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Robin Wine of West Bloomfield
And actresses Markie Post (and Candice Bergen)
"I hear it wherever I go: We know you're somebody. Who is it?'
"Nine years ago I was in Arizona; a lot of celebrities were there.
Some women stopped me and said, 'We're dying to know who you
are. You must be incognito. Just tell us who you are; we promise
we won't tell anyone!"
Elliot Lasson, formerly of Detroit,
now of Baltimore
And talk-show host Jay Leno
Maybe it's the chin. Friends throughout metro Detroit (where the
Lassons lived until recently) were always telling Elliot Lasson he
looked like Jay Leno. His wife remains doubtful. "We hear it of-
ten," she said, "but I'm not sure I see it."
Charles Siegel, formerly of
Southfield, now of Florida
And actor Caesar Romero
"Anyone who has ever met or seen my father
has always commented on how much he and
Caesar Romero look alike. The resemblance is
most uncanny," says his daughter, Judy Orr of
"My father ui ed to travel to New York, where
Mr. Romero was often sighted. Cab drivers, as
well as people on the street, would ask for au-
tographs or pictures. People would stop him in
restaurants and tell him how much he looked
like Caesar Romero, and I grew up hearing, Do
you know that movie star ...'
"Years ago, someone in my family wrote to
Caesar Romero and, after sending a photo of
my dad, asked for an autographed picture. It
still remains on my parents' dresser top. It is
signed by Caesar (a nickname my father's
friends have called him) Romero, and says,
`Some people think I look like you, too!'
"My father has always been most gracious
about these comments, and I'm sure flattered."
Norman Goldin of Farmington Hills
And actor Jerry Stiller
"No matter where I go, people come up
and ask for my autograph. I always tell
them, `I'm not who you think I am."
When Mr. Goldin wrote the actor, now fa-
mous for his role on "Seinfeld," Mr. Stiller
sent back a photo and a note that read,
"For a moment I thought you were me."