If you've done a double-take in Montgomery Village thinking you've recently seen President Obama you may not be alone.
Larry Graves, a Montgomery Village resident, has been working as a professional look-alike for Obama since the president's 2008 election and is in high demand for appearances during inauguration season, The Huffington Post reports.
"It's definitely a busy time," Graves said, according to the report. "Between the campaign season and the inauguration, it's been prime time. Barack Obama is a respectable guy. People want to have him at their parties."
Graves uses the act—complete with a mock-Obama voice and actors serving as Secret Service agents—to supplement his income as a substitute art teacher.
The presidential lookalike averages around $1,100 per appearance, Graves' manager said, according to the report, and Graves has been averaging about two-to-three requests each week before the inauguration.