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Comedy Genius Jim Meskimen Performs Live in Hollywood

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One of comedy's biggest stars takes the stage this weekend Saturday, February 2nd, 2013, at 8pm, in the entertainment capitol of the world- Hollywood, California at The Acting Center, on 5514 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California.

Renown Hollywood Screen Actor Gives Fans a Treat With Comedy

The talented actor and hilarious comedian is the award winning Jim Meskimen, whose famous voice and his beloved impressions have been featured on the biggest comedy shows in the world including Conan O'Brien, Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, Mad T.V., and Parks and Recreation among many others. The renown screen actor has starred in lauded films including 'Frost / Nixon,' 'There will be blood,' and 'Apollo 13,' among many, many more.

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The Worlds Greatest Impressionist

Jim Meskimen, acknowledged by The Today Show in Australia as 'The World's Best Celebrity Impressionist,' and by NPR as 'The Greatest Impressionist of our times,' stars in his own show this special night, where other celebrity friends are expected to be in the intimate audience at The Acting Center in Hollywood, where fans frequently rub elbows with the creme de la creme of the Hollywood theater and comedy circuit.

Celebrity Mash-Up

Those lucky enough to have seen Jim Meskimen perform before, will be in for a real treat this special night, as they- the audience, literally get to pick their favorite star voices, like a rabbit out of hat- with 'celebrity playing cards,' and choose what celebrity voices the voice master will kindly perform on demand. Inventing for the show, this 'celebrity hybrid of stars' voices' mixed together in one, Jim Meskimen's fortunate fans will hear the blended morphing of voices when two stars literally collide- with a brilliant and never before done celebrity invasion upon the senses.

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Clean Comedy Genius

Fans old and new alike will hear new voices, new stories and new comedy from the certified master of celebrity voices, Jim Meskimen this special night, in two acts of captivating genius, including an interactive lecture by Professor Knestor Jackdaws and his 'Virtual Museum.' The 'clean comedy' show runs 90 minutes long with one intermission. Tickets are only fifteen dollars in advance, or twenty dollars at the door, and sell out fast. Call now to order.

Where to Go:

Location: The Acting Center: 5514 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (Parking lot & street parking available)

For questions, and for tickets, contact The Acting Center at 323-962-2100 or email to; play@theactingcenterla.com.

For more information on Jim Meskimen: http://www.jimpressions.net/

The office of Jim Meskimen, Bruce Edwin, The Hollywood Sentinel, and affiliates do not endorse any advertising that may appear on this page or in connection herewith. Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at TheHollywoodSentinel.com.

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