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ShanMan14 said:
That guy is good... eerily good...
When the vids are playing if you right click and go to properties, you can get the direct link. Just save the file to your harddrive and you can play it fullscreen.

I've become addicted, I watch those at least 5 times per day. :rofl: "The other day about a year ago I was in China, having lunch. With the Premier. When half way through he leaned over and looked right at me and said, 'Hey George, it's me, Dick.'" :rofl:
 

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Yep it is...

Bridges is a master impressionist who recently developed an amazingly accurate characterization of President George W. Bush. His “Bush” voice is so good it inspired Academy Award-winning prosthetic makeup artist Kevin Haney (Driving Miss Daisy) to create a perfect ”George W. Bush” appearance to match.

The uncanny result already has been featured on a variety of national stages including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC), Judy Woodruff’s Inside Politics (CNN) Goodmorning America (ABC), Fox News with Brit Hume (Fox), Hannity and Colmes (Fox) and The Early Show (CBS). “Mr. President” has shared the spotlight with Washington DC insiders like political consultant James Carville, former Senator Bill Bradley, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and former CNN Washington Bureau Chief, Frank Sesno.

His repertoire encompasses over 200 personalities, from broadcasters Tom Brokaw, Paul Harvey and Rush Limbaugh to past presidents and vice presidents such as Bill Clinton and Al Gore to TV characters like Barney Fife, Homer Simpson and the ever-popular Mr. Haney from Green Acres. What makes Bridges such a standout? Not only does he accurately voice these and other characters, but he can switch instantly from one to another, creating actual conversations!

A member of SAG/AFTRA, Bridges’ extensive training includes work at the famed Groundlings in LA as well as private classes with some of the best comic trainers in the business.

Known for his hilarious, clean routines, Bridges has appeared on many prime time shows including ER (NBC), The District (CBS) and JAG (CBS). His radio credits include guest appearances on KABC and K EARTH 101 (Los Angeles), NBC Mutual Radio (Nationwide) and even the venerable BBC.
 
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