As you might imagine, having a twin sister who happens to be a Hollywood A-lister comes with certain advantages. Hunter, who is three minutes younger than Scarlett, once told People magazine, "She tells me how girls think. When I'm stuck, I call. She's set me up on dates. It wasn't with anybody famous. It was with some school friends -- all very beautiful, wonderful girls."
Hunter stays out of the public eye for the most part. He and Scarlett grew up in New York City's Greenwich Village and attended P.S. 41. Hunter worked as a campaign organizer for President Obama during his 2008 campaign and is also involved in the president's re-election bid.
Astute followers of all things pop culture may remember that the lovely Ms. Scarlett caused a bit of a stir when she said that she and Obama were email buddies while he was running for president.
It would seem both the Johanssons are still dedicated fans. The Runway to Win fashion event was set up to raise money for Obama's re-election campaign. Shirts and merchandise, like canvas tote bags, were up for sale. Proceeds went to the Obama for America organization.
Also in attendance: Vera Wang, Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, and supermodel Karolina Kurkova.
See ScarJo in this spot for "The Avengers":