Steve Nallon, the leading impressionist on the award winning Spitting Image series, is recognised as one of Britain’s most entertaining comic impressionists. His recent television and radio appearances include Celebrity Special: The Weakest Link, Call My Bluff, Alistair McGowan’s Big Impression, Night of a Thousand Faces and First Impressions.
With an ever-growing repertoire of voices Steve’s brilliantly funny and unique after dinner act takes his audience on a comic tour through ‘The World of the Impressionist’. With politicians such as Tony Blair and frighteningly accurate Anne Widdecombe, sports heroes Trevor Brooking and David Beckham, famous cartoon voices Homer Simpson, Fred Flintstone and “Wallace and Grommit“, television celebrities Chris Tarrant, Dame Edna, David Attenborough, Alan Bennett, Cilla Black and Graham Norton, American movies stars – including a stunning impression of Robin Williams and an uncanny Woody Allen – Steve’s act ensures there is something for everyone and suitable for a mixed audience.
But what truly sets Steve apart from any other speaker is his ability to tailor the script to include characteristics of key audience members, providing a unique evening of comedy, not easily forgotten. Plus he is always happy to join the client for dinner if requested.
Steve’s performances have ranged from audiences as intimate as fourteen to Gala Dinners of well over a thousand. His impressions are especially useful as an MC in Award Ceremonies where a different ‘celebrity’ introduces each award.