23
Jun
09

An Angels and Zombies Doppelganger


When the Angels arrived in the World Series in 2002 they did so with two very important rookie pitchers; Francisco Rodriguez, quickly dubbed K-Rod, who powered the bullpen and John Lackey a strong-armed starting pitcher who was given the daunting task of starting game 7 of the World Series. Lackey, and the Angels won, obviously, and since then he has been when healthy, one of the better starting pitchers in the American League. Nick Frost had the good sense to become best friends with Simon Pegg long before Pegg became famous and as Pegg’s acting career took off, he brought Frost along on the journey. Starring in Shaun of the Dead, as Pegg’s best friend Ed, Frost introduced himself to a worldwide audience and stole most of the scenes he was in. Despite being born nearly 5000 miles away from one another, these two gentleman share quite the resemblance as pointed out by loyal reader the roomate.

What do YOU think, make sure to VOTE in the POLL below so that this doppelganger can breathe the fresh air of freedom that is on the permanent Doppelgangers page.

LackeyFrost


3 Responses to “An Angels and Zombies Doppelganger”


  1. 1 The Roomate
    June 23, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    I would have gone with the title: John of the Dead, but yours is good too. I’ve been slowly releasing my dopplegangers to the world via slanchreport… maybe kyle blanks next?

  2. 2 Saint Dynamite
    June 28, 2009 at 9:33 pm

    Yes. Kyle Blanks is the big black guy from “Batteries Not Included*”.

  3. 3 Barnyard
    June 29, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Looks more like David Gilmour.


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