If you’ve been wondering why everyone on TV at the moment looks so damn familiar, you’re not losing your mind.
You just have to look to the catwalks or the biggest shows on TV right now to see many a familiar face. Many of whom are the offspring of actors who made their names in a specific decade.
The age of choker necklaces and Dr Martens: The 90s.
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Here are seven up-and-coming celebs who were born to be famous, with parents whose careers kicked off in the 90s.
Margaret Qualley – Andie MacDowell and Paul Qualley.
Like her mum, St. Elmo's Fire star, Andie MacDowell, Margaret Qualley has also caught the acting bug.
Initially the 24-year-old trained as a ballerina, however she decided to quit at 16, leaving her apprenticeship with the North Carolina Dance Theater company. From then, she switched her focus to acting, and attended a summer program at London's famous Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, which also counts Tom Hiddleston, Gemma Arterton and Phoebe Waller-Bridge among its alumni. Also #blessed with her mum's striking bone structure, Qualley has built up quite the modelling resume, having fronted brands like Chanel, Valentino and Alberta Ferretti, and appearing in the pages of Vogue, Teen Vogue and Vanity Fair.
Most recently, Qualley played the role of Manson Family member, Pussycat, in Quentin Tarantino's epic Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and she's also starred in Netflix's IO and starred alongside Kristen Stewart and Jack O'Connell, in the upcoming film Seberg.