Kent Kasper as Dr. Phil

Kent Kasper as Dr. Phil

With his extensive background in comedy, acting and improvisation Kent Kasper brings poise, years of stage presence and Dr. Phil\’s trademark energy along with an uncanny physical resemblance: same height, weight and clothing size.

Kent Kasper has been a member of SAG and AFTRA since 1988 and has been a working actor and stand-up comedian for the past 20 years. In 1985, he was a New York City Assistant D.A. Over the years, Kent has appeared in dozens of television commercials, numerous guest/co-star roles on sitcoms, dramas and movies. He also has been featured in countless print campaigns and currently has a Microsoft ad running in 22 countries.


Dr Phil Show / Primetime Specials / Commercials / Print / Promos: Recurring Stand-In / Dir. John Perry

Monk / Co-Star / USA / Dir. Randy Zisk

The Tonight Show / Recurring Sketch Player

Thats Life / Co-Star / CBS / Dir. Jim Frawley

Roswell / Co-Star / WB. / Dir. Chris Long

The Amanda Show / Co-Star / Tollins,Robbins,Davola

Saved By The Bell / Co-Star / NBC / Peter Engel Prod.

Living in the USA-pilot / Co-Star / UPN / Jones, Saltzman Prod.

Pacific Blue / Co-Star / USA / Dir. Michael Sloan

Malibu, Ca. / Co-Star / NBC / Peter Engel Prod.

Hang Time / Co-Star / NBC / Peter Engel Prod.

Arrest&Trial / Guest Star / Dick Wolf Prod. / Dir. D. Aliota

Brutally Normal-Pilot / Co-Star / Dir. Mark Buckland

Man Made-Pilot / Co-Star / Prod. Stan Rogow

Absolutely True(UK) / Guest Star / Zucker Bros / Dir. Jeff Lengly


Husbands and Wives / Supporting / Dir. Woody Allen

Space Jam / Supporting / Dir. Joe Pytka

Chutzopa Schmooale Story / Supporting / Furst Films / Dir. Jack Angelo


25-Year headline comedian, improv, comedy sketch player, emcee, roast master and corporate imposter

Jay Leno – Marcel Forestieri

Marcel Forestieri as Jay Leno

Marcel Forestieri has been impersonating celebrities virtually all of his life. What started as just entertaining friends and family quickly grew into a professional career. Right out of high school in the early 70’s, Marcel toured professionally as one of the only Elvis Presley tribute acts of its day.

In 1981, in his first theatrical audition, Marcel was cast to play the title role in “Bring Back Birdy” (The sequel to “Bye-Bye Birdy”) on Broadway, with Donald O’Connor & Chita Riviera. His critical acclaim in this role, not only led to other theatrical roles, but a commercial voice-over career, as well.

After seeing an audition tape for “Saturday Night Live”, producer Bill Kirchenbauer hired Marcel to impersonate Jay Leno in his live production show “Legends of Comedy”. While appearing in Atlantic City with “Legends of Comedy”, the producers of “The Tonight Show” contacted Marcel and arranged for Marcel to appear on “The Tonight Show”, spoofing the real Jay Leno in a skit. So successful was the appearance, that Jay has made Marcel a regular performer on the show.



As a master make-up artist, Marcel has developed many other characters that he performs for corporate and special events. In addition to his portrayal of Jay Leno, Marcel has been touring for the past year & a half impersonating game show host “Regis Philbin” in his own unique version of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?”, entitled “Is That Your Final Answer?”
Just some of the things that have been said…

“When Forestieri makes his entrance, it’s double-take city. His Silver Streaked hair and jutting jaw give him a spooky resemblance to the “Tonight Show” host. He also has his subjects voice down pat, as well as his mannerisms (especially that quizzical face Leno often makes).”
Chuck Darrow – The Courier Post

“Marcel Forestieri’s Jay Leno is quite a refreshing character study. He does Leno as if he were delivering a “Tonight Show” monologue. In fact, it’s incredibly current, and delivered with on the mark inflections and mannerisms.”

Randy Alexander – The Times

“Marcel with his three-octave speaking range as Jay Leno…Clearly there is strength in the material, but the looks and moves are astonishing as well.”

Charles Einstein – The Star Ledger

“You’ll think you’re watching the real thing…I enjoyed it immensely.”

Pinky Kravitz – The Times

Grease Characters

Grease Characters

Audiences around the country have applauded Danny, Sandy and this entire cast of Grease. The cast’s musical performances are so close to the movie and the characters so tight that you would think you were actually on the film set in 1978. They will perform your favorite songs like “Summer Nights”, “Greased Lightning”, “Hopelessly Devoted”, “Sandra Dee”, “Beauty School Drop Out” and “You’re the One That I Want.”

“This was the perfect show for my daughter’s wedding…Bravo” – Mary Fay

“We loved this and had so much fun with the cast” – Valley Community Clinic

“This was like reliving the movie… so much fun!” – Peggy Jewel – Jewell Entertainment

Grease Characters

Grease Characters

Audrey Hepburn Look-Alike

Audrey Hepburn Look-Alike

If you’d like to add some nostalgia and class to your event our Audrey Hepburn look a like will wow the crowd. With the beautiful simplicity of a bygone era “Audrey” will meet and greet your guest and pose for photos along side of them.
“Pick the day. Enjoy it – to the hilt.” Audrey Hepburn. Who are we to disagree? Pick a day, book “Audrey” and enjoy it to the hilt!

Audrey Hepburn Look-Alike

Robbie as Frank Sinatra

Amidst the onslaught of corporate entertainment, crafted gimmickry, and over-hyped star spangled emptiness, Robbie Howard stands apart. He is an entertainer generously endowed with a rare quality — he is immensely and undeniably entertaining as Frank Sinatra.


Joan Rivers Look-Alike

JoanRiversLAL3Can we talk?  Our Joan, Dee Dee Hanson is the preeminent Joan Rivers.  The voice, the look .. she has it all!  Very interactive.  She’s the real deal in look-alikes!