Luke Ronchi (left) is a New Zealand wicketkeeper and is the only cricketer to have represented the island country as well as their Trans-Tasman neighbours Australia. He made his One-Day International (ODI) debut for Australia against West Indies at St George's in 2008 and first played for New Zealand in 2013.<p></p><p></p>Ronchi debuted for Western Australia (WA) in 2002 and after Ryan Campbell's retirement in 2006, he went on to establish himself as the first-choice wicketkeeper for WA. A brilliant wicketkeeper and a hard-hitting batsman, Ronchi got a chance to make his international debut when Brad Haddin broke his finger. By the end of 2008-09, he experienced dip in his form which eventually saw him getting dropped from Western Australia team.<p></p><p></p>At the end of 2011-12, Ronchi decided to give a shot in New Zealand and succeeded in 2013, when he played his maiden ODI for the Kiwis against England. After donning the New Zealand cap, Ronchi became the first player to represent both Australia and New Zealand at international level.<p></p><p></p>In the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), Ronchi played for Mumbai Indians (MI).<p></p><p></p>Ronchi's doppelganger on the right is Simon Helberg, an American actor and comedian famous for his as Howard Wolowitz in the sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory'. Making his debut in 1999 with Mumford, Helberg has acted in a lot of Hollywood movies which includes Van Wilder, A Cindrella Story, the TV Set, Evan Almighty etc.<p></p><p></p>The 34-year old actor is also known for his role in comedy series MADtv and Joss Whedon's web miniseries Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.