Ron Howard made a name for himself in Hollywood by acting in “Happy Days.” These days, directing has become more of his forte. His father was in the business as well.
Rance Howard was an actor and appeared in over 100 films throughout his career, from the mid-50s up until he died in 2017. Both father and son had successful careers by the age of 22.
Denzel Washington & John David Washington
By the age of 35, Denzel had been working in the film industry for over ten years. His son, John David Washington, has decided to follow his father into Hollywood and pave his way with impressive performances.
His most memorable roles include "BlacKkKlansman's," "The Book of Eli," and the hit television show "Ballers." Keep your eye out for the name John David Washington; trust us, he's going to be big!
Marlon Brando & Tuki Brando
One look at Tuki Brando's jawline, and you know exactly who his relatives are. Though he may not be an actor himself, the grandson of the Godfather carries on the iconic actor's legacy of exquisite looks working as a model for brands like Versace.
The French Polynesian model is the son of the late French model, Cheyenne Brando, Marlon Brando's estranged daughter.
Ryan Phillippe & Deacon Phillippe
Excuse us while we gawk at Ryan Phillippe and his son, Deacon. We don't think we've ever seen a father and son look that look so much alike in the history of father and son look-a-likes. Ryan got his start in the industry on "One Life to Live" when he was a teenager.
He married his "Cruel Intentions" costar, Reese Witherspoon, and the couple had two kids before splitting up. Though he has the face for it, it's unclear if their son, Deacon, will follow in his parents' acting footsteps.
Kirk Douglas & Michael Douglas
Both Kirk and Michael Douglas had outstanding acting careers and are considered two of Hollywood's greatest. When Kirk was 30, he landed his first role in the film, "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers," the part that kickstarted his career into what it is today.
When his son, Michael, was the same age, he was busy starring in the show, "The Streets of San Fransisco." Though the two actors were popular in different generations, it's safe to say that they're on the same level of greatness in Tinseltown.