By his 20s, Ray Nicholson has more in common with his father, Jack, than just his appearance. One of the most famous actors of our time’s offspring works in Hollywood as an assistant and second director and has even dabbled in acting!
Jack can be proud of his son for making a name of his own and gaining experience both in front of and behind the camera! We’re looking forward to seeing more of you, Ray!
Rob Lowe (24) & John Owen Lowe (24)
Everyone remembers Rob Lowe in his teenage years as one of the '80s biggest heartthrobs. In recent years, he's been remembered for his roles in hit shows like "Brothers & Sisters" and "Parks and Recreation."
While his son, John, may not have spent his teen years in the public eye, he has gradually begun appearing in a few projects with his father, including a reality television series called "The Lowe Files."
Jean-Claude Van Damme (30) & Kristopher Van Varenberg (30)
Jean-Claude Van Damme is a Belgian actor, producer, screenwriter, director, fight choreographer, and retired martial artist best known for his martial arts action films.
His son, Kristopher Van Varenberg, has followed in his father's footsteps into action films. The father and son have collaborated on projects together, including the 1996 film "Quest."
Arnold Schwarzenegger (23) & Patrick Schwarzenegger (23)
Former Mr. Universe and the Governator of California, Arnold, and his son with Maria Shriver proved that sometimes the apple really doesn't fall from the tree.
By 23, Patrick had worked as both a model and an actor, and though it seems like he's following his father's lead in fame, it doesn't seem like he'll be running for governor any time soon.
Tommy Lee (23) & Brandon Thomas Lee (23)
When you're the son of Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, you know you're destined for greatness. At 23 years old, Brandon Thomas Lee opted for a different career than his pop's in Mötley Crüe.
Rather than follow his father's footsteps in music, Brandon is set on pursuing an acting career and is one of the newcomers on "The Hills: New Beginnings."