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Critically acclaimed comic impressionist Ken Block is a national headliner whose one-man / 100-voice show “I’m Not Myself Tonight" has delivered standing ovation performances to dinner club. theater, cruise ship, corporate, resort and casino audiences across the country over the past 20 years.
Accompanied by a digital orchestra and video backgrounds, Block’s star-studded stage revue revisits the past fifty years of entertainment and pop culture with entertaining mix of light-hearted caricatures of, and touching tributes to, celebrities, presidents, television personalities, movie stars, top comedians and famous singers.
Stage icons George Burns, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Rodney Dangerfield, Buddy Hackett, Bill Cosby, Jeff Foxworthy, Mick Jagger, the Bee Gees, Stevie Wonder, Elvis and the legendary movie stars of early Hollywood are among the mainstays of his act.
Ken Block's act remains a work in progress. New characters and "out of character" situations are added regularly to keep the act fresh and up-to-date, while the show's  material is often tailored to complement audience demographics.
For example, a special addition to performances in Hawaii is a sing-a-long tribute with Don Ho.
Headlining casino showrooms from the Borgata Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City to the Las Vegas Hilton Theater and main room theaters aboard Crystal, Regent. Azamara and Celebrity Cruise Lines, Ken Block's show promises a delightfully entertaining experience for a wide audience demographic.
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Ken Block - Comic Impressionist
The winner of the 2007 San Francisco International Comedy Competition. Paul headlines shows around the globe from Hong Kong to Hollywood, from Tokyo to Times Square. In between, he finds time to make television appearances on programs such as Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, Showtime's Pacific Rim Comedy, CBS's The Late Late Show, Comics Unleashed.
His animated stream-of-consciousness style has been called "Astoundingly Funny" by TimeOut magazine, while the Pacific Daily News says that Paul "makes you think while making you laugh."
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