Gregory Peck took on the role that became inseparable from his career, that of Atticus Finch in “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which earned him an Oscar for Best Actor while inspiring viewers for generations.
While Stephen Peck may have his father’s jawline, he didn’t go pursue showbiz. Rather, he went on to become the president and CEO of the non-profit US Vets.
Robert Pine & Chris Pine
It turns out Chris Pine got his movie-star good looks from his dad, Robert Pine. Younger generations might not know his dad Robert, who was the star of "CHiPs."
Chris was Captain Kirk in the "Star Trek" reboot from 2009 to 2016, Steve Trevor in "Wonder Woman," as well as his starring role in the acclaimed indie drama "Hell Or High Water" which helped solidify his reputation as one of the most compelling actors of his generation.
Ethan Hawke & Levon Thurman-Hawke
Even though Ethan Hawke exhibited star-making potential in movies like "Dead Poets Society" and "Reality Bites," he instead chose to be something of a Renaissance Man, starring in offbeat movies, writing novels, directing indie films, and even forming his own theater company.
Fast-forward to 2020, and his son Levon is set to appear in the fourth season of "Stranger Things."
Bruce Springsteen & Evan Springsteen
One of the famed personalities of rock 'n' roll, Bruce Springsteen created music regarded for its deeply moving portrayal of average people struggling in America.
Bruce Springsteen's oldest son, Evan Springsteen, followed his father's footsteps and also became a musician. Bruce's fellow guitarist offspring even joined him on stage in 2008.
Bob Dylan & Jakob Dylan
Bob Dylan doesn’t need much of an introduction, as the most important figure in the folk music of the past 50 years, but many might not realize that his son, Jakob Dylan, is famous in his own right.
Born into rock royalty, Jakob Dylan first followed in his father's footsteps as the frontman of '90s alt-rock staples The Wallflowers before forging a thriving career as a solo artist.