"The Counterfeit Bill"
an uncanny resemblance, Pat Rick is in demand as a "Bill
Clinton" double in television, films, corporate meetings, political
fund raisers and comedy clubs. Pat has gone beyond the
"look-alike" serendipity and has nursed his fate into the best
presidential impersonator available today!
To compliment his natural talents, Pat has had training
and experience in stand-up comedy, voice-over for animation,
commercials, narration and dialect coaching from Hollywood's well known
"Dialect Doctor," Robert Easton. The combination of the look
and the voice makes Pat extremely effective.
The East Texas native finds the Clinton speech
patterns and dialect come to him naturally. Pat says, "I've spent a
lifetime trying to bury my hometown accent but now they pay me to
resurrect it." The Los Angeles Times said of Pat, "Like
the President himself, Rick's Bill Clinton is a work in progress and,
following the inauguration, he'll be taking notes."
A boost to Pat and his career came during the first Presidential
Inauguration. The Inaugural Ball at George Washington University booked
Pat to speak and play his "Safe Sax." The Washington Post
reported G.W.U. saying, "The closest thing we've got to Clinton was
a mimic, Pat Rick, who took the microphone and said, 'It's great
to be back at my alma mater oh excuse me, this is George Washington.'"
Bob Saget and the television program, "America's Funniest Home
Videos," had Pat open their show as the new President. The movie
"Batman Returns," spoofed by a production of television's
"Hard Copy" entitled, "Bushman Returns," featured
Pat as Clinton suffering the torments of Cat Woman-Hillary.
Twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, co-stars of
television's "Full House," had Pat join them in their video
for children, "No One Tells The President What To Do," listed
by Billboard magazine as a number one top music video. Pat also enjoys
'guest star' credits on CBS's "Murphy Brown."
"pseudo-prez" can be seen and heard in his film debut, the
satire, "Silence Of The Hams" with Shelley Winters, Phyllis
Diller, Charlene Tilton and Dom Deluise. Released with Pat
Clinton is, "Michael Kael In Katango," a French film
production with Victoria Principal, Mickey Rooney, Elliot Gould and
Entertainment Weekly called Pat "The Counterfeit Bill
real-life parallel to the faux-presidential protagonist of Dave (the
movie)." The Playboy Channel had Pat plug their "tax day"
free preview. Following a warm-up by Newt Gingrich and a "State of
the Union" address for the Republican Lincoln Society of Alaska,
the Anchorage Daily News said of Pat, "A Clinton
impersonator brought down the house with comments about wanting to put
the Gennifer Flowers thing to bed once and for all, and preferring
bottled beer to the draft."
"I spend a lot of time hiding in kitchens or, in the case of a Who's
Who of oil executives retreat in Texas, hunkered down in the middle of a
German oom-pah band until I was exposed as the saxophone playing
politician," says Pat of his often offbeat and surprise
Pat Rick goes out of his way to provide his clients with their
money's worth. Walter Bortz, Vice President of George Washington
University said, "Your research on campus definitely paid off and
made your 'presidential appearance' all the more special for our guests.
You will, no doubt, have a place in many a scrapbook of inaugural
In a recent article, The Washington Post Magazine said
"Rick doesn't just look like the president, he sounds like him,
Pat Rick, "The Counterfeit Bill," may be available for your next special event.
Notable Credits of Pat
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