By common consensus Meryl Streep looks spookily similar to love-her-or-loathe-her ex-PM Margaret Thatcher in new film 'The Iron Lady'. That hair, the poised expression, the power suits — it's jolly convincing.
However the rest of the cast are something of a mixed bag when it comes to looking like their real life counterparts.
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First up the dead ringers. Besides Streep as Maggie, Michael Pennington is the only actor to look eerily like his character: left-wing Labour leader Michael Foot. Pennington is a regular on British TV, and had a minor role in 'Return of the Jedi' apparently.
Jim Broadbent's had mixed reviews for his take on Dennis Thatcher, but he does look similar-ish to Maggie's late hubby. Some critics reckon his take on the character veered into 'Dear Bill' territory.
Roger Allam —the go-to-man if you want a slightly slimy Tory after playing Peter Mannion in 'The Thick of It' — also shares a decent resemblance to political strategist Gordon Reece. It's the ice cream hair that does it.
Period drama specialist Julian Wadham (he's shown up in 'Marple', 'Foyle's War' and 'Poirot' in recent years) does a decent job impersonating Francis Pym, the rebel minister who led the 'Wets' during the Thatcher years.
Even though he has a narrow-er face, TV stalwart Nicholas Farrell also cuts a familiar dash as Airey Neave, the hero-soldier-turned politician who was assassinated by the IRA in 1979.
It seems the more famous the actor however, the less the resemblance (with the exception of Streep obviously).
Anthony Head, of 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and Nescafe ad fame, looks nothing like deputy PM Geoffrey Howe, who's resignation speech slamming Thatcher help bring about her downfall in 1990. He plays a great schemer though.
Even stranger is Olivia Colman as Carol Thatcher. 'The Peep Show' star doesn't really resemble the journalist-turned 'I'm a Celeb' contestant, even with that weird blonde wig (at least we assume it's a wig).
Finally Michael Heseltine, who helped oust Thatcher after standing against her in a leadership election. He's played by, err, Richard E. Grant — hardly a dead ringer despite the hair.
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