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For anyone who's ever wished it was possible to clone your favorite celebrity, rejoice!

While science hasn't yet given us the ability to create another Channing Tatum or Ryan Gosling,

we do have the next best thing: celebrity children.

Here are some celeb sons who hit the genetics jackpot.

Ronan Farrow

Just where exactly Ronan Farrow gets his good looks from is a matter of some debate.

His mom, Mia Farrow, is a celebrated actress, while his father is legendary director Woody

Allen.

Ronan's parents are famously estranged, though, and Mia even suggested at one point that Ronan's

dad might actually be Frank Sinatra.

Despite his star-studded DNA, Ronan mostly shied away from the Hollywood spotlight, becoming

a human rights lawyer and writer, as well as a Special Adviser for Global Youth Issues

during President Barack Obama's first term.

Ronan also hosted his own show, Ronan Farrow Daily, on MSNBC, and you can currently catch

him as a contributing reporter on the Today show.

Dylan Brosnan

The son of James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan and television correspondent Keely Shaye Smith,

Dylan Brosnan has been making a name for himself in the modeling and music worlds.

His good looks have landed him modeling contracts with huge names like Saint Laurent Paris and

Burberry.

He also has his own music project, Raspberry Blonde, that's been described as "...delicate

and lovely, in the surf rock tradition of bands like Beach Fossils and Real Estate."

Jack Kilmer

Described by Teen Vogue as "your new favorite indie actor," Jack broke into the film industry

at age 18 with a major role in James Franco's 2013 film Palo Alto.

Jack's father is Val Kilmer, who you'll know from films like Top Gun and Batman Forever,

and his mother is English actress Joanne Whalley.

When it comes to his future, Jack told Huffington Post he sees himself sticking with acting,

saying, "Through this I realized what my parents have been doing their whole lives and I have

like a completely different view of acting and I'm kind of really in love with it.

It's awesome."

Max Irons

The son of actress Sinead Cusack and Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, Max Irons' stunning facial

structure and acting chops have earned him his own impressive on screen resume that includes

films like Red Riding Hood and The Riot Club.

In 2013, Max told the Independent that being the son a superstar like Jeremy Irons "has

its advantages," though at times can be "slightly dispiriting" when people attribute his success

to his family tree rather than his acting skill.

Manolo Gonzalez Vergara

It's no surprise that someone as good-looking as bombshell Sofia Vergara has such a stud

of a son.

By now, you've probably seen the offspring of Vergara and her ex-husband, Joe Gonzalez,

in a Head & Shoulders commercial alongside his mom.

On raising Manolo as a single mom, Vergara told People magazine, "When people compliment

me on him, on how well mannered, how charming, funny and well-behaved he is, it makes all

the sacrifices worthwhile."

In 2015, Manolo graduated from Emerson College in Boston "with the intention of going into

film."

Aside from the commercial with his mom, Manolo produced a Spanish-language YouTube series

called Mi Vida con Toty.

Brandon Thomas Lee

With parents like rocker Tommy Lee and Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson, Brandon Thomas Lee's

good looks come as no surprise.

Brandon is used to flashy Hollywood events and intends to make Hollywood his permanent

home.

A 20-year-old Brandon told W Magazine that his career goals include "in film, to make

art, to make people think, and to do great work with great people."

It seems like his dreams are taking off: Brandon starred in Dolce & Gabbana's 2016 #DGMillenials

campaign.

Jack Quaid

Nope, that's not a young Dennis Quaid.

It's his adorable son, Jack Quaid, who not only looks identical to his famous dad but

is also following in his career footsteps.

Jack, whose mom is Sleepless in Seattle star Meg Ryan, told Interview Magazine that he

has "fond memories of childhood visits to see his parents at work."

Jack is following in his parents' footsteps, having landed his first big acting gig as

Marvel in The Hunger Games.

Cordell Broadus

The son of Snoop Dogg and the iconic rapper's high school sweetheart Shante, Cordell has

been groomed for success since day one.

The subject of the ESPNU's 2015 miniseries Snoop & Son: A Dad's Dream first appeared

in front of cameras at 10 years old in his father's E! show, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood.

According to Yahoo!

Sports, he played football throughout high school and eventually attended UCLA "as a

highly-rated four-star recruit in the 2015 class."

As of 2016, however, Cordell stopped playing football to instead focus on filmmaking.

He told his Instagram followers, "I played football for my father because I thought that

was the only way he would love me & be apart of my life.

It took me 12 years to realize he loves Cordell Broadus the person not Cordell Broadus the

football player."

Aww!

Jordan McGraw

Perhaps the last person we'd think of as having a tattooed musician for a son is TV psychologist

Dr. Phil, but one look at Jordan McGraw and you learn to never assume anything.

He told Australia's The Morning Show that growing up as the son of the famous television

doctor was "the weirdest" in college, as people would sometimes make "flash judgments" when

they found out who he was.

Jordan's professional music career started in 2011 when he formed Stars In Stereo, which

disbanded in 2015.

As of 2016, Jordan is the guitarist and vocalist for Hundred Handed.

Brooklyn Beckham

When it comes to power couples, David and Victoria Beckham are certainly at the top

of the list, and the son of the powerful duo is quickly becoming a Hollywood A-Lister of

his own right.

While his father gained his fame through sport, Brooklyn is taking a different direction,

telling Miss Vogue in 2015, "I love football, but would also love a career in photography."

In fact, his dreams of becoming a photographer have already begun to come true: in 2016,

Burberry chose him to photograph their Brit fragrance campaign.

Scott Eastwood

The love child of Clint Eastwood and flight attendant Jacelyn Reeves, Scott Eastwood has

certainly taken after his father.

Not only does he look almost exactly like his dad, but the younger Eastwood has recently

launched an acting career of his own.

According to The Independent, Scott "landed early supporting roles in Clint's Flags of

Our Fathers, Gran Torino and Invictus but insists he secured each part on merit."

It's hard to disagree, based on his starring role in Nicholas Sparks' 2015 film The Longest

Ride.

Patrick Schwarzenegger

It's possible that Arnold Schwarzenegger's greatest contribution to this world isn't

his role as The Terminator, or even his tenure as California's governor.

It's his handsome son, Patrick, who he had with ex-wife Maria Shriver.

Perhaps best known for his short-lived relationship with Miley Cyrus, Patrick is a USC grad, actor,

and model.

He also co-founded Project360, "a brand that uses fashion as a way to generate awareness

for important global issues."

Way to go, Patrick!

Matthew Lowe

Rob Lowe is arguably the best-looking man to ever walk this earth, and it's so generous

that he decided to share the wealth in the form of offspringeven if son Matthew's

traits strongly favor his mom, makeup artist Sheryl Berkoff.

Though both of his parents have seen great success in Hollywood both in front of the

camera and behind the scenes, Matthew is on a different career trajectory: he graduated

from Duke University in 2016 and is reportedly considering law school, though based on his

Instagram feed, he seems to spend most of his time fishing.

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