12 Celebrity Chefs Who Have Cartoon Doppelgangers

We've already noted Emeril's uncanny resemblance to Grandpa Munster and determined that Eric Ripert and Mr. Jay may just be twins. Now we'll take a look at the celebrity chefs that have a different kind of doppelganger:

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12. Alton Brown vs. Dexter

If the boy genius from Dexter's Laboratory pulled a Pinocchio and became a real boy, he'd definitely grow up to be Alton Brown.

11. Anita Lo vs. Jane Lane

Anita Lo may seem sweet, but when it comes to her food, the Annisa owner and Top Chef Masters contestant knows how to channel her inner tough girl, just like Daria's spunky best friend.

10. Mario Batali vs. Comic Book Guy

Is it sad or cool that the famed chef, restaurateur and television host has the same personal style as the Comic Book Guy from The Simpsons? We wonder if the nerdy, sarcastic shop owner wears crocs, too.

9. Carla Hall vs. The Road Runner

One says "Hootie Hoo!"; The other, "Beep Beep!" That's really the only difference between the quirky co-host of The Chew and Wile E Coyote's nemesis.

8. Clark Frasier vs. He-man

Does the renowned chef and owner of the sustainable restaurant Arrows go to the same hairdresser as He-man?

7. Emeril Lagasse vs. Gargamel the Evil Wizard

Maybe it's the dark hair and thick brows, but famed chef Emeril Lagasse sure reminds a lot of The Smurfs super-villain.

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Kylejack topcommenter

I can really see Mario Batali as the Comic Book Guy and Rick Bayless as Flanders. Bayless even has all the mannerisms down.


Don't you mean LINGUINI for Bobby Flay? Or are you actually comparing him to the rat? (I watch this movie way too much.)

Hanabi-chan topcommenter

I would go with Linguini for Bobby Flay's cartoon doppelganger. 

Hanabi-chan topcommenter

So if Flay is Linguini, who is Remy? And who can be Skinner?

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