Richard Caruthers Little is a renowned impressionist who goes by Little Rich, a name that plays off of his ability to impersonate famous celebrities. Also known as The Man of a Thousand Voices, Little perfected his many voices at Ottawa's Little Theatre before making his US television debut in 1964 on CBS's The Judy Garland Show. He made notable appearances on several talk shows such as the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, appeared as a regular host on The Deam Martin Celebrity Roasts throughout the 1970s and starred in his own segment The Kopycats on The ABC Comedy Hour. Little's impressions of American Presidents such as Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, who invited Little to host the White House Correspondents' Association dinner in 2007, are among his most famous acts.
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