Some popular Elvis impersonators include Bill Cherry, Eric Bressi, Shawn Klush and Pete "Big Elvis" Vallee. Some famous Elvis impersonator acts include John Stamos, Johnny Cash and Andy Kaufman.
Bill Cherry is an Elvis tribute artist from Collinsville, Illinois, who has been impersonating the King since 1989. He grew up as a fan of Elvis's music and movies.
Eric Bressi from Kiamesha Lake, New York, became an Elvis impersonator after attending one of Elvis Presley's concerts in his youth. He worked as an Elvis impersonator in Las Vegas. After converting to Christianity, he returned to impersonating the King again. Bressi bills himself as "Elvis' Lost Brother," and he spends most of his time entertaining senior citizens and performing for fundraisers.
Another popular Elvis impersonator is Shawn Klush from Pittston, Pennsylvania, who won the BBC competition show "World's Greatest Elvis" in 2007. Klush not only sounds like Elvis, he also has the Elvis moves, lip curl and looks down.
Pete "Big Elvis" Vallee won the 2006 Best of Vegas award for emulating Elvis in his later years. He is a popular Vegas performer whose voice has been compared to Elvis' since he was 13.
Some famous personalities who have impersonated Elvis Presley over the years include Johnny Cash, Andy Kaufman and John Stamos.