Swedish doppelgänger
The actor best known for his role in "Titanic" turns 41 today, Nov. 11. Leonardo DiCaprio has had many critically acclaimed roles since (and before) that 1997 film, but it’s his clean shaven look from then that is making the world do a double-take: because it could just as easily be Konrad Annerud. This 21-year-old bartender, model and musician from Linköping, Sweden could be DiCaprio’s identical twin. Their resemblance has made Annerud a social media sensation, easily confusing the public as Annerud gets mistaken for a young DiCaprio — which Annerud appears to be taking in stride, acknowledging that the star is handsome and it’s fun looking like the famous actor, though it can be a nuisance, too. Even though he’s nearly half DiCaprio’s age, fans can’t tell the difference and "It’s much worse when I am abroad," Annerud told daily Dagens Nyheter. "When I was in Italy last summer, I kind of felt like I wanted to shave off my hair. It was chaos. People shouted 'Leo!' and wanted to take pictures all the time. It was the craziest thing I ever experienced." The real DiCaprio has yet to comment on his look-alike.

Another award for Zlatan
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who turned 34 in October, shows no sign of slowing down, and on Nov. 9 he claimed Sweden's prestigious Golden Ball award at the country's biggest annual soccer gala. The soccer star showed unusual emotion as he accepted the Golden Ball — his tenth. "You can not describe this feeling, the joy and all that I go through," he said. "Many thanks to all who have followed me since day one." Sweden's all-time top striker was honored along with the ladies' Diamond Ball award winner, Swedish goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl, at the gala in Stockholm. No one knows whether Ibrahimovic will earn an 11th such award next year, but his current contract expires in the summer, and growing evidence shows that he may be in the U.S. after that. Maybe he’ll purchase Chris O’Neill’s royal villa that’s now on the market in Palm Beach, Florida.