Will Reeve, the youngest son of Superman actor Christopher Reeve, attended the annual fundraising gala for the nonprofit established in his parents' names on Thursday.
And Will, 25, bore a striking resemblance to his famous father with the same chiseled jawline and dark hair.
Christopher Reeve died in 2004 at the age of 52 after spending the last nine of his years paralyzed from the neck down as the result of a horse-riding accident.
His father's son: Will Reeve, the youngest son of Superman actor Christopher Reeve, bore a striking resemblance to his famous dad as he attended a fundraising gala on Thursday
Before he passed away, the Hollywood star established the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation to support the search for treatment and ultimately a cure for spinal cord injury.
Following the lung cancer death of his wife, and Will's mother, Dana in 2006 at the age of 44, the charity was renamed the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
A Magical Evening, held in New York Thursday, is the foundation's biggest fundraiser and this year it was hosted by actor Jerry O'Connell with guests including Glenn Close.
Also joining Will at the event was his older half-brother Matthew Reeve, 37. Matthew and his sister Alexandra are the children of Christopher and his longtime partner Gae Exton.