Rich Little

Rich Little

Highest Rated: 90% Carol Channing: Larger Than Life (2012)

Lowest Rated: 29% Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)

Birthday: Nov 26, 1938

Birthplace: Not Available

Despite being an avid pre-'60s movie buff, Canadian born comedian/actor/singer (both in film and on-stage) Rich Little is known best for his vast repertoire of uncanny celebrity impressions. Little began his career at an early age; at 12 years old, he had taken to answering his teachers in their own voices. After spending time working as a disc jockey, Little was hired to impersonate Elvis Presley for an afternoon television program as part of an April Fool's joke, and successfully convinced hundreds of Elvis fans that their idol was at a local TV station. In 1963, Little was discovered in the United States by Mel Tormé, who asked him to audition for CBS's Judy Garland Show -- allegedly, Garland was immediately impressed and personally requested Little's presence on the show. Before long, Little starred in many a variety show and worked with the likes of Ed Sullivan, Jackie Gleason, Mike Douglas, and Dean Martin. Little would go on to host a Christmas special in 1978, contribute his voice to various animated series, and even star in John DeBello's 1987 spy comedy Happy Hour, which follows Little and Jamie Farr's plight to put an end to the corporate machinations of two rival beer companies. In 1988, Little took the reins for Rich Little: One's a Crowd, a one-man show which featured some of his best celebrity impressions, and offered tips on how to cheat at golf in Rich Little: Little Scams on Golf (1991). After lending his vocal chords to 1992's Bebe's Kids, Little played Johnny Carson in The Late Shift (1996), a made-for-cable docudrama chronicling the battle between Jay Leno and David Letterman, who both hoped to take over Johnny Carson's role as the king of late night television. In 2002, Little impressively portrayed every president of the United States between 1960 and 2002 -- not to mention Billy Carter, James Carville, Robert Kennedy, Jimmy Stewart, Henry Kissinger, and Walter Cronkite -- for Richard Little Staring in the Presidents (2002). Though the impressionist complains that today's "vanilla" entertainment icons don't have distinct enough voices, he continues to make jaws drop impersonating on the Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and New York show circuit.

Highest Rated Movies



31% Grudge Match Boxing Announcer $14.9M 2013
90% Carol Channing: Larger Than Life Rich Little $16K 2012
No Score Yet Precious Moments: Who's Who at the Zoo? Actor 2009
No Score Yet Futurama: Bender's Game Himself 2008
No Score Yet Goodnight, We Love You: The Life and Legend of Phyllis Diller Actor 2004
No Score Yet Now That's Funny Actor 2004
No Score Yet Rich Little - The Presidents Actor 2002
No Score Yet Rich Little: The Presidents Actor 2002
No Score Yet The The Judge 2000
No Score Yet The Late Shift Johnny Carson 1996
30% Bebe's Kids Richard Nixon 1992
No Score Yet Rich Little: Little Scams on Golf Actor 1991
No Score Yet Rich Little: One's a Crowd Actor 1988
No Score Yet Happy Hour Mr. X/Roger Fudmunger/'Scooter' Johnson 1987
56% One Crazy Summer Disc Jockey 1986
77% Better Off Dead Actor 1985
No Score Yet The Raccoons and the Lost Star Actor 1984
29% Curse of the Pink Panther Voice of Sir Charles Litton 1983
No Score Yet Starfest Actor 1983
No Score Yet Starfest - The Stars Salute Public TV Actor 1983
No Score Yet Rich Little's Robin Hood Actor 1982
No Score Yet Dirty Tricks Robert Brennan 1981
No Score Yet Rich Little's Christmas Carol Actor 1978
No Score Yet Another Nice Mess Actor 1972
No Score Yet The Phynx Voice in the Box in Box 1970


No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Guest 2010
No Score Yet Last Comic Standing
Panelist 2004
95% Futurama
Voice 2000
No Score Yet ALF
Himself 1988
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Barney Mapost 1988
No Score Yet CHiPs
Comic-Book Creator 1983
100% The Muppet Show
Guest 1977
No Score Yet The Flip Wilson Show
Guest 1973
No Score Yet The Beverly Hillbillies
Himself 1970


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