Choreograph and Direct a great, memorable music number into your film. This astonishing sequence from Herbert Ross' Pennies from Heaven (1981) the last great Hollywood musical starring Steve Martin always leaves me gasping like Bernadette Peters. Any genre with a musical number can take your film into another realm. Of course just lip-sync if you have to...
Men are celebrating the advent of Viagra, and their wives kind of seem excited, too.
World Famous impressionist from Ireland, Rafael Nathan, does over 30 impressions of celebrities about to fight in this home video requested by fans.
Christopher Walken appears on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
Sept 26, 2006.
Ivan the Terrible, played like he is Christopher Walken, faces his guilt over the killing of his son on Oprah with the help of Healer Phil. History Bites can be seen on the Comedy Network in Canada.
The only trouble is, sometimes Kevin can't...TURN it. Off.
Internet voiceman and jokesmith, Brock Baker, reads erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" using 50 different voices. Your childhood has probably been ruined. You're welcome.
Christopher Walken singing in the musical Pennies from Heaven.
Me doing a variety of impressions and dialects.
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Impressions, Stewie Griffin, Family Guy, Herbert the Pervert, Christopher Walken, Sean Connery, Arnold schwarzenegger, Walter Cronkite, Ted Koppel, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Elmo, Old Jew, Movie Trailer Guy, Robin Leech, Fabulous Life of, Yoda, Chewbacca, Baseball Announcer, Don Pardo, Dialects, Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, East Enders, Proper Brit, Accents, Liverpool, Indian, Australian, Scottish, Irish, Chicago, New York, Boston, Surfer Dude
Kevin Spacey doing some impressive impersonations at the Actors Studio
An archive, curated for posterity, of a largely candid photographic record of the association or interaction of notable individuals, with a primary focus on persons known to possess or exhibit a remarkable degree of awesomeness.
Eddie Izzard does his impression of Christopher Walken - from his standup show "Sexie"
Twas The Night Before Christmas in Celebrity Voices by Jim Meskimen
Celebrity impressionist Jim Meskimen's tribute to movie, film and political stars reciting Clement C. Moore's immortal "A Visit From St. Nicholas".
The Walken Dead... For every zombie who's ever wanted their brains served with a side of cowbell
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Writer/Director - Ryan Hunter
Director of Photography - Jacob Russell
Sound/Assistant Camera - Ethan Russell
Makeup - Ariana Rivera
Assistant Director - Brett Haley
Voiceover - Taige Jensen
Postproduction - Ryan Hunter
Special Thanks - Chris Silva
Cop - Taige Jensen
Walkens - Neal Bledsoe, Will Connell, Justin Morgan, Trevor Vaughn, Ted Schneider, Scott Skolnick, Matt Imparato, Daniel Kelleher, Jenna Payne, Ryan Hunter
Couple - Trevor Vaughn, Melodie Sisk
Survivors - Veronika Dominczyk, Ryan Hunter, Renaldy Smith, Jon Mantzke
In my very first dub, I lampoon "Friday" by Rebecca Black while it's still relevant. I provided all the voices and sound effects. And yes, that's my Christopher Walken impression.