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Does This Man Resemble Conan O’Brien? [POLL/VIDEO]

Greg Keating looks so much like Conan O Brien that he’s posted a YouTube video questioning the identity of his Dad.

Greg Keating, YouTube

Since Keating posted the video on January 8th, it’s gotten 67,626 views.

In the opening Keating explains “Who am I? My name is Gregory Keating. I live in a small northern New Jersey town, 10 miles outside of New York City, and I’ve spent my whole life confused.” Keating goes on tell the story that his mother got fired from NBC after she got pregnant by O’Brien. Even if this video is not a serious endeavor, the physical similarities warrant a double take.

“Growing up was a challenge for me,” he exclaims. “I was born with a full head of red hair.” He notes other common features. Pasty skin, he says, and a resemblance to Tarja Halonen, former president of Finland. (O’Brien used the Halonen gag in his former NBC show, “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”).

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Several online reports have speculated the town Keating refers to is Verona. Heavy notes a Facebook profile that appears to have photos of the same man. That profile lists his current city as Philadelphia, and hometown as Verona.

Do you think Greg Keating resembles Conan O’Brien?


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