They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and in Hollywood those are some pretty gorgeous apples.
Below, we take a look at a dozen celebrity sons who are following in their parent’s footsteps.
Zachary Peck, 24
Zach is the son of model Cheryl Tiegs and the grandson of actor Gregory Peck. With his looks and poise, he could easily make a smash in either field.
Scott Eastwood, 29
The son of Clint Eastwood, Scott took a page from of dad’s book and got into acting—appearing in The Longest Ride and Fury, and is set to star alongside Joseph Gordon Levitt and Shailene Woodley in the Edward Snowden biopic, Snowden, as well as the live-action Suicide Squad movie.
Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, 20
Being the son of actor Daniel Day-Lewis is nothing to balk at, but Gabriel-Kane is forging his own path in music. He’s also fluent in French and began writing music at the age of 9.Getty Images
Brandon Lee, 18
The oldest son of Pamela Anderson and rocker Tommy Lee made headlines when he appeared alongside of his mother at the premiere of The Gunman in 2015. Though he did date Scream star Bella Throne for a bit, Lee prefers to maintain a low profile. He’s deleted his Twitter account and only has one post on Instagram.
John David Washington, 31
The son of Oscar winner Denzel Washington boasts an impressive resumé of his own. After appearing alongside his father in Malcom X, John David went on to set several records on his college football team and was briefly drafted by the St. Louis Rams. He’s combined acting and football in his new role—as Ricky Jerret on HBO’s Ballers.
Dylan Brosnan, 19
The son of former 007 Pierce Brosnan is making waves in the modeling world—having already walked for Saint Laurent, Burberry and other top labels. His mother, Keely Shaye Smith, is an American journalist.
Max Irons, 30
The son of Jeremy Irons has followed in his father’s footsteps, appearing in films like Being Julia, The Riot Club, The White Queen and Woman in Gold alongside Helen Mirren.
Max also finds time to model, and has appeared in spreads for Burberry and Mango.
Trey Smith, 23
Though not as much as a household name as half-siblings Willow and Jaden, Will Smith’s oldest son has been steadily working in the entertainment industry since appearing in his father’s 1998 music video for “Just the Two of Us.” Since then he’s starred in the sitcom All of Us, but is currently exploring his passion for DJing.
Rafferty Law, 19Teen Vogue
Rafferty is the spitting image of his father, Jude Law, and made his runway debut last summer in DKNY’s menswear show. (His mom is the also-genetically blessed actress Sadie Frost.)
When he’s not working the catwalk, Rafferty fronts the band The Dirty Harry’s.
Patrick Schwarzenegger, 22
The son of muscleman actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and TV journalist Maria Shriver is taking every opportunity that comes his way—modeling (in Grown Ups 2 and Scream Queens), modeling (for Ralph Lauren and Armani) and even philanthropy: when he was only 15, he co-founded Project360, a nonprofit using apparel and accessories to generate social awareness of causes like Alzheimer’s Disease, .
Joe Sumner, 39Angela Weiss/Getty Images
Sting’s son followed in his father’s musical footsteps, forming the band Fiction Plane with two of his schoolmates in 2001.
Joe also operates the social-video site Vyclone.
Gabriel Jagger, 18
There’s a lot of Jagger children, so it can be easy to get lost in the mix. But Mick Jagger and Jerri Hall’s youngest son is absolutely adorable, despite keeping a lower profile than the rest of his family.Splash News
That could change when his mom marries multi-gazillionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Jon Adams and Dan Avery contributed to this story