Who's pictured: Actress Amy Adams who is set to play the leading lady in an upcoming superhero film
Hint about the famous look-alike: This actress stood out in the film "Wedding Crashers," but she's also married to a man who always seems to make a scene.
Who's pictured: Ilham Anas is a photographer from Indonesia.
Hint about the famous look-alike: In 2008, this former senator became the 44th president of the United States and the first African-American to hold the office.
Who's pictured: Actress Kristen Bell who is engaged to a prankster-turned-actor
Hint about the famous look-alike: This singer from Canada was once married to another rocker and recently dated a step-sibling of the Kardashians
Who's pictured: The Academy Award-winning director looks a lot like a famous actress.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This English model and actress is the former girlfriend of actor Hugh Grant and current fiancée of Australian cricket player Shane Warne.
Who's pictured: Former WWF wrestler Chyna
Hint about the famous look-alike: This reality TV star is often called a "momager" by her daughters (see photos of them), but she also manages her husband, who is a former Olympic gold-medalist
Who's pictured: Host of a popular TV show Stephen Colbert
Hint about the famous look-alike: This comedian has been referred to as one of the dirtiest comics in the business, even though he played a squeaky-clean father on a hit family sitcom
Who's pictured: Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio is known for his New York restaurants and for his run as a judge on a popular chef competition show "Top Chef."
Hint about the famous look-alike: Nicknamed "Iron Man," this former MLB shortstop and third baseman broke Lou Gehrig's record for consecutive games played
Who's pictured: Movie and TV actress Zooey Deschanel (her current FOX series? is also an indie rocker.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This pop star's performance of her new track at the 2012 Grammys caused speculation that the song was written about her soon-to-be ex-husband.
Who's pictured: The naïve and forgetful fish from the movie "Finding Nemo" provided lots of comedy, not surprising considering the comedienne who voiced her
Hint about the famous look-alike: This anchor and her husband are both correspondents for CNN.
Elrond: Lord of Rivendell
Who's pictured: Yes, another "Lord of the Rings" character, this time in Lord Elrond, a leader of the elves
Hint about the famous look-alike: "Stop wearing mom jeans" was the advice given to Mitt Romney by this FOX News chief political correspondent turned fashion police.
Who's pictured: Robert Englund is an actor best known for playing the iconic "Nightmare on Elm Street" killer Freddy Krueger
Hint about the famous look-alike: This "Whose Line Is It Anyway" alum was a recurring performer on "Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza."
Who's pictured: Franken Berry is the famous "monster" character of the breakfast cereal of the same name.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This reality TV star and her NBA player husband are stepping away from their own reality show but she will still appear in another hit show
Who's pictured: We can't stop with the "Lord of the Rings" references. Here's one of the villains, Gollum
Hint about the famous look-alike: This "Ragin' Cajun" Democratic strategist and his Republican strategist wife prove that a house divided can indeed stand.
Jeff Van Gundy
Who's pictured: Former NBA head coach Jeff Van Gundy , who now is a game commentator
Hint about the famous look-alike: This actor received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor (who won?) for his portrayal of Stan Yankelman in Billy Crystal's 1992 directorial debut
Who's pictured: "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm who revealed his more comedic side in a popular movie
Hint about the famous look-alike: This actor is best known for his role as a villain in the "Harry Potter" films. He also starred in a new NBC drama that was recently canceled
Who's pictured: David Hasselfhoff, was the star of "Knight Rider" (watch clips) and one of several hotties in "Baywatch."
Hint about the famous look-alike: Despite never winning the Super Bowl, this former quarterback (his former team) is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.
Janice the Muppet
Who's pictured: Janice the Muppet is not as popular as some of her Muppet counterparts, but she does bear resemblance to a celebrity.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This Italian fashion designer has brought new life to her family's label since the death of her famous designer brother.
Who's pictured: Joe Camel has been the face of Camel brand cigarettes for decades.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This rapper and entertainment mogul's superstar wife gave birth to their first child, Blue Ivy Carter this year.
Who's pictured: Keira Knightley has starred in several films, including some "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies, "Atonement" and many others.
Hint about the famous look-alike: Secret marriage rumors were sparked when this actress and the father of her son sported wedding rings at the 2012 Academy Awards
Who's pictured: Stieg Larsson is the author of acclaimed thrillers such as "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
Hint about the famous look-alike: This late film director/producer/screenwriter is responsible for classic films such as "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and "Home Alone."
Lego Star Wars
What's pictured: A Lego Star Wars toy
Hint about the famous look-alike: After this former 2012 Republican presidential candidate ended his campaign (why?), he decided to endorse a fellow competitor in the race
Who's pictured: Jim Nabors is the actor best known for his iconic role as fictional TV character Gomer Pyle, but he's also a musician
Hint about the famous look-alike: This former Arkansas governor has referred to the 2012 Republican Primary as a "toxic atmosphere."
New England Patriots Logo
What's pictured: Logo for the NFL team, the New England Patriots
Hint about the famous look-alike: This Democratic U.S. senator shocked onlookers when he sported two black eyes and a broken nose at a White House event.
'The Observer' on 'Fringe'
Who's pictured: Michael Cerveris, who plays the character known as "The Observer" on the "Fringe" TV series.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This billionaire CEO and online shopping pioneer's company is named for an ostensibly endless South American river.
Gen. Vladimir Osipov: 'Mafia Wars'
Who's pictured: A character from the popular "Mafia Wars" game
Hint about the famous look-alike: This actor, best known for his portrayal of TV dad Dan Connor (on what show?), is rumored to be reuniting with his former TV wife in a new NBC comedy
Who's pictured: The famous Disney character Pinocchio, the wooden boy who dreamed of becoming a real boy.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This New Directions member wrote and stars in a film about an outcast teen with journalistic aspirations.
Portrait of a Seated Youth
Who's pictured: The painting to the left was created by German artist Georg Pencz in the 1500s.
Hint about the famous look-alike: This young billionaire is co-creator and CEO of this top-ranked social networking website.
Justice Antonin Scalia
Who's pictured: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Hint about the famous look-alike: This celebrity chef is known for his signature catchphrases "Bam!" and "Kick it up a notch."
Who's pictured: Ian Somerhalder may be best known for his starring role in "The Vampire Diaries," but his longtime role in a popular sci-fi series launched him into the spotlight.
Finding Nemo' Seagull
What's pictured: Seagulls from "Finding Nemo"
Hint about the famous look-alike: This CNN anchor and daytime talk-show host recently was voted one of America's favorite news personalities
Who's pictured: Singer Jordin Sparks, who first came to fame as the Season 6 winner of "American Idol."
Hint about the famous look-alike: This "Ugly Betty" actress is the voice of Astrid in this DreamWorks franchise.
Yubaba: 'Spirited Away'
Who's pictured: The character Yubaba from the anime series "Spirited Away."
Hint about the famous look-alike: This former U.S. journalist was the first female member of the National Press Club and first female United Press International White House bureau chief.
Who's pictured: NFL Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin
Hint about the famous look-alike: This "House" actor's unscripted project "Mile High" recently received the green light by the Travel Channel.
Ollie Williams: 'Family Guy'
Who's pictured: The weatherman on the animated series "Family Guy."
Hint about the famous look-alike: This slimmed-down weatherman is known for the catchphrase "Here's what's happening in your neck of the woods."