A quality that may seem like a blessing to many has impacted a man’s love life. Despite looking like Hollywood actor Brad Pitt, Nathan Meads, a 35-year-old floor worker from Oxford, UK, is struggling to find the right date. According to a report from LADbible, Nathan, who also works as a part-time Brad Pitt impersonator, realized his resemblance to the actor at the age of 20 when people started noticing him. Due to this characteristic, Nathan is often harassed by people obsessed with Pitt. But the resemblance didn’t help Nathan much in his love life, as he claimed many women accused him of catfishing. “I’m often hit on by women, some of them can’t believe how much I look like her and others accuse me of cheating,” Nathan said. After trying his hand at dating sites, Nathan said that girls would either mark his profile as fake or continue to harass or message him on all social media platforms. This prompted the field worker to give up dating altogether and delete all of his dating profiles. “I’m still single,” he said.
However, in the quest to find his beloved, Nathan again tried his luck and even dated women, but to no avail. This time it wasn’t just Pitt’s facial features that bothered him, as he claimed that women would be jealous of the time he spends with his two daughters. According to Nathan, his dates were going well until the women asked him to be together on the weekends. She added that she enjoys spending the weekends with her daughters, who are with her after she separated from her mother three and a half years ago.
In addition to his long-suffering love life, Nathan has capitalized on his resemblance to Pitt. Working as an impersonator has helped Nathan party with celebrities like former England defender Rio Ferdinand. Meanwhile, his features also earn him a good income of Rs 25,219 to Rs 50,438 per appearance.
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