Controversial adult film star actress Stormy Daniels recently revealed the composite sketch of the man who allegedly threatened her over her supposed sexual trysts with Donald Trump. The United States President took to Twitter to condemn Daniels, calling her “a total con job.” Trump also questioned the existence of the mystery man while throwing shade at the media.

When Stormy Daniels, born Stephanie Clifford, was interviewed on “60 Minutes,” she revealed that a man told her years ago to never talk about her alleged sexual relationship with Donald Trump.

The mystery man supposedly approached the actress in a parking lot in 2011 and told her to “leave Trump alone” and to “forget the story.” The man then purportedly looked at her daughter and told Daniels that “it would be a shame if something happened to her mom.”

Stormy Daniels reveals composite sketch

The anonymous man in question now has a face. Daniels went on “The View” on Tuesday and showed a sketch of the man.

The following morning, Trump tweeted, “A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News media for Fools (but they know it)!”

The composite sketch, done by an artist named Lois Gibson, describes the thug as a white male in his 30s or 40s, who stands between 5’9 to 6 feet and was “lean but fit.” Michael Avenatti, Daniels’ lawyer, is now offering $131,000 to anyone who can provide information regarding the identification of the man who threatened Daniels and her daughter.

Mystery man's celebrity look-alikes

Interestingly, the man in the sketch resembles some popular personalities and people were quick to point out his celebrity look-alikes on social media. “Apparently the man who threatened Stormy Daniels has several Super Bowl rings and goes by the alias “Tom Brady,” Twitter user The Hoarse Whisperer said.

Another thought the man looked more like veteran actor Willem Dafoe.

Other celebrities who were compared to the composite sketch include actors Matt Damon, Henry Cavill, Michael C. Hall, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, music legends Kurt Cobain and Jon Bon Jovi, and former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci.

“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill tweeted a photo of himself beside the sketch of the mystery man and joked that he has “an alibi for that day.” Actor Kato Kaelin also denied it was him in the sketch since he has “more highlights” than the man who threatened Stormy Daniels.

Some people dug a little deeper and looked at the people working for Donald Trump. They discovered that one of his employees looked a bit like the attacker. These Twitter users even posted a photo of Michael Calamari, Director of Security for the Trump Organization, beside the artist's sketch to prove their point.

Stormy Daniels' attacker looks like her husband

Even more interesting is the uncanny resemblance of Brendon Miller, also known as Glendon Crain, to the composite sketch. Miller just happens to be Stormy Daniels’ husband. Trump even retweeted a post which showed the composite sketch beside a photo of Daniels and Miller, showing the resemblance between the two men.

After Donald Trump accused Stormy Daniels of being “a total con job,” her lawyer tweeted that the president is a “completely unhinged, undisciplined opponent who is prone to shooting himself in the foot.”