Chris Elliott is a loved actor whose characters usually provide comic relief, so viewers usually know they’re in for a laugh when he appears. Luckily for her, Chris Elliott’s daughter, Abby Elliott, inherited his sense of humor. She, too, is a comedian and was a “Saturday Night Live” cast member from 2008-2012.
Lorne Michaels, the creator and producer of SNL, has had a long relationship with the Elliots. Abby’s Grandfather, Bob Elliott, was an SNL cast member in 1978, as well as her father, Chris, between 1994 and 1995.
Chad McQueen & Steven R. McQueen
Chad McQueen is best known for his role in The Karate Kid movie franchise. Besides being an actor and producer, Chad is also a gifted martial artist AND a race car driver.
Steven R. McQueen is Chad's son and the grandson of legendary actor Steve McQueen and Spanish-American dancer Neile Adams. Fun fact: Steven and Enrique Iglesias Jr. are second cousins! Is there anyone in the family who isn't talented?
John Aniston & Jennifer Aniston
The late John Aniston was a Greek-American actor who played our favorite villain, Victor Kiriakis, on the daytime soap opera, "Days of Our Lives." Aniston played his character on the soap opera since July 1985.
He and his ex-wife, Nancy Dow, also an American actress and model, were the parents of the ever-so-fabulous Jennifer Aniston. Fun fact: John Aniston changed his last name from, Anastasakis to Aniston when he immigrated to America from Greece.
Quincy Jones, Rashida Jones & Peggy Lipton
Quincy Jones, with a career spanning over 60 years, has over 80 Grammy nominations and 27 Grammy awards. He's the producer and composer behind some of the hits and artists that have changed music completely.
Talented actress and writer Rashida Jones has two famous parents. Her father is Quincy Jones, the legendary music producer credited with inventing the Motown sound. Rashida’s mother is model, TV, and film actress Peggy Lipton.
Gal Gadot & Alma Varsano
Gal Gadot used to be one of those low-key actresses that we 'slept on' until she blew up in our faces. Ever since DC's Wonder Woman was released, her career has been on fire! Gal Gadot once said in an interview “Alma, I’ll tell you, she’s the best thing that ever happened to me.”
Fun Fact: little Alma also "starred" in some "Wonder Woman" scenes. Gal was already pregnant during the filming of the movie, and many scenes were manipulated with special effects to hide her baby bump.