Michael Wolff & Mike Myers in Sheep’s Clothing


As much as I don’t want to go “full Goldbug” I have to suspect there could be some “cheeky monkey” business going on here!

Seriously, the voice is a very close match as well. Listen to Myers in this interview from last year:

And compare it to the recent Today Show interview with Michael Wolff (Michael Myers in sheep’s clothing?):

Could “Michael Wolff” be a real-life person who looks similar enough to Mike Myers that he is currently being “played” by him as part of an elaborate media prank? I dunno, either that or we are being sneakily manipulated into thinking it’s possible that he is!

It seems I’m not the only one who’s noticed the similarity, judging from these two reddit threads:



In recent weeks, I noticed a couple “Sponsored news stories” pop up on Yahoo and other places offering click bait links with the headline “The Real Reason Why Hollywood Stopped Casting Mike Myers.” Here’s a video on the subject from back in February:

And searching “whatever happened to Mike Myers,” I see there have been some relatively recent articles about this:




With this one having a particularly suggestive headline:

Mike Myers Returns to the Spotlight in the Weirdest Way Possible: The comedian has resurfaced for one of his strangest concept projects to date.


I still don’t really know what to think of all of this but I really doubt it’s all a coincidence. I’ll have to look more into this “Michael Wolff” character and see if there are any more Mike Meyers connections. YIKES, BABY!


3 thoughts on “Michael Wolff & Mike Myers in Sheep’s Clothing

  1. rolleikin January 13, 2018 / 11:53 am

    I can’t help thinking of Andy Kaufman here though I’m not sure what to make of that.

    Those who think as we do always assume some sort of ulterior motive in these sorts of things so I assume this “identity bending” must have some purpose.

    I have long suspected that celebrity identify shenanigans in one form or another have been going on for quite a long time, since at least the 1960s. I no longer assume a particular celeb is the same person they once were — literally. There are many examples. In some cases a comparison of current and early photographs shows two people that look nothing like each other but few people seem to notice or just brush it off as something cosmetic. Spooks like Goldbug work to muddy the waters in this area but I do believe that real celebrity swicheroos do take place.

    I can see where it would be advantageous to our controllers to be able to replace a celeb when the need arises. Perhaps this Mike Myers thing serves to assist that sort of thing by blurring the public’s perception of identity. Just a guess.


    • Terran Downvale January 13, 2018 / 12:48 pm

      I’m glad you mentioned Andy Kaufman because I’ve recently seen something else in the media that makes me wonder if they may start putting “identity blending” out there in a more blatant way. I haven’t seen the movie The Disaster Artist or the movie The Room upon which it’s based, but I have seen clips from both and a couple talk show appearances by James Franco and the guy he’s playing (Tommy Wiseau). Again, I sense a “prankster” vibe going on similar to Kaufman’s shenanigans with his alter-ego Tony Clifton. I’m not saying they’re twins or clones or anything, lol. But Wiseau does have a similar strange “in disguise” appearance to this Michael Wolff character and it could be intentional. And there is an uncanny resemblance between Franco and Wiseau that I haven’t actually heard mentioned before in any articles or interviews. Obviously they’re not identical or even very similar looking to most people’s eyes. But to mine, there is a definite strange visual connection between the two. And it does seem like they are playing with this idea of identity blending in some way. Most recently in Franco’s acceptance speech at the Golden Globes. So maybe something similar is going on with Wolff and Myers? There could be some similar name-play going on, too. Michael and Mike, Franc-o and Wise-o. Ugh, I dunno!


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