Damien Fleming (left) is a former Australian bowler, who played first his One-Day International (ODI), against South Africa at Perth in 1994 and in the same year later, made a memorable Test debut against Pakistan at Rawalpindi, where he claimed a hat-trick. A right-arm fast medium, Fleming has played 88 ODIs and 20 Tests and has picked up 134 wickets and 75 wickets respectively.<p></p><p></p>Fleming made a spectacular First-Class debut for Victoria in 1989 against Western Australia, picking six for 37. With consistent performances for Victoria, he got a break in the ODI team in 1994 at home against South Africa and in the same year, scripted his name in gold in Test cricket. He became the third bowler after Maurice Allom and Peter Petherick to claim a hat-trick on Test debut.<p></p><p></p>A fine-swing bowler, Fleming represented his nation in two World Cups and was one of Australia's main players. Injuries hampered his career, forcing him to hang up his in 2003. Following retirement, Fleming was appointed head coach at the Australian Cricket Academy and since then has focussed on theory of Bowlology a set of scientific coaching principles to help developing bowlers.<p></p><p></p>Fleming's doppelganger on the right is Aidan Gillen, an Irish actor best known as Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish in the fantasy drama television series 'Game of Thrones'. Presently, Gillen is the host of 'Other Voices'.<p></p><p></p>Starting his career in a short film The Drip (1985), Gillen is also famous for his roles in movies like The Final Curtain (2002), Shanghai Knights (2003), Trouble with Sex (2006) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012).<p></p><p></p>He has won two Irish Film and Television Awards and has been nominated for a British Academy Television Award.