Check out my phone call into the Mark in the Morning Show, as I talked with them using my Bill Clinton impression live on the air of 100.3 The Sound in Los Angeles:
Former President Bill Clinton gave a very personal account of his wife in many different respects on night #2 of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. For me, his keynote speech was yet another chance to study the man I've been studying for the last 24 years. Watching hours and hours of footage and listening to every small detail of his speech, delivery, enunciation, dialect, articulation, and everything else that goes into learning how to do an impression of someone. It's not something you arrive at one day and you're done. I think voice impressions evolve over time, just like Bill Clinton has evolved for me. His voice is older now, and so is mine, so we've kind of grown together in that respect. It has been a long journey, but when it comes to doing voice impressions, I really believe that you can never stop getting better!
Here's a video that showcases some of the people i've gotten to do my Bill Clinton impression for on the air during my time with Mojo in the Morning in Detroit:
And here's probably my most favorite encounter with a celebrity as I performed my Bill Clinton impersonation: Speaking with the first Female Nominee for President of the United States, Hillary Clinton: