Impressionist Jim Meskimen Does Shakespeare in Celebrity Voices Part 2

Impressionist Jim Meskimen Does Shakespeare in Celebrity Voices Part 2

Impressionist Jim Meskimen with another rendition from Shakespeare, this time from Julius Caesar.

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  1. Here's something insane for y'all to think about

    This was my introduction to Shakespeare way back in 2012.

    Now I have a degree in english literature and i'm writting an essay about this very speech for my Master's

    (it's about Marc Anthony's speech and To Be Or Not To Be, it's a study on how Shakespeare copes with death)

  2. Excellence once again! Jim, you probably should have checked with Al Gore on this first. I think he invented Shakespear or sumpin. The man is a freakin' genius after all. Where would we be without his Internet? Aside from being much better off, I mean. 🙂

  3. I am just wondering, Jim.
    Because you had to come from the boards.
    With Shakespeare, or with anything, what voice did you use.
    You have a fine speaking voice, but you also have a gift.
    And gifts come with temptation.
    I know when I played Jessup in A Few Good Men, it was an utter bitch to not do Nicholson, and make the role my own.
    Which, through good Direction, I finally did.
    But, I know it's hard.
    When you were in a play, and, I know you must have been, and, given your gift for voices, how did you do it.
    I have my own story about that.
    I'd love to hear yours.
    Best to you and yours.
    Ray

  4. Amazing!
    From W to JFK, Robin to Gervais. Amazing.
    And doing it to Shakespeare's Caesar?
    I have to ask, good Sir.
    You obviously have a background in the Theater.
    How did you get to this point?
    How did you choose this path?
    Grand, pal.
    Simply Grand!

  5. Oh gosh, oh gosh, I'd forgotten how strangely hilarious I find George C Scott's voice, which was a problem when my dad took me to see "Patton" when I was a wee lass.  Oops?  Also, that Jimmy Carter (says the Georgia girl) is excellent!  Also, also, I can see Robin Williams perform his lines, which is always very cool.   

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