11 Nineteenth-Century VP Candidates Who Vaguely Resemble Famous Actors



One of these days (I'm not holding my breath), Hollywood will produce a feature film about vice-presidential candidates in the 19th century, and the casting will be spot-on. That is, once the casting director gets hold of historical photos of politicians most of us haven't ever seen. Or, in some cases, paintings. Shown here are John Breckinridge of Kentucky, who served vice-president under James Buchanan, and actor Matthew Perry. See eleven of the men who ran for vice-president and the actors they resemble at mental_floss. Link

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