Will the teal Jason Alexander, and Jay Lem,
ou're walking down the street one Wednesday afternoon in
Farmington Hills when suddenly you see him. Actor John
Larroquette is right there. Before your very eyes. Do you dare
ask for his autograph?
Check again. Are you sure about this? Maybe it's a matter of too
many late nights up watching "Night Court."
Most likely it's not the actor,
now starring on NBC's "The John
Larroquette Show," but Farming-
ton Hills resident Bruce Weiss, a dead
ringer for the comedian/actor.
Look carefully and you'll see them all
around. Are Al Pacino, Bette Midler, David
Marty Berkowitz of Walled Lake
Letterman and Gene Hackman new neigh-
And actor David Schwimmer
bors in metro Detroit, or is it just an amaz- "Everyone says that my husband, Marty, looks exactly like David
Schwimmer," says Mr. Berkowitz's wife, Brenda. "In fact, the
first time my father saw 'Friends,' he called and said, 'I'm looking
ing coincidence of look-alikes?
at Marty on TV!"
Nathaniel Warshay of Oak Park
And actor George Clooney
Appropriately enough, Mr. Warshay's sister-in-law
first noticed Mr. Warshay's resemblance to actor George
Clooney (now the reigning hunk on "ER") — back when
Mr. Clooney appeared on the TV show "Sisters."