Hey, it’s us guys.
We’re not real, but are a vital part of the show.
Here’s a Bio we wrote about the Ventriloquist:
Justin knew he had a future in entertainment when, at age 16, he took first place in the “Big Foot Talent Contest” in Acme, Wa. (population 263).
Yeah, a sure sign of future success…
While a student at Wheaton College, he performed in its talent show (against his will). After his performance, he was in such a hurry to get to downtown Chicago (to see a concert), he didn’t realize he had commanded a standing ovation (and took 1st place):
How it all started:
Justin got his start in ventriloquism at age 15. He didn’t have the cash for a ventriloquist figure, so he bough a block of wood and carved Luigi (pictured with Justin).
We think it’s because he didn’t have any friends. Can’t get friends the traditional way.. Why not make one? Literally.
Bio Video: (NBC Seattle & NBC Portland)
He and his comedy sidekicks have appeared at the International Ventriloquist Convention (did you know there is such a thing?), been in a documentary on the Art of Ventriloquism put out by Miramax Films, and has even recently been chosen by NBC Universal to star in a comedy television show based on ventriloquism.
Justin says, “I’m so glad I have enough comedy talent to be able to throw away my life, being a ventriloquist.”
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- Asked by Late Show with David Letterman to come to New York
- Beat out 100 ventriloquists to star in NBC Universal TV show
- $3,000 Winner of Terry Fator’s Recent Talent Contest