Matthew Scar, Heath Ledger’s lookalike, has recently grown in popularity.
Fans of Heath Ledger have yet to fully accept the fact that the “Joker” actor died in 2008. However, they reportedly see a “ghost” whenever they see Matthew Scar, a 30-year-old content creator, both online and offline.
Scar, who resembles the late actor, was featured on NeedToKnow.Online. He revealed that he was unaware of his resemblance to Ledger until a girl approached him ten years ago and informed him of his counterpart.
His looks also helped him land a role in “Fatal Addiction,” and he has over 69,000 TikTok followers.
He told the news outlet:
“I simply got a call from a look-alikes agency, and they asked if I wanted to play as Heath for a movie. I am glad that, thanks to Heath, I’ve had the opportunity to be on a movie set, and sometimes it feels like I’ve been able to do stuff thanks to him, even if we’ve never met.”
His followers compliment him on his TikTok videos, saying he looks exactly like the late rapper. He even saw a comment that said he resembled Heath Ledger more than the actor himself.
There had been rumors that Ledger was still alive before Scar wowed everyone with his resemblance to him.
Tony Kanal, Gwen Stefani’s bandmate, faced security issues earlier this year when a man trespassed on his home. The man, George Leonardopoulos, claimed that Ledger was still in the house and demanded that the family let him into their garage to “wake” the actor.
Kanal purchased the actor’s home from him in 2005, just before his death. The member of No Doubt has since obtained a temporary restraining order against Leonardopoulos.
Ledger passed away in January 2008. His housekeeper discovered him unconscious at the time, prompting her to dial Mary-Kate Olsen instead of 911. Because the actress was in California, she dispatched a private security guard to the New York City apartment.
The housekeeper then called 911 to report that the actor was not breathing. Despite CPR attempts, he died due to a toxic cocktail of prescription medications.
The medical examiner’s office in New York City confirmed his death, stating that the acute intoxication was caused by a combination of alprazolam, doxylamine, hydrocodone, temazepam, oxycodone, and diazepam.