Olympians and their celebrity doppelgangers

The Olympics can make you famous. However, before even heading over to Sochi, some Olympians already are, by way of looking strikingly similar to a Hollywood star. Check out these Olympians and the celebrities we think they most resemble.

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American Ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson won her first World Championship in 2013. She hopes to become the first winner of the inaugural women’s ski jumping Olympic event in Sochi. Tatiana Maslany is currently starring in the BBC thriller "Orphan Black."


U.S. women's hockey star Amanda Kessel, the younger sister of U.S. men’s hockey star Phil Kessel, is taking the Olympic stage for the first time in Sochi. She was named the top women's college hockey player in 2013. Anna Farris' acting resume includes some prime roles in "Entourage," "Brokeback Mountain," "The Dictator" and "The House Bunny."


Norwegian Alpine skier Aksel Lund Svindal has won eight medals at the World Championships and won a medal of every color at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. John Corbett has starred in nearly everything, most notably "Northern Exposure," "Sex in the City" and "My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding."


At the 2014 X Games, #Heartthrob Nick Goepper landed a triple cork 1440, considered one of the most difficult tricks in slopestyle skiing. He also hung out with Taylor Swift at the Golden Globes. Ashton Kutcher was once married to Demi Moore and his most recent role is playing Walden Schmidt on "Two and a Half Men."


Cross-country skier Jessie Diggins made history by becoming the first American to win a cross-country skiing World Championship in 2013. She will be making her Olympic debut in Sochi. Kate Bosworth made her acting debut in a small role in "7th Heaven" and has since gone on to star in such movies as "Superman Returns," "21" and "Blue Crush."

Obviously Lolo Jones and Rashida Jones are at the source.

We're so close to FFAO you guys! Remember that a few events start on Thursday but the Opening Ceremony is on Friday.