Nov 052013
Impressions About A Screwdriver

Jake Foushee is the young voice actor with the really deep voice who went viral over a year ago with his impressive movie trailer guy voice impression.

That video stands with over 1.9 million views

Now, he’s joined Our Pizza Gang, and recently made this video performing famous voice impersonations discussing a screwdriver.  


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Oct 132013
Benedict Cumberbatch And Jimmy Fallon Imitate Alan Rickman

English actor Alan Rickman has a voice and sound few can compete with. 

While Benedict Cumberbatch visited Jimmy Fallon on his Late Night, Jim challenged Benedict to a so called “Alan Rickman-off.”

The two recited hip hop lyrics in their best Alan Rickman voice, and the web is loving it! Over the weekend, the clip has amassed over 400,000 views

Who do you think won?


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Oct 082013
Jimmy Fallon And Paul McCartney Switch Accents

Jimmy Fallon is back online with this silly and humorous short clip including Beatle famous Paul McCartney.

After accidentally bumping into each other in the hallway, the two temporarily switched accents

Naturally, Jimmy went to town with his cool new British accent, trying out “Spongebob Squarepants,” and “Here comes Honey Boo-Boo.”


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Oct 082013
David Brent Performs Arnold Schwarzenegger Impression

Of all the famous celebrities to impersonate, the Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the most common to cover. It’s almost obligatory for an impressionist to cover the world famous body builder with the one of a kind accent.  

Backstage at the recent Brantford Comedy Festival, Matt Joniec captured one of the best impressions of Arnold yet by David Andrew Brent

For once, the impression wasn’t over done and butchered as it usually is, and he didn’t even include one “Arrggghhh!”


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Sep 252013
Jim Carrey Retells His Father’s Bedtime Story On Ellen

Comedian and actor Jim Carrey was the celebrity guest on The Ellen Show recently, and as expected, had the audience rolling in the aisles. 

After going over his new children’s book with Ellen, Jim explained that his inspiration came from his father who used to tell the best bedtime stories. 

He then retold one of his favorites as a child in the same manner his dad would tell it. 

“No wonder he turned out so animated!”


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