At 22, Jude Law was just a budding actor and hadn’t landed any of his more substantial roles, but he was known as an up-and-coming actor to watch. His son, Rafferty, had also made his way into the spotlight by the same age and is now modeling and working on his career as a musician.
Based on the resemblance Rafferty has to his father, we’re guessing he’s going to age like a fine wine!
Mick Jagger (33) & James Jagger (33)
It seems like there's something about musicians' sons that make them want to go into acting and vice versa. While he was born into rock 'n' roll greatness, James Jagger turned to a career in acting instead of music.
The son of the Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall has starred in films like "The Unravelling" and "Vinyl."
David Beckham (18) & Brooklyn Beckham (18)
Being the eldest son of David and Victoria, Beckham comes with its perks, but it also comes with a lot of pressure. After all, both of your parents are legendary in their careers. At 18, David Beckham was just starting his athletic profession as a soccer player.
Since the Beckham children have been in the limelight since youth, it's surprising that Brooklyn waited until he reached adulthood to begin a career in modeling and acting.
Kurt Russell (33) & Wyatt Russell (33)
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell sure know how to make a family of insanely attractive children. Wyatt Russel may be a couple of years late to the acting game since he played ice hockey, but it seems like he's on his way to everlasting stardom with a long list of movies under his belt.
Looking at Wyatt at age 33 and then back at Kurt at age 33 is somewhat of a mindblowing sensation for us; Wyatt is the spitting image of his father!
Mel Gibson (28) & Milo Gibson (28)
Being the acclaimed actor, it's hard to remember that Mel Gibson was once in his twenties. By 28, he had just starred in "Gallipoli," which is to this day, one of the actor's greatest films.
Gibson's son, Milo, doesn't have as many films under his belt, although he's starred in some big films, including "Hackshaw Ridge" and "All the Devil's Men."