Woody Harrelson reacts after baby lookalike goes viral… as he writes a POEM to the ‘adorable’ child: ‘I just wish I had your hair’
Woody Harrelson is reacting to a viral photo of an ‘adorable’ child that bares an uncanny resemblance to the actor.
The 61-year-old actor penned a short original poem for his mini-me, who clearly had warmed his heart.
Harrelson first saw the child after her mother Dani Grier Mulvenna noted the similarity in a tweet that set social media ablaze on Friday.
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‘Ok but how does our daughter look like Woody,’ she wrote next to side-by-side photos of her daughter and the three-time Academy Award nominee.
Woody then shared a screenshot of the photo and wrote on Instagram, ‘Ode to Cora-/You’re an adorable child/Flattered to be compared/You have a wonderful smile/I just wish I had your hair @danigriermulvenna.’
Dani was quick to give an ecstatic reply to Harrelson’s follow up post.
Woody Harrelson original: The 61-year-old actor penned a short original poem for a baby that looked almost exactly like him on Twitter (pictured 2019)
Fan for life: ‘You’ve made our day [heart emoji]can’t wait to show her this when she’s older, you have another fan for life xxx,’ the child’s mother wrote
‘You’ve made our day [heart emoji]can’t wait to show her this when she’s older, you have another fan for life xxx,’ she responded.
Several of Harrelson’s famous friends and fans showed their support for Harrelson’s work in the comments section.
Magic Mike actor Alexander Pettyfer typed several laughing emojis into his comment while notable magazine editor Jay Fielden wrote, ‘Luck girl!’
Famous for a long time: Harrelson first rose to public prominence in for his role as Woody Boyd in the beloved television series Cheers (pictured May 2022)
Recent starring role: More recently, he starred in the movie The Man from Toronto alongside Kevin Hart and Kaley Cuoco
Harrelson first rose to public prominence for his role as Woody Boyd in the beloved television series Cheers.
More recently, he starred in the movie The Man from Toronto alongside Kevin Hart and Kaley Cuoco.
Fans will soon be able to see the Texas native as E. Howard Hunt, President Richard Nixon’s aid, in the upcoming series The White House Plumbers.