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Here are some local celebrity look-a-likes

9:00 AM EST on January 19, 2012

Berry "Boomer" Tramel won an award as Oklahoma sportswriter of the year earlier this month, and while I think we all agree it's well deserved, what he's best at (aside from an almost preternatural ability to get under Jim Traber's skin) is his talent at identifying look-a-likes in the sports world. In his honor, I decided to try to find some local celebrities who doppelgangers that need to be identified.

Wayne Coyne and "El Guapo" from the Three Amigos

Other people say that Wayne Coyne looks like Italian soccer coach Roberto Donadoni, but who the hell knows anything about Italian soccer?


Scott Brooks and Liam Neeson

Sad to say, but I'm pretty sure Liam Neeson could draw up better plays coming out of timeouts in crunch time...


Lance West and Eraserhead

I thought I was the only one that noticed this then I googled it and found a whole site dedicated to this look-a-like.


Dave Morris and Old Bob Dylan

An Ogle Mole once told me that this particular look-a-like is very popular in the offices at OPUBCO, so I'm very happy to report that at least some people in the Dark Tower have an outstanding sense of humor.


Jim Traber and Chaz Bono

Can't wait to find out what @jimtraber has to say about this one...


Mark Rodgers and Rosie O'Donnell

The most famous of all the OKC-media look-a-likes, Rosie is not capable to taking it to the hole like Mark is.


Jessica Schambach and that model that looks like Jessica Schambach

Am I the only one that thinks there could be a cottage industry of nude models who look like local media personalities? There's no reason to think anyone should stop with Jessica Schambach.


Kevin Ogle and Frankenstein's Monster

It's a shame Kevin Ogle had to resort to this sort of junk science just to differentiate himself from his brothers....


Sam Bradford and David Bromstad

The nice thing about being an interior designer is that you don't have to have a competent offensive line to succeed in your line of work. Sam Bradford only wishes he had that luxury.

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