Rich Little is one of the greatest impressionists of our time. From Cary Grant to John Wayne to 10 presidents and more than 186 other major stars, he can do it all. His incredible career has spanned more than 50 years, with appearances on shows like “The Ed Sullivan Show,” “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In,” and many, many appearances on “The Tonight Show.”
Rich talks about the era gone by of comedians and how he ended up doing a one-man show on his friend Jimmy Stewart, which is currently touring the country and even heading to Broadway in 2014.
Rich shares stories of some of his famous friends, including the very unexpected impersonation he helped President Ronald Reagan practice for President Gorbochev.
Plus, he explains why and how he keeps updated on today’s stars, even giving us a sneak preview of his new “Breaking Bad” impersonations.
Rich also discusses one of the greatest series ever and explains why it’s now available on DVD for the first time. The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts featured some of the greatest comedians of all time like Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jackie Gleason, and, of course, Rich. Click here to learn more.