Rich Little Impersonates Last 37 Living People Who Sound Vaguely Like Johnny Carson, Dick Nixon
The New Yorker gives us a brief sketch of the man who'll bring us this year's White House Correspondents Association dinner entertainment, the not-dead-yet Rich Little. Little, who has been on TV approximately twice since the '70s ended, promises to entertain and amuse everyone who remembers what Dwight Eisenhower's voice sounded like.
His Web site features a hundred and sixty-three impersonations, including those of eight cartoon characters, three Muppets, and a hundred and fifteen people who are dead.
Wouldn't it be great if Little just did an impersonation of Stephen Colbert giving a funny speech?