Look, we're not quite sure how the leader of the Kiss army will take being compared to the late dictator of the former terrorist state of Libya so we will keep this quick.
We certainly don't want to get on Gene Simmons' bad side, so we'll leave it at this: there is a possibility that he looks a little bit like the late Muammar Gaddafi...
When it comes to rock 'n' roll royalty, few artists are revered more than Rolling Stones guitarist
Keith Richards. So we were a little nervous about including him on a look-alikes feature with King Tut's Grandma, someone who's been dead for thousands of years, but you tell us - do the photos lie?
So-called "master illusionist" Criss Angel has been referred to as "a poor man's David Blaine," but maybe he's not given enough credit for his visual trickery. Here's one illusion he's been able to pull off with unmatched skill: looking a hell of a lot like Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee.
One has slayed millions with a killer voice that led one of the biggest and baddest rock 'n' roll bands of all time. The other led armies of thousands into battle in 'The Two Towers,' the second flick in the big-screen adaptation trilogy of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic fantasy book series 'The Lord of the Rings.'
OK, we're guessing this one is going to have its share of detractors. Could it be possible that Ozzy Osbourne -- the Prince of Darkness, the Metal Madman, the iconic Black Sabbath frontman -- actually looks like family-friendly actress/director Penny Marshall...
Jimmy Page has been rocking the world over with his distinct brand of dirty blues for decades. The fine folks at the Quaker Oats Company have been shilling their delicious and nutritious brand of oats-based cereal for more than a century.
Tom Hanks has starred in countless award-winning and box-office busting Hollywood films, and if a movie studio ever decides to make a movie about the life of Rush drummer Neil Peart, they'd be wise to call him cause he wouldn't need much in the way of makeup to look the part.
James Hetfield certainly knows how to put on a fierce face when he's rocking out onstage with Metallica. See how intense and ferocious he looks? The Cowardly Lion from 'The Wizard of Oz,' on the other hand, only can barely manage a meek, half-hearted growl.
And yet, from the right angle, these two radically different icons are total look-a-likes!
Late Queen singer Freddie Mercury was known for his flamboyant onstage persona, which included some pretty wild outfits. Actor Sacha Baron Cohen's character Borat is known for, well ... all kinds of wild ridiculousness. Put them together and what do you get? Well, a movie about Freddie Mercury starring Sacha Baron Cohen, for one.