Besides the fact that both father and son have similar taste in eyewear and great eyebrows, by 35, both Eugene and Dan were well-known names on the silver screen.
For big Levy, he was the star of “SCTV,” but for little Levy, his rise to fame was a little more sentimental. The Candian father and son duo wrote, produced, and starred in the magnificent “Schitt’s Creek.”
King Charles III & Prince Harry
Prince Charles (now King Charles III) and Princess Diana welcomed their first son and heir a few years before his 35th circle around the sun. Charles's youngest son, Harry, was a couple of years behind his father when he had his first son, Archie, at age 35.
Though they don't look that much alike at age 35, there's no doubt that Harry is Charles's son.
Bill Pullman & Lewis Pullman
Bill Pullman's career took off in the early 1980s, and he earned steady roles for the next four decades. We've recently seen him in the anthology thriller, "The Sinner."
His son, Lewis, has made his way into Hollywood in his own right and has recently landed a role in "Top Gun: Maverick," the "Top Gun" remake.
James Caan & Scott Caan
The name James Caan probably sounds familiar from "The Godfather," which was one of the actor's most well-known roles throughout his 40-year career.
His son, Scott, inherited his late father's good looks, as well as an itch for acting. Scott has taken his career to the small screen and has starred in shows like "Entourage" and "Hawaii 5-0."
Don Johnson & Jesse Johnson
If anyone is ever interested in rebooting "Miami Vice," they won't need to look very far for a lead. The former TV star's son, Jesse Johnson, is the spitting image of his father, Don. Not only that, but he's an aspiring actor. Though Jesse's performances haven't earned the reactions we're guessing daddy Don was hoping for.
His debut in the 2007 film "Redline," the film's critical reaction was remarkably negative and was even called "idiotic." Hey, at least he got his dad's good looks!