Impersonators in New Jersey
Photo opps, meet and greets, and hobnobbing with the rich and famous- ummmm yes! Until your crew is filled with the real deal, hire all types of impersonators on Special Guest and make your next party sizzle.
Jim BaroneA Tribute to Elvis Through The Years
Atlantic City, NJ
Jim Barone is an award-winning Elvis tribute artist who captures the image and sound of Elvis Presley, and re-creates the excitement that “The King” generated in his live performances. Elvis fans from around the world have often commented on how authentic and heart-felt Jim’s performances are. Top quality vocals, high energy, and unmistakable signature moves makes Jim one of the top tribute artists in the world.
Jeff DehartComedian and Impressionist
Atlantic City, NJ
Jeff DeHart is an Emmy Award-Winning comedian and impressionist who blends in many of his over 130 impressions and his original songs with his hilarious stand -up. He has performed his act at comedy clubs all over the country, as well as Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Reno, and Atlantic City, where he starred in shows with Merv Griffin and Louise DuArt. Jeff starred as Johnny Carson in a Tonight Show tribute show produced by Allen Valentine, who also produces the Borgata Casino show called “Burlesque”. He has even had the honor of having performed in Carnegie Hall. Jeff is nationally known for his uncanny impression of Rod Serling from The Twilight Zone, which he's done on national commercials for Airborne Courier, as well as the Parker Brothers games "Boggle" and "Quebert". You may also see Jeff doing his fabulous impression of Ed Sullivan working in "A Really Big Shew" or with the Beatle Tribute band, The Fab Four. Jeff has also appeared in several films as well as countless tv shows, such as "Evening At The Improv", HBO and Showtime. Jeff can be seen as Richard Nixon in the new upcoming Martin Scorcese film, “The Irishman”, starring Robert De Nero, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. Some of Jeff’s look-alike impersonations include Ed Sullivan, Rod Serling, Johnny Carson, Lt. Columbo, Jack Nicholson, George Burns, Richard Nixon and Groucho Marx.