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Is Steve Jones Really Steve Jones?

By Andy Warren,

Everyone has a double somewhere in the world - ever hear that? The world is a pretty big place, so I guess it's not impossible. Recently I was watching tv when I saw someone at first glance that HAD to be Steve Jones!

Here are a few pics of Steve, provided by Steve himself :

So you're thinking...there must be more to this, right? Well, context is everything! The movie I was watching was Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and the character portrayed by this Steve clone was Antoine the male gigolo (well, that's the cleaned up version). If you haven't seen it, it's pretty fun. Not classy maybe, but funny. You can catch some of the Steve/Antoine sound bites here.

Rather than risk running an image that might be copyrighted, there are several pictures of the actor (or is it Steve?) on Yahoo at this link: http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?d=hc&id=1800021251&cf=gen&intl=us

I emailed Steve about it, he forwarded to his wife, got this response:

Wow- hell of a resemblance. your skin is slightly darker, but otherwise... Kendall walked up to my computer and said, "Da da, Da da".  Then I said "Is that da da"? and she said, "Nooooooooo". tricked her at first.

Is that cool or what? Steve could give up being a DBA, head off to Hollywood! Then again, maybe he just does the DBA thing between movies!

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