Separated at birth

David Hasselhoff has never been one to shy away from the glare of the public eye, be it donning leathers on top of the Berlin wall, rescuing scantily clad beach bunnies or flexing his digitally enhanced pecs in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.



David Hasselhoff has never been one to shy away from the glare of the public eye, be it donning leathers on top of the Berlin wall, rescuing scantily clad beach bunnies or flexing his digitally enhanced pecs in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.

But for Bircham Dyson Bell‘s Robbie Owen, the limelight doth often shine too brightly. Harking back to The Lawyer‘s Hot 100 party at the Royal Exchange a fortnight ago, one of Tulkinghorn’s scribes recalls Bircham’s head of major projects feeling a tad ticklish about seeing his picture in the magazine. “They’ve made me look about 11 years old,” he crowed. “And I looked like The Hoff!”

So now we know what the 11-year-old Hoff looked like. Owen could take a tip from his doppelgänger, who would probably be only too happy to bare his chops on the cover of The Lawyer. Even if it meant singing Jump In My Car butt-naked on top of the Clifford Chance HQ.