Bob Dylan doesn’t need much of an introduction, as the most important figure in the folk music of the past 50 years, but many might not realize that his son, Jakob Dylan, is famous in his own right.
Born into rock royalty, Jakob Dylan first followed in his father’s footsteps as the frontman of ’90s alt-rock staples The Wallflowers before forging a thriving career as a solo artist.
Gregory Peck (46) & Stephen Peck (46)
Gregory Peck took on the role that became inseparable from his career, that of Atticus Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird," which earned him an Oscar for Best Actor while inspiring viewers for generations.
While Stephen Peck may have his father's jawline, he didn't go pursue showbiz. Rather, he went on to become the president and CEO of the non-profit US Vets.
Bruce Springsteen (24) & Evan Springsteen (24)
One of the famed personalities of rock 'n' roll, Bruce Springsteen created music regarded for its deeply moving portrayal of average people struggling in America.
Bruce Springsteen's oldest son, Evan Springsteen, followed his father's footsteps and also became a musician. Bruce's fellow guitarist offspring even joined him on stage in 2008.
Christopher Reeve (20s) & Will Reeve (20s)
For a world filled with comic book fans, Christopher Reeve had for years been the definitive Superman. It also seems as though Will inherited his looks from his father!
However, Will Reeve lost his superhero father when he was just 11 years old, followed by the loss of his mother, Dana, only two years later. Things were not easy for him as a teenager, but he went to college to obtain his degree.
Stephen King (50s) & Joe Hill (30s)
Stephen King’s son writes books under the fake name Joe Hill. His real name is Joseph King. Back when he was in college, Joe Hill started writing horror stories.
Later, he released several full-fledged novels, and moviemakers instantly bought the rights for the screen adaptations. Hill’s books regularly appear on the lists of "The New York Times" bestsellers.