Rich Little Biography
Birthday: November 26, 1938 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Rich Little, nicknamed, ‘the man of a thousand voices’, is a Canadian–American impressionist and voice actor. Widely known as one of the icon of impressions, he carved a niche for himself, ruling the industry for over four decades. Born to a doctor father, he started performing at a professional level, only when he was a teenager. He exuded raw charisma everywhere he went and was quite popular in the nightclubs circuit, where his career, initially kicked-off. Monitoring and studying the voice of stars like James Stewart, Johnny Carson, Don Rickles, Dean Martin, Truman Capote and George Burns, Little soon grew to earn the title of one of the "the best impressionists in the world”. The fierce competition he faced from fellow impressionist, Frank Gorshin enabled him to perfect his art even further, thus helping him overpower his competitors. Instead of restricting his talent to impressionism, he also made his mark in television as a narrator of stories and appeared as a host in several talk-shows. His sheer talent was widely acknowledged and he was asked to host the 2007 White House Correspondents' Association dinner, which earned him praise from the-then American president, George W. Bush. Scroll further to learn more about this intriguing personality.