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Legendary comedian and impressionist Rich Little returns to the Las Vegas stage with his one-man comedy and impersonation show, "Rich Little Live" at the Tropicana. The show features Little's impressions of a collection of celebrity voices including George Burns, Ronald Reagan, Frank Sinatra, John Wayne and more. Together the voices take audiences on a hilarious journey during Little's unique autobiographical show.
After getting his start in the entertainment business when friend Mel Torme gave his tape to CBS in which he mimicked Fred MacMurray, Dana Andrews, James Mason and Van Heflin, Little found himself in star company - with appearances on "The Judy Garland Show," "Laugh In" and the "John Davidson Summer Show." He later became a household name as a regular on "Hollywood Squares." Little also had his own variety show in the '70s and was a guest host on "The Tonight Show" 12 times.
Besides politicians, if you attend a Little show, you might hear the voices of Edith Bunker, Kermit the Frog, Robin Leach, the Bundys of "Married with Children," Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Jay Leno or Robin Williams.
Little's expert impressions are so well-known and so well-respected that he has stepped in for stars who were unable to do their own dubbings on soundtracks. David Niven's vocal cords were gone due to illness in his last film, "Curse of the Pink Panther." "Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer," TV series needed voice-over narrations on three shows when star Stacey Keach was in an English prison. Little was called in to finish the job. He also did Gene Kelly for a Christmas Special when Kelly lost his voice.
With spot-on impressions, jokes and stories that span his 50-year career, don't miss out on an evening of pure entertainment when Rich Little takes Las Vegas during his limited-time engagement this summer.