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Daniel Day Lewis and 4 other actors who are the spit of US presidents

How did hair and make-up do on these guys?

CAN YOU SPOT the difference? This is how much Daniel Day Lewis looks like Abraham Lincoln (the one on the left is the 16th US President, in case you couldn’t tell).

The Wicklow resident and Hollywood favourite seems to have been born to play the role.

And the 55-year-old has done just that in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln which is due for release in the US in November and in Ireland in January next year. The movie chronicles the final months of Lincoln’s presidency.

As for other lookey-likey actors and US presidents…here’s a game of Who’s Who?

Last year, Greg Kinnear took on the role of JFK in the TV series The Kennedys:

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John Voight gave a convincing rendition of President Roosevelt, the 32nd US President who was confined to a wheelchair but refused to be limited by his disability.

Franklin D Roosevelt giving a radio address in 1941. (AP Photo)

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Former President Richard Nixon was played by Frank Langella in the movie that tells the story of the Frost/Nixon interview.

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Although Bill Clinton - still one of the world’s most powerful men - said in June that he would like George Clooney to play him in a movie, that role has gone to Dennis Quaid:

(AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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