12 Amazing Real People Who Look Like Cartoons

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Before the movie, this guy was just another dorky teen. Now, he's the real life doppelganger of Alfredo Linguini from Disney Pixar's Ratatouille . The resemblance is uncanny! (Source)


Meet the real life Popeye. His real name is Moustafa Ismail and he holds the Guinness World Record for his 31-inch bicep. (Source)


Dora The Explorer in real life: She is clearly not amused. (Source)


Carl Fredricksen from Up. (Source)


Could this be BEAVIS? (Source)


Meg from Family Guy (Source)


This may come to you as a surprise or a silly joke, but it's nothing but the truth. The popular CGI cartoon Shrek actually existed! In fact, his ogre-ific head was modeled after a real person; he was named Maurice Tillet and he was actually a very intelligent person who was a poet and writer who could speak 14 languages.

Tillet was born in 1903, and as a teenager he manifested a rare disease called acromegaly, which caused his bones to grow uncontrollably. As a result his body was disfigured, and he turned into what people back then referred to as “freak show”; do you think that put him down? Think again! He headed just the opposite of down by going to the United States to actually take advantage of his condition, turning into a pro wrestler called the “freak ogre of the ring”.
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For some princesses, fairytales do exist.


Ned Flanders from The Simpsons.


Peter Griffin from Family Guy.


World's most famous brothers.


Eric Cartman from South Park.




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