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Well, Frank did his Super Bowl pick last Sunday, But I think it'll be Frank's last ever pick for the Fox Pre-Game Show becuase I think the network is planning to focus more on football than comedy/emtertainment bits for next season and also I heard Jillian Barbrie's contract will not be picked up for next season
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Comedian Frank Caliendo makes a big impression
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April 1, 2005 CALIENDO0401



Comedian-impressionist Frank Caliendo, a regular on "Mad TV" and "Fox NFL Sunday," and a favorite of local comedy audiences, is headlining two shows Saturday at the Historic State Theatre, his biggest venue to date.

Despite constant interruptions from George W. Bush, Bill Cosby and Al Pacino during our phone interview, we managed to get a few questions through to Caliendo himself.

Didn't you get your first big career boosts in Minneapolis?

Absolutely. I tell everybody Minneapolis is probably my favorite city. Louis Lee, who owns Acme Comedy Co., was the first person ever to feature me as a comedian in the middle spot. He was the first to book me as a headliner, the first ever to bring me to a theater and now the first to have me headline in a theater the size of the State.

Frank CaliendoFoxIt's always been a great city for me. People have taken to me faster on every level. My John Madden impression is big there because the Vikings are big. And coming from Wisconsin, I think we have a similar mentality.

Does it ever bother you that, because much of your material is based on impersonations, people may not get a strong impression of who you are?

Yeah, making that connection with the audience is vital. If I don't talk to the audience for five or 10 minutes before going to the impressions, people won't listen to me. A lot of the impressions I do have a piece of me in them, anyway. I find something about them that makes Frank Caliendo laugh. Like how John Madden will say the same thing at the beginning of a sentence and at the end of the sentence and wrap it up with, "and that's what that's all about." When you hear "that's what that's all about," that's a Band-Aid on a John Madden tragedy.

What's the process of developing an impression?

A lot of it has to do with walking around and annoying people while you talk to yourself. I listen to their vocal range, and I actually will say the alphabet with them, because if you can do the alphabet, you can do every single sound.

When you start out, maybe you can only say a couple of words and sound like them until you can stay in discipline through it. Sometimes I start with a phrase. When I started doing Michael J. Fox, I said, "You made a time machine out of a DeLorean?" over and over and over.

Learning to do Madden, it was "Here's a guy. ..." You find their key phrase and drill it into your brain. It's training your voice like a muscle as you keep talking like them and find those little sounds that they do, and that's what makes it funny. Madden sounds like he's eating a sentence and choking on a prepositional phrase.

There are a lot who elude me, though. Bill Parcells of the Dallas Cowboys has a raspiness to him, but every time I try to do him, he morphs into Al Pacino. There are a lot of people who are very close to each other, and they live side by side in my brain.

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Well, Frank did his Super Bowl pick last Sunday, But I think it'll be Frank's last ever pick for the Fox Pre-Game Show becuase I think the network is planning to focus more on football than comedy/emtertainment bits for next season and also I heard Jillian Barbrie's contract will not be picked up for next season
I think that the Fox Pre-Game Show is doing the right thing removing Calenido and especially Barbrie (or "Barbie" --> cuz she's soo fake!) so that they can focus more on football. I really enjoy their football insight and find it very informative and entertaining!
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Old 06/14/2005, 1:04 PM
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Question Where is Frank ?

I just want to know when Frank Caliendo is going to be in the South East doing his shows. Also when will he do another Comedy Special?
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Dying is easy, comedy is hard

Terry Bradshaw reminded viewers of that old saying on Fox NFL Sunday as he turned thumbs-down to the "comedy" of Frank Caliendo.

Every week on the highest-rated NFL pregame show, the stand-up comic does a "Frank's Picks" shtick. Sunday, Caliendo, who also co-stars on Fox's Mad TV, lampooned ABC's John Madden, the gold standard of NFL sportscasters, as a fat slob ready to chow down on not one but two roasted chickens. "That wasn't funny. Not funny at all," Bradshaw said.

Why would Fox air lame, sometimes insulting, comedy by Caliendo and Jim my Kimmel the last seven seasons when there's so much football to discuss? Fox wants to inject "humor" and entertainment into a show that typically focuses on X's and O's, says Scott Ackerson, the program's coordinating producer.

"It's one of the most popular segments we have," he says of "Frank's Picks." Neither Madden nor others skewered by Caliendo have complained, although some of their agents and friends have, Ackerson adds.

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Terry Bradshaw reminded viewers of that old saying on Fox NFL Sunday as he turned thumbs-down to the "comedy" of Frank Caliendo.

Every week on the highest-rated NFL pregame show, the stand-up comic does a "Frank's Picks" shtick. Sunday, Caliendo, who also co-stars on Fox's Mad TV, lampooned ABC's John Madden, the gold standard of NFL sportscasters, as a fat slob ready to chow down on not one but two roasted chickens. "That wasn't funny. Not funny at all," Bradshaw said.

Why would Fox air lame, sometimes insulting, comedy by Caliendo and Jim my Kimmel the last seven seasons when there's so much football to discuss? Fox wants to inject "humor" and entertainment into a show that typically focuses on X's and O's, says Scott Ackerson, the program's coordinating producer.

"It's one of the most popular segments we have," he says of "Frank's Picks." Neither Madden nor others skewered by Caliendo have complained, although some of their agents and friends have, Ackerson adds.

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Caliendo brings array of characters to Improv stage

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When: 11 p.m. Saturday.

Admission: $25.

Where: Pittsburgh Improv, 166 E. Bridge St., Waterfront, Homestead.

Details: 412-462-5233.



By William Loeffler
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Thursday, October 20, 2005


Frank Caliendo travels with an entourage. Ask him a question, and you might get an answer from Tony Danza. Or President George W. Bush. Mention that you're thinking of taking up heroin, and the good-natured Chicago native may recite an anti-drug public-service announcement, using the voices Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer from "Seinfeld."
The man of 100 voices is best known for "Mad TV," Fox's answer to "Saturday Night Live." Caliendo fulfills the same function as his "SNL" counterpart, impressionist Darrell Hammond, giving viewers eerily accurate impressions of Adam Sandler, Robin Williams, actor Ted Knight or sports commentator Jim Rome. Something of a purist, he does so with minimal wigs or makeup. That makes it all the more startling when the voice of, say, Al Pacino emerges from the mouth of a chubby Midwesterner. He contrasts that with an actor on "Saturday Night Live," who did Al Pacino in full makeup.

He resists the idea of makeup on "MAD TV," as much as he is able. It's not going to fool anybody into thinking he's Al Pacino, Caliendo says.

"They put a lot of makeup on you. I'm 100 pounds heavier than Al Pacino," he says. "You don't see the actor anymore. That's why people talk about it, because they know who it was."

On Saturday, Caliendo will step in to fill the 11 p.m. time slot at the Pittsburgh Improv. Comic Jake Johannsen will perform sets at 7 and 9 p.m. as part of a four-night stand at the Improv.

Chances are, Caliendo also will send up NFL broadcasting icon John Madden, despite negative reaction after a recent imitation on "Fox NFL Sunday." Former Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw, one of three analysts on the pre-game program, was not amused when Caliendo used his segment on the show, "Franks Picks," to portray Madden as a glutton preparing to scarf down two roast chickens. A sports columnist for USA Today also took Caliendo to task.

You'd think he'd just torn up a photo of the Pope.

"Football and sports people, they get put up on a pedestal," Caliendo says. "It's all about personality and power. It's like making fun of Joe Paterno. Don't you think you'd end up in a trunk the next day? He's looks and sounds like an old Joe Pesci, so you know he'd 'Goodfella' me."

This will be Caliendo's last season on Mad TV.

"I don't know, I kind of just want to go on the road for a while and do what I want to do. This will be my sixth year in TV. I'm tired of doing what everybody else wants me to do."

As far as his act at the Improv, he says, '"You're not going to learn anything by watching me. You're just going to have fun."

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Oh, great, now that Frank's show has been advertised on PlanetMADtv, you know that cartman is just going to buy up all the tickets before anyone else can. Thanks, Kurt.


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Oh, great, now that Frank's show has been advertised on PlanetMADtv, you know that cartman is just going to buy up all the tickets before anyone else can. Thanks, Kurt.

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On the season finale of season 10, I was extremely sad (someone told me my friend killed herself) and I was crying, until Frank did his impressions. I was all smiles after that!

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Here's a pic of some of Frank's impressions.
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I can't understand why so many people on the boards don't like Frank. On some of the polls his Bush impression has been considered one of the least favorite character impression. In my opinion, his Bush impression is the best there is. If you close your eyes, you couldn't tell the difference between Frank and George Bush.

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I can't understand why so many people on the boards don't like Frank. On some of the polls his Bush impression has been considered one of the least favorite character impression. In my opinion, his Bush impression is the best there is. If you close your eyes, you couldn't tell the difference between Frank and George Bush.

No one can deny that he is great at what he does.
You shouldn't have to close your eyes to tell that an impression is good. The look is an important factor of a good impression, just like speech/voice, mannerisms, etc.

I actually like Frank's Bush (wow, that sounds disgusting ); I'm just sayin'...

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Milwaukee Talks: Frank Caliendo
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TEMPE, ARIZ. -- Frank Caliendo does 10 minutes of impressions of Robin Williams and John Madden, much to the delight of his audience. Then, he sits down quietly in the back of this writer's Media Literacy class at UWM.

Just a few years ago, Caliendo played to audiences of fellow students in his UWM classes, and before that at Waukesha South High School. His following has grown considerably.

Caliendo now plays to hundreds of people in tours of comedy clubs nationwide. His April 2 appearance at Giggles in Germantown has been sold out for a couple weeks. He makes another appearance there in June, and tickets are going rapidly. Upcoming appearances in Minneapolis and Peoria also are sold out.

Perhaps Caliendo has become best known for his impressions of John Madden and others on the FOX NFL pre-game show. He also was a regular on "MADTV" and WB's "Hype."

He's done sketches on the "Best Damn Sports Show" and standup on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend." "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "NBC Late Friday," "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilbourn" and "The View."

On March 29, Caliendo will perform at the Washington correspondence dinner before Vice President Dick Cheney, members of Congress and the journalists who cover the President and Congress. President Bush had been scheduled to attend, but the White House recently informed Caliendo -- who does hilarious impressions of the President -- that Bush will not make the affair.

Frankly, Caliendo, now 32, has become one of the hottest comedians around. This writer caught up with his former student at a performance at The Improv in Tempe, Ariz., and spent a morning with him, his wife, Michele, and son, Joey, at their Tempe home.

"I learned a lot doing those impressions in my classes back in those days," said Caliendo, a 1996 graduate of the UWM Journalism and Mass Communication Department.

"I really wasn't that interested in becoming a journalist because I'm not an intrusive type of person, but a lot of what we studied applied to what I wanted to do in other ways, and I knew I could always fall back on the degree if comedy thing didn't work out. I also needed to take a risk, and try what I was really interested in."

Caliente often infused life into some evening classes by starting them with an impression or two. He always knew when to quit though and become serious. He was a near 4.0 GPA student and could have become a fine journalist, but the "comedy thing" has worked out very, very well.

"I think I always did know when enough was enough," Caliendo said. "Even back in high school, I was never a disruptive student or really got in trouble because I was always doing jokes or anything."

Caliendo did a little club work while still a student at UWM, but had mixed success. After his graduation, he started to pick up more club work, in Chicago and elsewhere, first as an emcee, then as a middle act and finally as a headliner. He also did well making comedy tours of college campuses.

"I was able to pick up work right after graduation," he said. "I liked doing clubs, still do like them, in fact. The college tours were fun too. I was closer to their age, so connected with them. I was able to use the college tours as leverage to move up to more headliner work at clubs."

Caliendo hooked up as a regular on "Hype" and then "MADTV." Through those gigs, he gained recognition, to the point where Jimmy Kimmel asked him to do his Madden impressions as part of his segment on the NFL pre-game show.

"That actually is an interesting story because Jimmy wanted me to join the show, and his producer said he had this other guy who did Madden that he wanted on the show. It turned out they were both talking about me," Caliendo said.

When Kimmel moved on, Caliendo joined the pre-game crew and now hangs with Terry, Howie, Jimmie and the others."They are a great bunch to work with," said Caliendo. "I think Terry Bradshaw could do anything he wants. He is very talented. After I do an impression of him, he'll say, 'not funny, Frank,' on the air, but then when we're off the air he'll say, 'That was really funny, Frank.'"

One guy who does not share Bradshaw's love for Caliendo is Madden, who has protested the impressions by "that little fat guy" on FOX. "I just think Madden was so big at one time that he wasn't used to anybody doing something like this," Caliendo said. "He really doesn't like it or me."

Caliendo does Madden so well that some people don't understand he's not Madden. "I heard Frank on the radio the other day. He didn't get to say much though, Madden kept interrupting him," reads a quote on Caliendo's Web site. The person quoted had no clue Caliendo was doing the Madden voice.

Caliendo's Web site -- frankcaliendo.com -- claims his "genius" started even earlier than his days at Waukesha South or UWM:

"Born at the age of 3 in northern Illinois, Frank was already ahead of his time. Even on the day of his birth, Frank's two younger brothers knew something was funny. Before he could even speak, Frank's mother noticed him doing an incredible impersonation of a young Dudley Moore. Of course, Frank's father reasoned that all babies sound like they are drunk and heave all over themselves, but that is not the point. This kid had something special. He seemed likely to perhaps have a chance to maybe someday possibly become questionably close to one of the funniest persons alive."

This is just one example of the crazy humor on the Web site. Maintained by Frank's brother, Terry Caliendo, the site offers downloadable clips of shows, radio appearances, voices of Madden, Bush and others, and a lot of other zany stuff. "And, we're going to do some updating and redesign of it," Caliendo said.

Good writing -- along with keen observation skills, keeping up on topical issues, having a sense of what is funny -- is an essential part of Caliendo's acts. "There really are two tiers to making it work," he said.

"You first have to capture the person's voice, mannerisms, expressions. I concentrate on the triangle around the eyes, nose and mouth. Nobody is the same and you see that when you look there. You try to catch what makes the person unique.

"The second tier is to put the character into a funny situation. A lot of impressionists don't also have a sense of the comic. I try to combine them, by touching on topical situations, or doing the fish out of water routine, like John Madden narrating skating at the Olympics -- 'you put a circle here, and a circle there'. That is done, in part, through good writing. I script major parts of my acts, but I also improv at times.

"I've always tried to make it organic. I like it to evolve from the character, sort of like Robin Williams and Jonathan Winters do."

In addition to his brother, Caliendo works closely with his agent, Barry Katz, and a cadre of others who help with his shows and appearances. Katz is in the process of reviving the Last Comic Standing event.

Comedy has given Caliendo and his family some great things -- homes in Tempe, Los Angeles and Ohio. But, he admits it also can be a hectic, crazy life.

"I travel all the time, which gets harder with the family," said Caliendo, whose son, Joey, has been diagnosed with a rather severe allergy to peanuts and other things.

"He drank some Clorox not long ago, and never got sick. It was like kryptonite for him, but if you throw a peanut at the little guy he swells up and has real problems," said Caliendo, who tries to spend as much time with the 19-month-old as possible.

"We're also expecting a second child ... although my wife doesn't know that yet," Caliendo added. Michele actually is, of course, quite aware of it, since she was six-months pregnant at the time of our interview.

Turning serious, Caliendo said, "I want to earn a good living for my family, give them a nice place to live and that, but I know they also need me to be here for them."

Caliendo moved from L.A. to Tempe for family purposes. "I really don't like Hollywood," he said. "Everybody is an actor and is trying to get auditions. People are treated like crap there. Everybody seems desperate. I don't want to feel desperate and don't want to raise a family in that environment.

"It really is all about family for me. I want to work to earn a good living for them, but also want to live in a place where my kids can have some sense of normalcy."

Caliendo's Milwaukee upbringing has helped him remain grounded, and family-oriented.

"Milwaukee is a great place to raise a family," he said. "You can remain grounded there. I'm sure you also can do quite well there in certain businesses, but the entertainment business isn't one of them.

"You have to move to a bigger city. Even Chicago isn't enough. You almost have to move to one of the coasts because things come out of New York or L.A. So, I had to move, but my family and many of my friends are still in the Milwaukee area. I'm trying to maintain some of that grounded quality, some balance, in my family life."

Back in the days when Caliendo's audience was primarily students in a UWM Media Literacy course, you could already see the talent, creativity and wit in his impressions and jokes. He also did indeed know when "enough was enough." He was a very good student in the three or four courses he took from me.

Watching him at his Tempe show, I couldn't help but flash back to those days at UWM, but also noted the growth and maturity in Caliendo's work. He has become a true pro.

Spending that morning with him and his family at their home, I also could see maturity in my former student as a person. Frank Caliendo is, and always will be, a very funny man, but that's not all he is - even if he equates life with a comedy sketch on his web site:

"Life's a sketch ... and then you die."

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he does a great John Madden and Robin Williams. Did he lose weight also. I thought he looked a little pudgier in his earlier years.

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