Justin Theroux and Justin Trudeau. Aside from their super-similar names, they don’t have much in common, right? Wrong.
Though one is a Hollywood actor and writer, the other the Canadian prime minister, these two Justins have more similarities than you may think.
They’re both Justin T-Oh’s.
Okay, duh. But still – two public figures with names that sound that remarkably similar. One ends with “eau” and the other with “oux.”
They’re both dark brunettes.
And they bring a new meaning to the phrase “tall, dark and handsome.”
They’ve both got tattoos.
Working in politics hasn’t stopped Trudeau from getting a little ink: He has an earth tattoo surrounded by a raven on his left bicep. Theroux, on the other hand, is tatted all over: He’s got leg tattoos and rib tattoos, as well as a massive back tattoo.
Both of their dads are lawyers.
If you’re a lawyer, your chances of having a Justin T-Oh child just shot way up. Theroux’s D.C.-based dad was a lawyer, and former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau started his career practicing law, too.
They’re the same age.
1971 was a good year to be a Justin T-Oh. Both Theroux and Trudeau were born that year – the actor, on August 10, a few months earlier than the prime minister, who was born on December 25.
They’re both actors.
Though Trudeau works in politics now, at one point, he dabbled in acting. He starred in the the mini-series The Great War, which told the story of Canada in World War I. As for Theroux, well, have you seen Sex and the City?
They both do yoga.
Just call them the Justin T-Om’s. Both of the two Justins are yogis. Theroux and wife Jennifer Aniston did a few downward dogs on their honeymoon to Bora Bora, while Trudeau breaks out into yoga poses during political meetings.