy Award, three Golden Globe Awards, and two BAFTA Awards. His grandson, Dashiell Quinn Connery, has so far appeared in "Pandemic" and "Tommy’s Honour."
Besides inheriting his grandfather’s acting skills, he also seems to have acquired his handsome looks. His famous grandfather achieved worldwide fame after playing the first James Bond. He proceeded to star in seven of the Bond films. He starred in other films like "The Untouchables", "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade", and "Finding Forrester" before his retirement in 2003 and ultimate passing in 2020.
Brendan Wayne: Grandson of John Wayne
You might recognize this guy but not be able to put your finger on who he is. Well, he’s only the grandson of a famous Hollywood icon, John Wayne. John Wayne was born in the early 1900s. He was famous for acting in Western films like "True Grit", "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" and "Rio Bravo".
Although Brendan Wayne didn’t have a chance to get to know his grandfather, we are sure that he’s proud of his heritage. Breandan is working to make a name for himself. He is most recognized for his performance in "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Sons of Anarchy," and several other TV shows. He was also in "Cowboys & Aliens," perhaps as a tribute to his late grandfather.
Tayla Lynn: Granddaughter of Loretta Lynn
Kentucky-born Loretta Lynn is a country music singer with a 60-year career and many gold albums. Her granddaughter, Tayla Lynn, is the daughter of her son, Ernest. As a child, Tayla spent a lot of time with her grandmother and even went on tour with her. Unsurprisingly, Tayla chose to pursue a career in music as well.
Tayla has collaborated with several other grandchildren and children of country singers. She is reportedly working on a solo album with producer John Carter Cash. She has also toured with Tre Twitty, Conway Twitty’s grandson. Conway Twitty and Loretta are best friends. Tayla often sings her grandmother’s songs when she’s performing. It’s clear that the two share a very special bond.
Princess Charlotte: Granddaughter of Princess Diana
A lot of people talk about Princess Charlotte taking after the looks of the late Queen Elizabeth II. She is said to look exactly like the queen did as a child. But people often don’t notice who else she looks like. Prince William and Kate Middleton’s daughter looks a lot like the late Princess Diana when she was a child.
The little princess is in line for the British throne. Despite her young age, she is said to be worth millions to the British economy, with an estimation of her being worth £3 billion throughout her lifetime. There are parents around the country and around the world flocking to buy her outfits for their own little princesses at home.
Riley Keough: Granddaughter of Priscilla Presley
Riley Keough is an actress, model, and producer. But, more importantly, she is Elvis's granddaughter and Priscilla Presley's granddaughter! It’s impossible not to be taken aback by how much she looks like both her grandmother and her mother, Lisa.
Riley, born Danielle Riley Keough, made her first film appearance at the age of 20 in "The Runaways." She has been in a number of films since then, most notably under the direction of Steven Soderbergh. Her resume includes films like "Magic Mike", "The Girlfriend Experience", "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "American Honey".
Pablo Dylan: Grandson of Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan’s career has spanned over 60 years, becoming one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. His grandson, Pablo, is the son of Dylan’s oldest son, Jesse. He clearly inherited his messy hair and his passion for music. Pablo’s career started as "Dylan’s rapping grandson," but he’s since come a long way.
Although he was a pretty successful rapper, he left music after being disappointed by record companies. He’s since returned to his musical roots and can be found playing folk music, much like his grandfather. But ask him to play one of his grandfather’s songs, and you’ll really get him mad.
Edgar Cooper Endicott: Grandson of Joan Rivers
Although you may not have heard of Edgar Cooper Endicott, chances are that you have heard of Joan Rivers, his grandmother, and Melissa Rivers, his mother. The college-bound teenager has made appearances on Joan’s show in the past.
His mother, Melissa Rivers, married Edgar’s father, John Endicott, at a wedding that cost $3 million. That seems to be money well wasted, as the marriage ended in divorce. Although it’s undetermined whether he has acquired his grandmother’s comedic side, he is a talented lacrosse player.
Princes William & Harry: Grandsons of Queen Elizabeth II
The similarities between them may not be so transparent nowadays, but Princes William and Harry really bear a resemblance to their grandmother, the late Queen Elizabeth II. When the queen was younger, she was energetic and charming and was the longest-reigning monarch in history. Her grandchildren still have time before they ascend to the throne.
Their father, Charles, is now King, with Prince William will be after him. Poor Prince Harry doesn’t have much of a chance since Prince William’s kids will be before him in the line of succession.
Sophie Dahl: Granddaughter of Roald Dahl
The late Roald Dahl was an author whose books sold more than 250 million copies. He wrote timeless classics, among them "James and the Giant Peach", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "The BFG". If you read "The BFG", you will know that the main character is named Sophie, after his granddaughter.
Sophie Dahl was scouted for modeling at the age of 18. She has been in advertisements for big fashion brands like Versace, Alexander McQueen, and more. And she wouldn’t be a Dahl if she wasn’t also an author like her grandfather. Nowadays, she is married to her singer husband, and they have two daughters.
Jenna Bush-Hager: Granddaughter of George H.W. Bush
George H.W. Bush served as the 41st president of the United States. Later on, his son would serve as the 43rd president of the United States. His son, George W. Bush, has twin fraternal girls. Jenna Bush-Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush. The girls have been the only twin children of U.S. presidents.
Nowadays, Jenna works as a political commentator and journalist. She can be found on "The Today Show" as a contributor and co-host. The former first daughter has clearly inherited her grandfather’s intelligence and motivation, as well as his passion for politics.
Charlotte Ritchie: Granddaughter of Richard Burton
You might recognize Charlotte Ritchie from her role as Barbara Gilbert in "Call the Midwife," the BBC drama series. While you might remember her as the life-saving nurse from the show, you probably did not know that her mother, Kate Burton, is another famous actress mostly known for her roles in "Scandal" and "Grey’s Anatomy."
Her grandfather, Richard Burton, with whom she shares a lot of resemblances, is also a great actor, known for his roles in movies such as "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." The grandfather and the granddaughter have the same beautiful mane of hair, nose, eyes, and even the same smile.
James Thiérrée: Grandson of Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin is the legendary actor that everyone loves. He is known worldwide for his iconic acting skills, and no one can deny his charisma and charming looks.
James Thiérrée is the grandson of Charlie Chaplin, and he is just as talented as his amazing grandfather. Not only is he a circus performer, but he is also a director, actor, and violinist. Moreover, he has also been blessed by the looks of his grandfather. They both share similar smiles and eyes.
Tony Goldwyn: Grandson of Samuel Goldwyn
Samuel Goldwyn was a studio owner back in the Golden Age of Hollywood. He was an iconic person who had made way for modern-day cinema. He was from Poland but had always wanted to live the American dream. Soon after he made his dream into a reality, it turned into a fortune.
His grandson, Tony Goldwyn, followed in the same footsteps as his grandfather and got into show business. You might recognize him from the "Scandal" series, where he played the president's role. He is blessed not just with the classic Hollywood genes but also with his looks.
Kate Mara: Granddaughter of Wellington Mara
Kate Mara was born into a dynasty, and when you are born into a dynasty, things can get quite a bit hard to handle. However, with Kate Mara, she did not seem to look at it in that sense.
Despite coming from a family that founded and owned the New York Giants, Kate was always out for new opportunities. She did not let her family stop her from doing what she wanted and was actually seen in a bunch of hit movies such as "Brokeback Mountain", "The Martian", and "Open Road".
Sky Blu: Grandson of Berry Gordy
The founder of Motown Records, Berry Gordy, has been known to be involved in changing the whole face of today’s music. What makes it all a lot more interesting is that Berry is a songwriter as well.
Sky Blu followed the same path as his grandfather and was blessed by his talent for music as well. Sky Blu, whose actual name is Skyler Gordy, is a member of the group LMFAO; he is also a record producer and rapper. He has clearly not just inherited his grandfather’s looks but also his musical talent.
Mahogany Lox: Granddaughter of Berry Gordy
Berry Gordy was a musical talent and paved the way for modern music. The talent for music does seem to run in the family because besides inheriting the looks of her grandfather, it seems Mahogany Lox, Sky Blu’s sister, is also pursuing a career in music.
Her first debut song was called Boom, and it was released back in 2015. Lucky for her, and thanks to her talent, the song created quite the hype around it throughout social media. She was even asked to go on tour with Fifth Harmony after that.
Zoe Kravitz: Granddaughter of Roxie Roker
You might not recognize Roxie Roker when you take a look at her first, but chances are that your parents would. They might actually know her as Helen Willis instead. She used to be in quite a popular sitcom called "The Jeffersons," which aired from 1975 to 1985.
The talent for the entertainment business seems to run in the family because her son, Lenny Kravitz, turned out to be an amazing rockstar, and her granddaughter, Zoe Kravitz, turned into a budding actress like her grandmother. Besides acting skills, Zoe also inherited her grandmother’s beautiful looks.
Camille Gottlieb: Granddaughter of Grace Kelly
Not a lot of people remember the details of the actress who decided to leave Hollywood back in 1956 in order to marry Prince Rainier III and become a princess of Monaco. Yes, that’s right, it is none other than Grace Kelly.
Camille Gottlieb, Kelly's granddaughter, is not really recognized either. This is mostly because of Camille’s place in Monaco’s royal family. Camille does not have a claim to the throne of Monaco because her father, who was a palace guard, was not married to her mother, Princess Stephanie of Monaco.
Max Irons: Grandson of Cyril Cusack
Cyril Cusack rings a bell in almost everyone’s ears. If not by his name, then at least by face. This is because Cyril was cast in many movies back in his day. He had a career in cinemas that spanned more than 70 years. It was a combination of both Hollywood movies and Irish language projects.
Of course, once you are in the film industry, your family is likely going to follow after you, and so Cusack’s grandson, Max Irons, did. He became an actor and appeared in the 2011 version of the movie "Red Riding Hood."
Rio: Granddaughter of Goldie Hawn
Goldie Hawn is known to be a Hollywood superstar. She is an actress who loves and adores her family. While Hawn had three children of her own, she is now the grandmother of six, including Rio, her mini version.
Rio shares many of her grandmother's adorable features, such as her sweet smile and blonde hair. Besides looks, Rio is also a free-spirited person, just like her grandmother. These two are basically the same person and love to hang out with each other.
Jordan Bridges: Grandson of Lloyd Bridges
You tend to be really busy when you are a good-looking and charming actor in Hollywood cinemas. That is exactly what happened with Lloyd Bridges. Lloyd was seen in more than 150 feature movies. Some of the more memorable ones are "Sea Hunt", "Sahara", and "High Noon".
Lloyd was also given a star on the Walk of Fame before his death back in 1998. Jordan Bridges, his grandson and the son of Beau Bridges hit off his career in Hollywood as a child actor acting in his father’s movies. Later, you likely saw Jordan in series like "Isles" and "TNT Rizzoli."
Dakota Johnson: Granddaughter of Tippi Hedren
Many people might recognize Dakota Johnson for her role as Anastasia Steele in the infamous movie "Fifty Shades." Many people would not know that Dakota is related to Tippi Hedren, the actress who was seen in the 1963 horror movie "The Birds".
Tippi Hedren was an amazing actress with a lot of talent and good looks. She did quite well in passing down that talent and the good looks to her granddaughter because they look just alike!
Zion David Marley: Grandson of Bob Marley
If you are into music, you must know Bob Marley. Everyone knows who he is. He is responsible for making way for the reggae music we all know and love today. Bob’s career began in his home country, Jamaica. He released some of his first few songs there before becoming the icon he is now.
His musical talent was passed down to his children and Zion David Marley, his grandchild. He also pursued his music career.
Ryder Robinson: Grandson of Goldie Hawn
If you did not know Ryder Robinson, he is the son of famous actress Kate Hudson and the grandson of the iconic and classic Hollywood star Goldie Hawn. Hawn was seen in some of the most unforgettable Hollywood classics, such as "Overboard" and also "Private Benjamin".
While all that is great, young Ryder Robinson still has not decided whether or not he wants a future under the spotlight. However, one thing is for sure: he definitely has the looks inherited from his grandmother to help his career in the entertainment business.
Eden Brolin: Granddaughter of James Brolin
When you see James Brolin, you will most likely find him familiar. That is because he was a part of some of the most classic and iconic Hollywood films. Brolin was so talented that he won an Emmy and also a Golden Globe for his acting in "The Amityville Horror" in 1979 and "Westworld" in 1973.
Eden Brolin, his granddaughter, also seems to be making herself quite the name. She is a great actress and singer and has been in different TV shows such as "Yellowstone" and "Beyond."
Alyson Le Borges: Granddaughter of Alain Delon
You do not always have to be an actor from Hollywood to make a big difference; that is what Alain Delon did. He is a French actor who hit it big in France and abroad with his good looks and talent. He has been in the movies "The Swimming Pool" and "Purple Noon."
Alyson Le Borges was in a TV movie in 2001, "L’ile Bleue," as her debut movie. She has also been in the "Two Missing Hours" short from 2021.
Desiree Anzalone: Granddaughter of Lucille Ball
Lucille Ball was an amazing television star who passed away back in 1989. She starred along with Desi Arnaz, her both onscreen and offscreen husband. Desiree Anzalone, who sadly passed away back in September 2020, was the granddaughter of Lucille Ball.
Even though she was part of a good family and had striking similarities with her grandmother, Desiree did not have the best upbringing. Desiree might not share the same iconic red hair as her grandmother, but her dark hair definitely looked just as great on her.
Oona Chaplin: Granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin
A lot of people might not remember Oona Chaplin directly from her name but from her role as Talisa Stark in the hit series Game Of Thrones" from HBO. Oona shares a lot of similarities to her grandfather, Charlie Chaplin. That is right, she is the granddaughter of the legendary actor Charlie Chaplin.
Oona Chaplin is also just as great of an actress, and that talent also likely came from her grandfather. Aside from being in "Game Of Thrones", Oona also starred in other popular shows like "Quantum Of Solace" and "The Longest Ride".
Tatia Starkey: Granddaughter of Ringo Starr
Many people know Ringo Starr as a member of "The Beatles," but not many know him by his actual name, Richard Starkey. Richard has seven grandchildren, and one of them is Tatia Starkey. Tatia Starkey often also goes by Veronica Avant.
People have also said that Tatia was born to be a rocker and crushes it every time she is on stage. Unlike her dad and her grandfather, who are drummers, Tatia is a guitarist and a bassist. Not only does she look similar to her grandfather, but she also has his talent for music.
Amba Isis Jackson: Granddaughter of Mick Jagger
Amba Isis Jackson is the granddaughter of the famous rockstar Mick Jagger. While Amba decided not to follow her grandfather into the music business, she still got the features passed down to her from her grandfather.
Amba inherited the color and the cheekbones from the megastar. She is also now a parent, making the legendary rockstar Mick Jagger a great-grandfather. She named her child River, and we think River might just grow up to get some features from their great-grandfather as well.
Lula Rose: Granddaughter of Steven Tyler
Here's an entry to our list, straight from "Aerosmith." Steven Tyler. Apart from being a rock star, Steven is also a loyal family man who adores his daughters and grandchildren. One of his granddaughters is Lula Rose, who will probably follow in his footsteps.
Steven Tyler is known as Papa Stevie to his grandchildren, and Lula is surely going to grow up to see the resemblance that she shares with her Papa. Apart from the lush mane of hair, Lula has the same mouth as her grandfather.
Amarah Skye: Granddaughter of Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg is an actress that everyone loves for her role as the singing nun in "Singing Act." However, Amarah Skye only knows the actress as her grandmother. Amarah Skye is the daughter of the only child of Whoopi Goldberg, Alexandrea Martin.
Skye has gained a lot of similarities with her grandmother; she has gotten her grandmother’s smile, eyes, and, of course, cherubic cheeks as well. Not only that, but Skye coincidentally also shares her birthday with her famous grandmother.
Mason Dash Disick: Grandson of Kris Jenner
Now, this is a weird one because we all know about how the Kardashians like to separate themselves and their looks. It looks as though the famous mother, Kris Jenner, shares similarities with Mason Dash Disick, the son of her eldest daughter, Kourtney Kardashian.
Mason not only inherited his grandmother's face shape, dark eyes, and dark hair, but he also got her bold attitude and snazzy style. Mason calls his grandmother “Lovey,” and he is sure his brash actions would make Lovey proud.
Jude Stewart: Granddaughter of Martha Stewart
We now have Jude Stewart, who is the granddaughter of Martha Stewart, and by looking at the striking similarities that both of them share, we have to say that they look exactly like spitting images of each other.
Jude, the daughter of Alexis Stewart, Martha's oldest child, also has the same hairstyle as her grandmother. As it turns out, it is a hairstyle that Martha has been going back to since she was a child.
Clark Gable III: Grandson of Clark Gable
Not a lot of people might be able to recognize Clark Gable, but he used to be an iconic Academy Award-winning actor. He has been in some classic Hollywood movies, such as "Gone With the Wind" from 1939 and "Mutiny on the Bounty" from 1935.
Thanks to the handsome and stoic look that Clark Gable III got from his grandfather, he also made it into show business and became an actor himself. In an interview, even Clark Gable III agreed to the similarities that everyone else saw.
Jason Schwartzman: Grandson of Carmine Coppola
Carmine Coppola is the composer who won the Oscar for the music in the movie "The Godfather Part II." The Coppola family is a lot bigger than most people would have guessed, and not only that, but it is also full of talent.
Due to a change of name, many people do not know that the famous actor Nicholas Cage was born Nicholas Coppola. Jason Schwartzman is also a part of this family and shares the same bold eyebrows, nose, and chin as his iconic grandfather.
Ali Astin: Granddaughter of Patty Duke
Patty Duke is an iconic star who has had her family follow her into show business. Sean Astin, the son of Patty, got in on the business really early with movies such as "Encino Man" and "The Goonies."
Sean is the father of Patty’s granddaughter, Ali Astin. Ali’s career in the movie industry is likely helped a lot by the looks she inherited from her grandmother, especially her hair color and nose. When Ali shared a photo of her beside the Duke, it was hard for anyone to argue with the resemblance.
Ever Carradine: Granddaughter of John Carradine
John Carradine was considered one of the best character actors of all time back in his day. Some of his most notable work includes 1944's "House of Frankenstein," 1945's "House of Dracula," and 1966's "Billy the Kid Versus Dracula," in which he portrayed Count Dracula. In the second part of his career, he starred in mostly low-budget B-movies but has a hefty 351 television and film credits to his name. This makes him one of the most prolific actors of all time.
Having had a total of four wives throughout his lifetime, it's no wonder he had at least some grandkids who would follow in his acting footsteps. His granddaughter Ever Carradine is one of his offspring who took after his career and has created quite a name for herself with productions like "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Runways." It's not difficult to see the resemblance between these two Carradines.
Jason Patric: Grandson of Jackie Gleason
Jackie Gleason used his surroundings from his childhood to create the characters that he portrayed on screen. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and was known for his bold and verbal comedy, which was exemplified by his character Ralph Kramden in the series "The Honeymooners." He also created "The Jackie Gleason Show," which ran from the mid-50s to the 70s and maintained high ratings throughout the time that it aired.
His grandson Jason Patric from his daughter also made a mark in the show biz industry and is most famously known for his roles in "Sleepers" from 1996 and "The Lost Boys" from 1987. Besides Patric inheriting his grandpappy’s acting skills, he definitely got gifted some of his facial features.
Abby Elliott: Granddaughter of Bob Elliott
Bob Elliott was a famous actor and comedian back in his day. He started out as a DJ, but when he met Ray Goulding in the mid-40s, everything about his career changed almost instantly. The two fellas got instant rapport thanks to their improvisation talents. Their comedy duo "Bob and Ray" ran for five decades, from 1946 to 1988, appearing on CBS, NBS, WHDH, and many more New York Stations.
Abby Elliot, the granddaughter of Bob and daughter of Chris (who also happens to be an actor), also made a name for herself in the world of acting. She played a few roles in SNL from 2008 to 2012, and most recently, she acted in the award-winning series "The Bear." It's safe to say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree since it seems like Abby got her grandfather's looks as well as his talent for acting.
Hutch Dano: Grandson of Royal Dano
Royal Dano's acting career spanned over 46 years. His roles as villains and cowboys in western and mystery films were perhaps what he was most well known for, as well as Abraham Lincoln in "Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln " from 1964's Walt Disney. Another notable character that Royal played was his role as Sherlock Holmes.
His grandson, Hutch Dano, definitely got some of his grandfather's acting talents and is best known for his roles in "Ramona and Beezus," in which he starred alongside Selena Gomez. Besides his grandad's acting skills, he also got some of his looks, which are clear to see in the eyes and eyebrows. When Hutch isn't pursuing acting roles, he likes to create abstract paintings and sculpt plastic art.
Rooney Mara: Granddaughter of Wellington Mara
Wellington Mara was a co-owner of the NFL New York Giants. It was his father, Tim Mara, who founded the club in the mid-1920s. It was under Wellinton's direction that the Giants won a total of six NFL titles, including two Super Bowl wins. He was once the youngest owner of a professional sports team, and thanks to the success of the Giants, he was known as the patriarch of the NFL.
His granddaughter Rooney Mara didn't exactly take after his career in the world of sports, but she has made quite a mark for herself in the world of acting. Her most notable roles include those in "The Social Network" and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," for which she earned herself an Oscar nomination. It's pretty clear to see that Rooney got some of her grandpa's facial features, such as his nose.
Alexa Davalos: Granddaughter of Richard Davalos
Richard Davalos started his acting career at the early age of six. By age 25, he landed himself a role in "East of Eden," in which he portrayed James Dean's brother. A few of his descendants also took the acting route, such as his daughter Elyssa Davalos and his granddaughter Alexa Davalos. Alexa is best known for her role in "The Chronicles of Riddick," in which she starred alongside Vin Diesel and Judi Dench.
One could probably tell that Alexa and Richard are related if one saw them from miles away. Besides their matching hair color, they have other striking resemblances, including the eyes, nose, and mouth. Alexa probably got a lot of "you look like a mirror image of your granddad" comments when he was still alive, and it's not difficult to see why.
Lena Redford: Granddaughter of Robert Redford
Besides Robert Redford's hunky status back in the day, he also had an extremely successful five-decade-long acting career. One of his early appearances on screen includes his role as Death in the production "The Twilight Zone." Not long after this stint, he made it big on Broadway and ultimately became one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood of all time.
His granddaughter Lena Radford has not had such an illustrious career in the world of acting like her father and grandfather, but she did earn both of their looks. It's pretty clear to see the features that they all have in common, including the Redford hair color, chin, and nose.
Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann: Granddaughter of Ingrid Bergman
Ingrid Bergman was a stunning actress of Swedish descent. She is best known for her role as Ilsa Lund in "Casablanca," and due to her contributions to the industry, she was ranked the fourth greatest star of American cinema by the American Film Institute. This accolade probably came from her three Oscar wins, two Emmy awards, and a Tony Award. Let's not forget her Hollywood Walk of Fame star that she was awarded in 1960.
It's certainly not easy to follow in footsteps such as those, but luckily, her granddaughter Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann opted for a career in writing and modeling. She has written blog posts for Refinery29 and New York Magazine, and she may not have taken after her grandmother's career, but she certainly got gifted some of her fine features. Sadly, Elettra never got to meet her iconic grandmother, who passed away a year before her birth.
Grace Van Dien: Granddaughter of Chris Mitchum
Chris Mitchum didn't get to make it as big as his father in the world of acting, but he was nonetheless bitten by the cinema bug, thanks to his father's illustrious career in acting. He is best known for his role in 1970's "Rio Lobo" and 1972's "Summertime Killer." Clearly, acting runs in the bloodline, as is granddaughter Grace Van Dien, from his daughter's side, also followed in her great-grandfather and grandfather's footsteps.
She not only got her grandfather's acting talents, but it's pretty clear to see the striking resemblances between these family members. Van Dien is best known for her role as Brooke Osmond in "Greenhouse Academy," and in 2022, she even made an appearance in three episodes of the critically acclaimed series "Stranger Things."
Samantha Brooks: Granddaughter of Mel Brooks
Mel Brooks was doing the most back in his glory days. Thanks to his numerous awards, he is one of only 18 actors in the whole world to have an EGOT to their name. This means an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award.
These are quite the footsteps to follow, but his granddaughter Samantha Brooks has already entered the acting scene before even reaching 20 years old. Who knows, perhaps she will aspire to live up to her grandfather's name. For now, though, she can thank him for gifting her with a famous family name and a lovely smile.
Gia Coppola: Granddaughter of Francis Ford Coppola
Francis Ford Coppola is an Italian-born director and producer who made a big name for himself in America. He rose to prominence during the 'New Hollywood' movement of the 60s and 70s, and to date, he has received a whopping five Oscar Awards and six Golden Globe Awards for his writing and directing skills.
This is a great example of big shoes to fill for descendants. Like Francis, his granddaughter Gia Coppola is also pursuing a career in directing and screenwriting, but so far, she still has a long way to go. She not only earned his drive for creating movies but also got gifted his facial features and dark hair, as you can see pictured here, from when Francis was in his younger days.
Jennifer Wayne: Granddaughter of John Wayne
John Wayne made quite an impression in the Hollywood scene back in his day. Throughout his 50-year career, he starred in over 180 films that ranged from genres of war, detective, and even a few romantic comedies. However, it was Western films that cemented the star's status in the showbiz industry. In 1969, Wayne received an Oscar for his role as Rooster Cogburn in the Western flick "True Grit."
The granddaughter of John Wayne, Jennifer Wayne, may not have followed the grandpappy’s exact footsteps in the world of acting, but she did opt for a career in the music industry. Nowadays, she is a country singer in the country group "Runaway June." Perhaps all those Western films that her grandfather played in inspired something for the genre of music she chose to pursue. She may not have gotten his acting streaks, but she did get his looks to kill.
Talita von Furstenberg: Granddaughter of Diane von Fürstenberg
Diane von Fürstenberg is a fashion designer of Belgian descent who achieved fame in the fashion industry when she created the wrap dress. Thanks to her contributions to the industry, she was named a Time 100 icon by Time Magazine, and in 2014, she was listed as one of the top 70 most powerful women.
Her granddaughter Talita Von Fürstenberg has also decided to mold a career in the fashion industry as a model and a fashion designer. The pair even launched their own fashion line, TVF, in partnership with Diane's line, DVF. Besides Talita living up to her grandmother's fashion abilities, she was also gifted with her delicately fine features.
Laela Wilding: Granddaughter of Elizabeth Taylor
During Elizabeth Taylor's time on earth, she captivated millions around the globe with her iconic roles and her personal life. She had a good heart, and today, the legacy that she created lives on with her grandchildren. Of all of Taylor's grandkids, another one who was gifted her looks is granddaughter Laela Wilding.
She may not be the sort of movie star that her grandmother was, but besides being a yoga instructor and graphic designer, she is also an activist for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. Laela is the oldest grandchild out of Taylor's ten grandchildren and probably got to spend the most time with her grandmother since she was already 30 years old at the time of her passing.
India Eisley: Granddaughter of Anthony Eisley
Anthony Eisley was an actor best known for his role as the detective Tracy Stelle in "Hawaiian Eye." The series was set in tropical Honolulu and ran for four seasons from 1959 to 1962. Besides this famed series, Eisley was also part of the cast of the crime drama "The Naked Kiss," which aired in 1964. He made quite a name for himself with over 100 acting credits to his name.
His granddaughter India Eisley not only got his bloodline's acting talents, but apparently, she also got his looks. As you can see, they have almost identical noses and smiles. Unlike her grandfather's detective roles, she has gone for thriller roles, and her most prominent acting job to date has probably got to be 2012's "Underworld: Awakening."
Brooke Shields: Granddaughter of Francis Xavier Shields
Due to the debonair good looks that Francis Xavier Shields carried, he managed to land himself a few minor Hollywood roles. However, he started out as an amateur tennis player in the 1920s, and by the age of 22, he was ranked as the second-best tennis player in the world. His second marriage to American heiress Marina Torlonia di Civitella-Cesi produced two children, Francis Xavier Alexander, Jr. and Christina Shields.
Brooke Shields, the granddaughter of Francis Xavier Shields, started acting at the age of 11 months and later gained notoriety for her role in "Pretty Baby," in which she starred at the age of 11 years. She not only got her grandfather's talent for acting, but she also got the bloodline's refined looks. It's easy to see why she has landed on countless "Most Beautiful Actresses" lists, and that's thanks to her grandpappy’s good genes.
Frankie Barrymore Kopelman: Granddaughter of John Drew Barrymore Jr.
John Drew Barrymore and his daughter Drew Barrymore all reign from the Barrymore family, which is kind of like a British-American acting dynasty that traces its roots to the mid-1800s in London. John made his acting debut at just 17, despite his mother trying to dissuade him from the career path by sending him to the military academy. Obviously, her efforts didn't work, as he went ahead and followed an acting career and made quite a name for himself and his descendants. Today, he has over 40 acting credits to his name.
His daughter, Drew Barrymore, has also followed in his acting footsteps, and his granddaughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman, is still pretty young and hasn't entered the acting scene yet, but with a name like that, what else is there to expect? Frankie did, however, earn her grandfather's blonde hair, and let's see if she follows the acting succession.
Giada De Laurentiis: Granddaughter of Dino De Laurentiis
The Oscar-winning Dino De Laurentiis ran away from home at the age of 17 to enroll himself in film school. He supported himself by taking odd jobs in the movie industry, including acting as a propman, an extra, and at times, an actor. It paid off since he had already produced his own film before reaching the age of 21.
In his late 30s, he earned himself an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film for the flick "La Strada." His granddaughter Giada De Laurentiis did not follow his career in the showbiz industry, but she did at least get to earn some of his looks and his family name. Giada is a chef, writer, and TV personality, quite the contrast from her ancestor's career paths.
Raphael De Niro: Grandson of Robert De Niro Sr.
Robert De Niro Sr. was an expressionist abstract painter. He was quite prolific in the art scene, and today, a short documentary about him was created by his son Robert De Niro Jr: "Remembering the Artist According to De Niro Jr." Robert also took a creative career path, except he opted for acting, and due to his talents he managed to forge a big name for himself in the industry. Besides numerous awards in the world of acting, he also earned himself a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016 from President Barack Obama.
His most notable flick has probably got to be "The Godfather" and most recently "The Irishman." His son Raphael De Niro has not followed the career paths of his predecessor father or grandfather since he took a career in high-end real estate, but we can say that he did gain his grandfather's features.
Julian Thicke: Grandson of Alan Thicke
Alan Thicke is a Canadian actor best known for portraying Dr. Jason Seaver on the 80s sitcom "Growing Pains." In 2013, he was awarded a spot on Canada's Walk of Fame. His son, Robin Thicke, didn't exactly take his father's acting talent, but he did garner a successful music career for himself. He has collaborated with numerous big names from the music industry, including Nicki Minaj, Usher, and Pharrell Williams, to name a few.
His son is still young, but it's pretty clear that Julian looks more like his grandfather than his father. We will have to wait and see if he follows in the footsteps of his father's music career or his grandfather's acting career. Either way, he has been blessed with a famous family name, so it would be easy for him to enter into either one.