15 Gorgeous Non-Showbiz Brothers Of Filipino Celebrities

15 Gorgeous Non-Showbiz Brothers Of Filipino Celebrities

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It’s a no-brainer that celebrities are undeniably good-looking, that is one of the biggest factors why fans go crazy over them. But if a personality posseses killer looks, their relatives won’t be far off the ‘artistahin’ blood. With DNA that screams naturally flawless skin, cute dimples or to-die-for jawlines, her are fifteen non-showbiz brothers of local celebrities that are just as good-looking as their sibling:

1. Ken Anderson

There’s no denying that Ken Anderson looks a lot like his brother Gerald Anderson. At certain angles, he could easily be mistaken for Gerald. This Anderson however has chosen to focus on athletics. He’s also into traveling and snorkelling.

 

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