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Separated at Birth - Chris Klein & Keanu Reeves

Separated at Birth - Chris Klein & Keanu Reeves - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Think your fave celeb looks like another? See which celebrities we think were Separated at Birth! Chris Klein and Keanu Reeves could be related!

They say that everyone out there has a twin. Do ya ever see a celebrity and think you know who it is, then you realize it's a totally different celeb who looks the same? Check out these celebs who look like they could have the same mom then who you think looks like they've been Separated at Birth.

Chris Klein from the American Pie movies looks like Keanu Reeves' lil' bro. The star of the upcoming The Matrix Reloaded often scrunches his brows and kinda squints a little. Chris Klein makes the same sort of facial expressions which actually makes them look like each other. The dark hair and eyes is another similarity between the two cuties. Although it has nothing to do with appearance, another characteristic that makes them seem alike is that both Chris Klein and Keanu Reeves have a soft-spoken charm about them. Do we have a match or should we start from scratch?

Could Chris Klein and Keanu Reeves be celebrity twins?  Were they separated at birth?
Left: Chris Right: Keanu

1 I think they look very similar. Who knows... they could be brothers or just separated at birth!

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Nickname: swollen members
Age: 8

1 I think Keanu Reeves and Chris Klein look exactly the same. They are brothers or twins!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: hockeygirl31
Age: 13

1 I do think that Keanu and Chris sort of have a resemblance but I think that Jewel and Renee are much better.

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: skinimini
Age: 11

1 Totally!!!

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Nickname: KrazyKnine777
Age: 14

1 I think Chris and Keanu look alike the most! Jewel and Renee do too... but I think the two that look alike the most are Michael Jackson and that ape!!!

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Nickname: AnGeLbAbY14357
Age: 14

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