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March 7, 2013

Who'dat?™: transformations

Today's edition of Who'dat?™ features a celebrity who has so altered her look in recent years that even after I found out who this is, I still don't see how it's possible.

Here's the picture:

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To play, try to figure out who this is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

For the record, some of my wilder guesses included Hayden Panettiere, Christina Applegate, and Madonna (which encompasses a 30-year spread of blond celebrity age confusion.)

June 4, 2012

Who'dat?™: On-screen grit, off-screen glam

In today's edition of Who'dat?™, we consider an actress whose look in her movie career bears pretty much no resemblance to her look as created by stylists for the red carpet. The photo below was taken at a recent movie premiere, but it had me completely stumped.

To play, look at the photo below and try to figure out who this is. Then click on the photo to see if you're right.

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[tx ADM!]

I like this actress a lot and am glad to see her get more high-profile movies this year. Click below for news on her upcoming movies, which look like they'll be some wonderful combination of lurid, salacious, and bizarre.

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March 6, 2012

Who'dat?™: Photographers go one step further with their guess

Last week we played a round of Who'dat?™ with a photo of a weirdly puffy, facially warped, and (in my opinion) completely unrecognizable Lindsay Lohan. We asked you to name the celebrity, and also guess what decade of her life she was in, because in the picture she looks like she could plausibly be in her 30's, 40's, or 50's. (She's really only 25.)

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But apparently I didn't go old enough for New York's paparazzi, who seem to have mistaken Debbie Harry for Lindsay.

Debbie Harry

Debbie Harry is 66 YEARS OLD. Sure, she's a remarkably gorgeous 66 year-old, but this still means that Lindsay Lohan appears to the public to be an elderly woman. Lindsay's own paternal grandmother is 71.

For context, here are some of the guesses I heard about who the Who'dat? picture was:

  • Joan Jett
  • Nicole Richie
  • Jennifer Tilly
  • Lil Kim
  • Donatella Versace

But I like the photographers' guess best of all. They're the professionals.

[tx ADM!]

February 29, 2012

Who'dat?™: Which decade?

Time for another round of Who'dat™? In today's game, look at the celebrity in the photo below and try to guess who it is. Early test rounds suggest this is a tricky one, so as a bonus question, you can also try to guess the general age of this person. Is she in her 30's? 40's? [gasp!] 50's? Be sure to look around the photo for other little clues.

Here's the picture. Try to guess who it is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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For the bonus Which decade? question, pick your decade and find the answer here.

December 7, 2011

Who'dat?™: great work ethic, somewhat questionable dye job

In today's edition of Who'dat?™, we ask you to consider a young celebrity who's got to be one of the hardest-working actors in her age group. This young lady is already almost in the same league as J.K. "six movies a year" Simmons, and she was born the same year I graduated from college.

To play, look at the celebrity photo below, try to guess who it is, then click on the picture to see if you're right.

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I think she looks sort of like a combination of Kirsten Dunst and Frances Bean Cobain in this shot.

August 29, 2011

Who'dat?™: Celebrity Frump edition

I had a lot of trouble identifying the celebrity in today's Who'dat?™, and even after I found out who it is, the next time I saw the same image, I looked at this person and said, "Wait, who is that again? Annette Bening with a terrible imitation of Chrissie Hynde's haircut?"

To play, look at the photo and try to guess who it is. Then click on it to see if you're right. It's not Annette Bening.

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Once you've played, take a look at the original source material.

I guess you've gotta go all out on the frumpy styling in order to make a beautiful woman credible as an investigative journalist.

June 26, 2011

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In today's edition of Who'dat?™, we invite you to consider the photo of a famous person above. She loves her cell phone and is quoted in the article accompanying this photo saying, "I definitely wanted [my artform] to be a spatial experience, where you can play with lightning or a crystal or the full moon."

Once you think you know who this is, click on the picture to see if you're right.

Here's the entire article, about phone apps, small apartments, and transistor radios, among other things.

March 8, 2010

Oscars night, with special Who'dat?™: Oscars flashback edition

Kathryn Bigelow winning Best Director Oscar

What I can't figure out about the Oscars is how a show that moves along from award to award so briskly and cuts off speeches at 45 seconds still feels like an interminable bore, punctuated by some funny Baldwin/Martin banter. There were a mere 3 montages, no performances of Best Song nominees, and there wasn't even an Irving G. Thalberg award this year!

Still, when we got to the last two awards and the show was already a half-hour overtime, suddenly it went from slow-motion to high gear and it was all over in about 3 minutes. Hurt Locker's in, Avatar's out, and Kathryn Bigelow gave two sincere but sort of bland speeches, thanking the military twice (and also Hazmat teams! Weird.) I'd like to think that she won Best Director on the basis of her movie and not because of some feel-good self-congratulatory tokenism on the part of the Academy, but either way, she accepted it like a cool, collected pro (and thankfully avoided all "this award is so much bigger than me" claims, and crying.) Here's the clip.

Anyway, the other interesting moment was the teen star reunion in honor of John Hughes. Look at the round-spectacled guy who looks sort of like one third of John Goodman with a goatee. Even after the announcer read all their names as they came out on stage, I had no idea who this guy was.

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You can make your guess and click on the photo to see if you're right. Or you can just read Wonkette's first headline this morning.

Though I certainly didn't know it, Judd Nelson has kept working steadily since the 80's, mostly small roles in movies I've never heard of. And New Jack City. Later this year, he'll star in a movie called Mayor Cupcake, in which he plays the husband of a small-town baker played by fellow Hughes teen star Lea Thompson.

The weirdest part of the night was the dance montage of the Best Score nominees, with guys in cardigans breakdancing to The Hurt Locker.

My favorite moments: The Hurt Locker actors picking each other up and screaming when they won Best Picture, T Bone Burnett's sunglasses and suit, the horror montage, and the AmEx Members Project ad with Geoffrey Canada talking about Harlem Children's Zone, which was more inspiring than just about any of the award-winning movie clips.

You can watch all the acceptance speeches at the Oscars site.

July 28, 2009

Julie & Julia & Who'dat?™

Today's Who'dat?™ pic was taken at the premiere of Julie & Julia, the Meryl Streep/Amy Adams movie adapted from a blog about obsessive cookbook completism. This celebrity is looking glamorous and fresh-faced, though not especially recognizable.

To play, look at the photo and try to guess who it is. Then click on it to see if you're right.

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May 9, 2009

Who'dat?™: The ravages of age

Today's celebrity photo isn't quite tricky enough to be a Who'dat?™. But it does speak volumes about how strange people look as they get older and their faces get weirdly taut and sort of horizontally elongated.

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Try to guess who this is, then click on the photo to see if you are right.

But OK, I'll just tell you.

Tori's features, which could be attributable to something other than bad plastic surgery, I guess, aren't even the weirdest part of this Reuters article. She has a new album out soon called Abnormally Attracted to Sin, and guess what it's about. Female sexuality? Faeries? Freaking out on peyote? Nope. The economy!

"The world has changed completely, it seems, in the past two years. The world that we all knew before, could wake up in feeling safe, now it seems that everything has been turned upside down," Amos told Reuters in an interview.

"The record is asking all kinds of questions about power -- how do we define it? Because if it's with money then we're all in trouble. And what is success? What are we attracted to? Because it kind of needs to change.

"I started thinking we can redefine what is a sexy, powerful male. To me that's the greatest challenge we have right now, because if we don't, a lot of relationships are just going to be ripped apart."

OK everyone, here's what you can do for our crumbling economy. Take Tori's advice, and make out with a sexy unemployed guy!

February 2, 2009

Who'dat?™: child actors, drug traffickers

Today's edition of Who'dat?™ is just about impossible, but you can go ahead and click on the photo below if you think you know who it is before I give it away.

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But here's a hint: "Horses Are Pretty".

Yes! It's little Hallie Kate Eisenberg, who played temperamental indie director Christie in IFC's funny ads from the late 90's [watch examples, "You be quiet! No you be quiet!" and "Lili doesn't know her lines today"].

So the real news is here is that Hallie Kate Eisenberg is going to star in a new movie currently being filmed in NYC called Holy Rollers, and it sounds awesome.

The movie is based on a true story about a ring of drug traffickers who brought an insane amount of Ecstasy into the US in the late 90's. The twist: they were all Hasidic Jews. Sean Erez, an Israeli-Canadian in his early 30s, worked with a 17 year-old kid from Brooklyn, Shimon Levita, who recruited his teenage friends to make trips back and forth to Amsterdam carrying tens of thousands of pills at a time. The LA Times has a good pretty story on the case from around the time everyone was sentenced in 2001. Also the NY Times quotes Levita speaking to a New York judge during his sentencing: "I was raised in a real orthodox religious house," he said, hands clasped behind his back. "We didn't have no television and no radio. I didn't know what drugs were. But in nine months in jail, I learned what they can do."

Yesterday's Daily News had a good piece on the movie--they interview director Kevin Asch and actor/producer Danny Abeckaser, who got the idea for the movie while watching a documentary on the real smugglers on Discovery. The article covers a nightclub scene that was shot recently at Marquee, with a great photo of guys in yarmulkes and black suits walking through a crowd of dancing club kids.

The young smugglers are played by Jesse Eisenberg, the older brother in The Squid and the Whale, and Justin Bartha from National Treasure. Cast also features 16 year-old Hallie Kate Eisenberg, and, best of all, Q-Tip as an Ethiopian Jew named Ephraim.

Last year, the real Sean Erez was convicted, again, for trafficking cocaine in Toronto.

January 26, 2009

Who'dat?™: Sundance edition

Sundance ended on Saturday, with many celebrities attending screenings and walking around Utah smoking Marlboros.

To play today's Who'dat?™, look at the photo below and try to guess who it is. Then click on the photo to see if you're right.

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A few of the notable movies at Sundance this year:

  • Spread, featuring Ashton Kutcher as a hot young Hollywood stud sleeping his way into the homes of older rich ladies, with tons of nudity and sex.
  • Ewan McGregor and Jim Carrey falling in love in prison in I Love You Phillip Morris.
  • We Live in Public, a documentary about early internet entrepreneur/celebrity/over-sharer Josh Harris, whose experiments with living his life online went great until he lost his money, mind, and finally "disappeared to an apple farm upstate." Here's a David Carr article about it.
  • Push, the big winner of the festival, featuring your new favorite indie actress Mo'Nique as the teenage girl character's mother, "one of the most tragic and despicable villains, maybe, in all of cinema," according to the Spout review.

  • November 10, 2008

    Who'dat?™: Crazy celebrity brothers

    Ralph Turturro

    This is a tough one, so I'll just tell you who it is. If you subtract the beard, hair, and about 65 pounds from this guy, but kept the expressive eyebrows and sort of wild expression, you might be able to guess that this is John Turturro's brother.

    According to the Post, Ralph Turturro has been causing all kinds of problems for his Hell's Kitchen neighbors on West 46th--they've called the cops on him 5 times since August:

    John Turturro's troubled older brother has them living in fear -- threatening to kill them and his caretakers, screaming at all hours of the night, and leering at female residents.

    "He's explosive," said Deborah Miller. She said she had to call the cops Aug. 30 because Ralph, who was locked out of his own place, was trying to get into her apartment around 1 a.m. "Get me a key, bitch!" he screamed.

    The more famous Turturro's Wikipedia entry says that his older brother Ralph is a middle school art teacher, but the Post says he's an unemployed artist who has "caretakers" with him all the time, which I'm guessing means he lost that teaching job. Neighbors say they hear him screaming and throwing furniture around the apartment.

    While the older Turturro [UPDATE: it turns out the artist is John Turturro's cousin, not his brother, and is not mentally ill] may have mental problems, his art isn't bad. I found a website that appears to be his featuring a lot of his abstract art. I'm no expert on this, but some of it looks really good (I like this one from 2002.) The "recent works" are from 2003 and earlier, so maybe his creativity has suffered lately. His artist's statement is an interesting take on abstraction, subjectivity, and discipline, so it seems like he had his shit together at one point.

    In an interview from 2 years ago, Ralph Turturro says he comes from a family of artists, though "the rest of my family that aren't actors never talk to each other because of one emotional thing or another." Maybe that means he's still in touch with John and Aida who can help get him away from his neighbors.

    UPDATE: It turns out the mentally ill Ralph Turturro, John's brother, is not the same person as Ralph Turturro the artist. The professional artist is John's cousin, and is not mentally ill. See the comments for more anecdotes from one of the neighbors dealing with the unwell Ralph's outbursts.

    November 7, 2008

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    I'm not sure what it is about the photo for this edition of Who'dat?™--the celebrity in question isn't aging beyond all recognition or going through a radical transformation for a movie role or anything. The reality of what this person looks like doesn't quite coincide with my mental image of her.

    To play, try to guess who this is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    July 7, 2008

    Who'dat?™

    In today's Who'dat?™, we bring you a celebrity who has been a little out of the loop lately. He also avoids using email or cellphones, hadn't heard about Radiohead's "In Rainbows" album, and named his daughter Tuesday.

    To play, try to guess who this celebrity is, then click on the photo to see if you're right.

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    May 7, 2008

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    In today's Who'dat?™, look at the thinning celebrity photo below, try to guess who it is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    February 10, 2008

    Who'dat?™: Hitchcock tribute edition

    In today's edition of Who'dat?™, we bring you a celebrity featured in the current issue of Vanity Fair, the annual Hollywood issue. The issue includes a really cool section with current movie stars in recreations of famous scenes from Alfred Hitchcock movies. There's Jodie Foster as Tippi Hedron in The Birds, Keira Knightley and Jennifer Jason Leigh in Rebecca (who are exactly who I think would be cast in that movie if it were remade), and--this is genius--Seth Rogen as Cary Grant in North by Northwest.

    But there's one celebrity in the series that might be trickier to identify. To play Who'dat™, look at the person in the Vertigo recreation below, and try to guess who it is. Then click on the picture to see if you're right.

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    This isn't even the first time this celebrity has been a Who'dat™ subject. The chances I'd be able to recognize her on the street are probably zero.

    Here's the whole Vanity Fair series.

    December 10, 2007

    Who'dat?™: Rock legends

    Today's installment of Who'dat?™ features a performer on stage at a recent concert. It's a tricky one because you can't actually see this person's face, but the outfit conveys this legend's stage presence, charisma, and long history of womanizing and drug addiction.

    To play, look at the picture below and try to figure out who it is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    See you on December 21!

    November 8, 2007

    Who'dat?™

    In today's Who'dat?™, take a look at this photo of a very gracious celebrity at his appearance at a recent theatrical event in Munich.

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    To play, try to guess who it is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

    Read more after you've played.

    Continue reading "Who'dat?™" »

    April 20, 2007

    Who'dat?™

    Sometimes, when a celebrity that you have seen one billion times over the course of many years suddenly stops being a part of your world, you totally forget that they ever existed. It's weird.

    To play today's edition of Who'dat?™, look at the celebrity below and try to guess who it is. Click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    I still can't decide if it's nice to see her again or not (no clicking until you've guessed!)

    February 23, 2007

    Who'Dat?™: Can you even identify the decade this person was born in? edition

    Today's edition of Who'Dat?™ concerns a speaker from the memorial service for Robert Altman, held earlier this week at the Majestic Theater.

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    Try to figure out who this is, then click on the picture to see if you are right. It's a pretty good one.

    November 14, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: You look so pretty when you smile

    Today's edition of Who'Dat?™ involves a recent celebrity who you may not know much about, but we're willing to bet you've seen a lot of in the past few months. Though this might be the first time you've seen him looking like a person that you would not want to punch in the face.

    To play the game, try to figure out who this person is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    More on this celebrity after the break.

    Continue reading "Who'Dat?™: You look so pretty when you smile" »

    October 31, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: Celebrity golfers

    Now that Snoop Dogg and Lee Iocacca are tv golfing buddies, there's no point pretending that golf is only for rich guys who run the business world. It's the sport of rich guys who run the entertainment business world, too.

    In today's edition of Who'Dat?™, see if you can tell who this golfer is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    After you've played, see some more info about this celebrity golfer after the break.

    Continue reading "Who'Dat?™: Celebrity golfers" »

    September 12, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: Fall TV Season Edition

    Has there ever been a better time to be a bald celebrity? Lost's Terry O'Quinn may have led the trend, but since then we've seen Howie Mandel's return to super-stardom with Deal or No Deal,, a "very special" bald episode of America's Next Top Model, and now a fall tv show starring both John Lithgow AND Jeffrey Tambor?

    If you're a former celebrity who's gone a little bit to seed, what are you waiting for? Get out that razor and call your agent! That's what this guy did - and in celebration of his return to celebrity relevancy, he is today's Who'Dat?™

    Make your guess and click on the picture below to see if you're right.

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    July 11, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: Celebrities and legends

    Today's Who'Dat?™ concerns a special favorite of ours who participated in last weekend's Taco Bell™ All-Star Legends & Celebrities softball game in Pittsburgh.

    To play, try to guess who this person is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    April 18, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: Bongos

    I'm always heartened to see exceptionally desirable and hot actors who have accepted their increasing age, and graciously advance in years still holding onto their elegance and attractiveness. Sure, they'll never be as gorgeous as they were in their youth, but some celebrities find a way to retain the handsome features and classy poise that made them stars in the first place.

    Playing the bongos in public is not the way to accomplish this.

    To play Who'Dat?™, see if you can identify the celebrity in the picture below. Then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    March 28, 2006

    Who'Dat™: Boy-he's-starting-to-look-old Edition

    Here's another edition of Who'Dat™, the game where you see if you can figure out who looks like crap in the picture we provide you. Here you go:

    Here's a hint: he may or may not be Chris Noth.

    Click the image to see if you are right.

    March 6, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: Crazy old guy edition

    Along with last night's Academy Awards comes a lot of big parties attended by all kinds of celebrities with varying cultural relevance, surgical enhancement, and visible indicators of drug abuse.

    See if you can guess who this tragic-looking figure arriving at Elton John's party is, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    Don't do drugs, kids!

    Continue reading "Who'Dat?™: Crazy old guy edition" »

    January 23, 2006

    Who'Dat?™: Too Many Cheetos Edition

    Today's Who'Dat? shows a startling transformation of someone who was once the subject of fevered adolescent fantasies and now - frankly, even before he put on the additional chins - has lost that power.

    In fact, it looks like this person has just spent the past months lying around his apartment sulking while eating Cheetos, watching basic cable, and wishing he could have sex with Scarlett Johansson.

    And no, before you even guess, it is not any one of your Amy's Robot correspondents. We prefer Cheez-its.

    Make your guess and click on the picture below to see if you're right.

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    November 9, 2005

    Who'dat?™: We-don't-know-who-it-is-either edition +

    Amy sent me this pic, but as I write this, I don't know who it is either. Leave a comment if you have a guess.

    Here you go:

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    Usually you can click the picture to find out who the Who'dat™ is, but since I don't know who it is, we really can't do that right now. -ADM

    OK, we'll tell you who it is. Once you've made your guess, click below to see who this is. -Amy

    Continue reading "Who'dat?™: We-don't-know-who-it-is-either edition +" »

    July 19, 2005

    Who'dat?™: Women Without Makeup Edition

    Today's Who'dat™ is a cautionary tale, an important reminder to celebrities that you should never, ever leave the house without applying at least a little lip gloss*. That's right, not even at 11 a.m. Not even when you're just going down to the corner to pick up some Bugles™ and a case of diet coke. Because Amy's Robot is here to tell you - you just never know when an US Weekly stringer is going to jump out from behind the cantaloupes.

    Make your guess and click on the picture below to see if you're right.

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    * Unless you are Liv Tyler, and then you can just walk around in a smock looking luminously gorgeous 24/7.

    July 13, 2005

    Who'dat™: Summer Movie Edition

    This handsome young actor caught our attention at a recent movie premiere. Who could it be?

    Make a guess and click on the picture below to see if you're right.

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    Continue reading "Who'dat™: Summer Movie Edition" »

    May 26, 2005

    Who'Dat?™: Wholesome celebrities

    Today's Who'Dat?™ features celebrities who had a wholesome evening together at last night's American Idol finale. Try to identify both of these people, then click on the picture to see if you are right.

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    I don't know why this picture strikes me as being so weird. But it really, really does.

    (make your guess before clicking on "Continue reading")

    Continue reading "Who'Dat?™: Wholesome celebrities" »

    April 1, 2005

    Who'dat™: Elder Statesmen Edition

    Today's Who'dat™ is double the pleasure, double the fun! Who are these two handsome fellows?

    Hint: Judging from this photo, one of them surely has a hideous, aging picture of himself hanging behind a curtain somewhere.

    Click on the photo to see if you're right.

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    March 29, 2005

    Who'Dat?™: Starlets that won't go away

    Today's Who'Dat?™ game features an actress on the red carpet at last night's premiere of Sin City, the 147th movie that wonderboy Robert Rodriguez has made in this decade, so far. This starlet has been in loads of movies, but she has also gone through many looks, and many increasingly psychotic phases in which she says inadvisable things in interviews. So that makes it harder than usual to identify her.

    Try to identify this celebrity, then click on the photo to see if you are right.

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    If Sin City wasn't directed by Rodriguez, I would be afraid it's going to be just another Sky Captain. But every single one of his movies is at least pretty good. I have hope.

    March 16, 2005

    The Legend of Who'dat?™

    See if you can identify this aging celebrity, who made an appearance at this week's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Dinner in New York, and will appear at the South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin. Then click on the photo to see if you are right. Hint: not an elderly woman.

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    February 14, 2005

    Who'dat?™: Valentine's Day Heartthrob Edition

    In celebration of the holiday of love, Amy's Robot brings you this special Who'dat™, featuring a young man who was many a bright-eyed girl's first love. Make your guess and click on the picture to see if you're correct. Then go eat some chocolates, on us. Happy Valentine's Day!

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    January 28, 2005

    Who'Dat?™: Unflattering Photos at Sundance

    I guess Sundance gives movie stars the opportunity to appear in public looking all scruffy and unkempt, without their stylists and favorite photographers around to ensure their gorgeousness. Today we bring you a few highlights of Roger Ebert's Sundance photo album. See if you can identify the following celebrities (we admit...it's not too hard, but they do look pretty crappy), then click on the photo to see if you are right.

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    This celebrity is not terribly hard to identify, but his similarity to Ryan O'Neal in this photo is disconcerting. Especially considering Ryan O'Neal is 12 years older than this guy it.

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    This guy looks different just about every time we see him, but is especially grizzled here.

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    Not the most flattering picture of one of our favorite actors. She looks a little like the considerably older Mary Steenburgen.

    January 19, 2005

    Who'dat?™: Greyfro

    See if you can identify this aging celebrity, then click on the photo to see if you are right.

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    December 3, 2004

    Who'Dat™: Celebrity Morphing Edition

    Today's Who'Dat™ features a celebrity who's looking less like herself these days and more like another, related celebrity. Extra points if you guess both.

    Make your guess and click on the picture below to see if you're correct. The second answer appears after the jump.

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    Continue reading "Who'Dat™: Celebrity Morphing Edition" »

    December 1, 2004

    Who'Dat?™: More Irrelevant Celebrities

    This lovely lady has received some press coverage lately, although she might be more familiar to you if you've been watching TNT on Sunday afternoons.

    Hint: It's not Jenny Garth.

    Click on the photo below to see if your guess is correct.

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    November 16, 2004

    Who'dat™: Glamorama Edition

    Today's Who'dat™ caught our attention for a number of reasons. Can you identify this newly feminized performer? Make your guess and click on the picture to see if you're right.

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    We're as surprised as you.

    October 4, 2004

    Who'Dat?™: Wedded Bliss Edition

    In today's edition of Who'Dat?™, we really have no words. The article linked says everything you need to know about this happy newlywed. Make your guess and then click on the picture to see if you're right.

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    September 28, 2004

    Who'Dat?™: Movie premiere at a casino

    In today's version of Who'Dat?™, take a look at the celebrity photo below. Guess who it is, then click on the photo to see if you are right. Yes, she looks sort of like Mira Sorvino, but remember how old Mira is these days. Actually, *today* Mira turns 37. Happy Birthday, Mira! Enjoy that scruffy 22 year-old waiter husband of yours!

    Anyway, back to Who'Dat?™. Who is this celebrity, attending a very classy movie premiere at Mohegan Sun?

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    August 19, 2004

    Who'dat?™

    Today's installment of Who'dat?™ will really blow your mind and cause all kinds of rectal prolapse. Remember how the game works? Just look at the photo of the celebrity below, and try to guess who it is.


    You might think that this celebrity is Eartha Kitt, but you would be wrong.

    It's WHITNEY HOUSTON!

    THE HORROR!

    [tx ADM]

    August 16, 2004

    Who'dat?™: Surprising Celebrity Intersections

    We've been playing Who'Dat?™ a lot lately. Remember how it works? We give you a picture of a celebrity in which the celebrity is sort of hard to recognize, and you have to guess who it is.

    When you think you know, click the picture to see if you are right.

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    This one's tricky because of the mask, and because this is her Who'dat? debut, but you should be able to get it.

    There are some interesting trends in guesses that we have noticed in casual polling with this picture that we discuss in the next section of this post. You can continue reading by clicking on the link below. Make your guesses before you continue reading! We don't want to give the game away, after all.

    ps. pic via alaina

    Continue reading "Who'dat?™: Surprising Celebrity Intersections" »

    August 4, 2004

    Who'dat?™: High School Classmates Edition

    Today we bring you a fascinating and baffling round of

    Who'Dat?™

    in honor of one of our most beloved bloggers. Which graduate of Valley Regional High School is pictured below? Try to figure out who this celebrity is, then simply click on the photo to see if you are right.

    August 3, 2004

    Who'dat?™

    Hey '80's kids! Today we bring you a nostalgic installment of everybody's favorite interactive washed-up has-been celebrity game,

    Who'dat?™

    Pit your knowledge of celebrities against the ravages of time and ill-advised career choices. To play the game, first try to determine the identity of the celebrity below. Then simply click on the photo to see if you're right.

    July 21, 2004

    Who'dat?™ Before They Were Stars

    For maximum relevance, I should have posted this a few days ago, but I didn't want you to entirely miss out on a round of

    Who'dat?™

    This celebrity is pictured before rising to stardom. To play the game, first try to determine the identity of the celebrity below. Then simply click on the photo below to see if you're right. I apologize for the quality of the photo, which was hurriedly scanned from People magazine.

    July 8, 2004

    Who'dat?™ Classic

    ...and for all you blog purists, a more traditional game of

    Who'dat?™

    This star has joined a new much-hyped TV show. Try to guess who it is, then click on the photo to see if you are right.

    Who'dat?™: Before They Were Famous

    Today, we bring you a new twist on the game beloved by Amy's Robot readers across the globe

    Who'dat?™

    As I'm sure you remember, Who'dat?™ supplies you with a photograph of a celebrity in which the celebrity is more challenging to identify than you might expect. In this special edition, the celebrity is pictured before rising to stardom, rather than the folks in their infomercial host phase that we generally use.

    To play the game, first try to determine the identity of the celebrity below. Then simply click on the photo below to see if you're right.

    June 18, 2004

    Who'dat?™: The New Interactive Game from Amy's Robot!

    After the earth-shattering success of our beloved game, Who's Older?™, we're pleased to launch another game in which readers can pit their knowledge of celebrities against the ravages of time and ill-advised career choices. We bring you

    Who'dat?™

    Who'dat? will present you with a photograph of a celebrity in which the celebrity is more challenging to identify than you might expect. ADM is the master of locating such photographs, (including this one of Chelsea Clinton from a few years back) so I'm sure he'll initiate a few rounds of Who'dat?

    To play the game, first try to determine the identity of the celebrity below. Then simply click on the photo below to see if you're right.

    About Who'Dat?

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