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PHOTOS: Celebrity Dads

PHOTOS: Celebrity Dads

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY: Actor Mark Wahlberg, center, with his sons Brendan Wahlberg, left, and Michael Walberg, right, attends the New York premiere of "Lone Survivor" on Tuesday, Dec. 3, in New York. Photo: Associated Press, WENN/Andy Kropa/Invision

In honor of Father’s Day, we salute these famous dads.

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Ozzy Osbourne with daughter Kelly

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Orlando Bloom with son Flynn

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Ben Affleck with daughters Seraphina (left), and Violet

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Hugh Jackman with daughter Ava

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David Beckham with sons Cruz (left), and Romeo

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Jim Carrey and daughter Jane

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Billy Ray Cyrus, and his (also famous) daughter, Miley

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Jamie Foxx and his daughter Annalise

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Arnold Schwarzenegger and his daughter Christina

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Will Smith and his son Jaden

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