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Frank Caliendo is one of America’s favorite impressionists and comedians. He is best recognized for his work on Fox Network TV series MADtv, as well as the hilarious in-house prognosticator of FOX NFLSunday. The artist gained considerable popularity in 2007 and 2008 after doing impersonations on TBS’s Frank TV, which is his own show. Many people know him as the artist who did incredible impersonations of USA Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, actor William Shatner, comedian Robin Williams, sportscaster Jim Rome, Charles Barkley, and NFL commentator John Madden. He makes frequent appearances on US radio program The Bob & Tom Show and is a regular guest on Fox News Channel’s show Huckabee.
Caliendo is known to have performed a total of a hundred and twenty impressions and has issued six solo CDs. During 2009 and 2011, he performed a show at the well-known Monte Carlo Casino and Resort located in the Las Vegas Strip. Given his exceptional talents and comedy skills, it is no surprise that Frank Caliendo tickets are the dominant talk of town these days.
Frank Caliendo started doing stand-up comedy routines while he was still studying at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, making appearances at local comedy clubs and night clubs from where he finally got the position of master of ceremonies from a local comedy club. He soon gained popularity for his impeccable impression of the Seinfeld crew, Colombo and Jonathan Winters among several others. During 2000 and 2001, he debuted on television on sketch comedy series like Hype from where he went on to perform on MADtv, whichbrought him sufficient national attention on the comedy front.
Frank Caliendo has been seen performing stand-ups on several high profile shows such as PremiumBlend on cable, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Late Late Night with Craig Ferguson, The View, Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, and Late Show with David Letterman. Caliendo has also been featured on the animated series Shorties Watchin’ Shorties shown on Comedy Central in 2004. He does the signature impression of John Madden which is often seen on Mohr Sports, Best Damn Sports Show Period and Fox NFL Sunday. The comedian has made appearances on Comedy Central Presents which come of Comedy Central, and numerous radio shows such as Lamont & Tonelli, Holmberg’s Morning Sickness, The Glenn Beck Program, Preston and Steve, The Roe Conn Show, Rick and Bubba Show, The Sports Inferno, Elliot in the Morning, Mike and Mad Dog, Howard Stern Show, John Boy and Big Billy Show, Bubba the Love Sponge, Rise Guys, Don and Mike Show, Opie and Anthony, Bob &Sheri, The Junkies, and Dan Le Batard Show.
Frank Caliendo starred for two small seasons on Frank TV, which was his own TBS sketch show beginning in November 2007. He hosted the show and performed sketches in complete makeup and joked about wanting the show’s name to be ‘The Chappelle Show’ instead. In 2001 he officially became part of the MADtv cast, working as a repertory performer in its seventh season, while also as the MADtv version of Darrell Hammond from Saturday Night Live. In 2002 he took Will Sasso’s place in doing George W. Bush impersonations and won viewing members when he did the offbeat impersonation of Fox sports’ previous announcer John Madden along with several other Fox personalities.
By the end of 2000, Frank Caliendo made an appearance as a guest on Fox NFL Sunday hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Caliendo did his extremely well-known impression of John Madden, which was received with winning applause. By 2003, Kimmel left the show upon which Caliendo was named as his permanent replacement. Other appearances made by him include the film The Comebacks, Late Friday, Mind ofMenica, among many others. He has also had the honor of being invited to the White House Correspondent Dinner of 2007 to perform his George W. Bush impersonation.
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