Master Impersonator | Comedian
Infamous for his skewing of political figures, Rich Little has charmed, amused, annoyed, and lampooned politicians around the world. Known as “The Man of a Thousand Voices,” Little’s repertoire of impressions is almost endless, earning him howls of laughter from whatever audience he is entertaining.
A 12-time host of The Tonight Show, Little has also appeared on Ed Sullivan, Laugh-In, The John Davidson Summer Show, The Julie Andrews Show, Hollywood Squares, The Young and the Restless, Fantasy Island, Chips, Murder She Wrote, Hawaii Five-O, MacGyver, Police Woman, and Mannix.
Over the years, Little has been active with children’s charities and he was co-host of the Canadian division of the Children’s Miracle Network. He was inducted into the Miami Children’s Hospital International Pediatrics Hall of Fame for his tireless efforts in fundraising on behalf of children.
Little was named “Comedy Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists and, in 1998, added his star to the Canadian Walk of Fame to go along with his current star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.