While it’s nice to have some famous family members, it can be a pain when they decide to put on a show for the public. Take, for example, the case of Robert Pattinson. The English actor has been under a lot of scrutiny since his parents were spotted at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Since then, the media have speculated on whether or not Pattinson is an actual alcoholic. While the answer is probably not, it’s still not fair to say he hasn’t been through what many people consider to be “hell.” The actor has gone on record saying he drinks only when he’s filming his movies, but the truth is we’ll probably never know for sure whether or not he’s being completely honest. In any case, the scrutiny has only increased following the release of Midnight in Paris, which was arguably his best role to date.

The Proof Is In The Pudding

The best way to determine if you’re actually looking at the real deal or an imposter is to examine the person’s work. For instance, while watching the actor in the latest David Cronenberg film, The Cut, I couldn’t help but feel that something was off. Sure, the movie is based on a true story and it’s important to note that his character is inspired by Robert Wilson, a famed English surgeon from the early 1900s. Still, something seemed a bit too easy for the actor. He had the appearance and speech patterns of a native English speaker, but there was also a subtle British accent, which raised doubts about his authenticity. Once the movie ended and I had a chance to think about it, I remembered a scene from the 2004 film, Rogue. In that movie, Wilson is also played by Robert Pattinson. So, I went back and watched that again. Sure enough, there was a moment when I believed the actor was attempting to pass himself off as someone else. It was a tiny moment, but it was enough to convince me that this was the real deal. I wouldn’t wish to accuse him of being a fraud, but it’s difficult to believe that he could pull off such a flawless impersonation, particularly since it required so much work. A more recent example of an imposter can be found in the Bohemian Rhapsody trailer, in which someone attempts to pass themselves off as Freddie Mercury. While I think it’s incredible that anyone could impersonate another person so well that even experts couldn’t tell the difference, I also think it’s important to keep an open mind when it comes to these sorts of things. It’s not always as easy to distinguish an impersonator from someone who is actually being themselves as it may seem. Take, for example, Scarlett Johansson and Vanessa Hudgens in the upcoming flick, A Night at the Museum. It’s a romantic comedy where they play twins, but it still requires them to act opposite one another. Having personally worked with both actresses, I can confidently say there is a clear difference in their performances. It’s not that Johansson lacks subtlety, but her comedic timing and quick wit are quite evident. For her part, Hudgens seems more reserved and timid, especially when compared to her more famous counterpart, but that’s what makes this version of Vanessa so special. I doubt very much that anyone could completely replace Vanessa Hudgens with an impersonator, even if they tried, which is why I believe this is the real deal when it comes to Scarlett Johansson and Vanessa Hudgens.

The Only Way To Find Out Is By Confronting Him

If you’re ever in doubt about whether or not you’re looking at the real deal, all you need to do is ask the person involved. Or, if you don’t want to risk coming off as rude, you could always confront them about it. In both cases, the only way to find out for sure is by confronting the person yourself. In the interest of protecting the privacy of others, it’s important to keep in mind that being suspicious of everyone is a paranoid trait often associated with sociopaths and other mental disorders. Just because someone doesn’t seem right to you doesn’t mean they’re out to get you or your friends. It’s also important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to personality disorders, so don’t be shy about asking for clarification if you’re unsure about how to act toward someone with mental health issues. The best thing you can do for someone with mental health issues is to be kind and understanding, something that will undoubtedly make them drawn to you, no matter what your creed or color. Remember: the less you judge a book by its cover, the better. If you’re ever in doubt, all you need to do is look at their work. Nothing else will speak louder than their talent and skills, whether or not they’re trying to deceive you. That’s the important thing.