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Separated at Birth

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Ken Burns

Ken from PBS
and Bjorn

Bjorn from ABBA
Dave Douglas

Dave Douglas - Trumpet
and Cal Ripken, Jr

Cal Ripken, Jr. - Third Base
George Wein

George Wein CEO, Festival Productions
and Yoda

Yoda Jedi Master
Aidan Quinn

Aidan Quinn Actor born to Irish immigrants
and Francois Moutin

Francois Moutin Bassist born in France
Franklin

Franklin Round-headed Peanut
and Wynton Marsalis

Wynton Marsalis Round-headed trumpet sensation
Bill Stewart

Bill Stewart Grew up watching the Andy Griffith Show
and Opie Taylor

Ron Howard Andy Griffith Show star


Bill Carrothers Civil War buff
and

Bill Pullman Played the role of "Yankee" Hank Green

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