This is the kind of Star Wars/ESPN cross promotion that Disney is going to spend the next few months driving you insane with, but you can’t deny that Frank Caliendo is very good at what he does.
I'm not even sure why this bit is funny to me, but I laughed the first time and now I'm laughing the second time. As long as Frank Caliendo keeps reading overwrought athlete letters in Morgan Freeman's voice, he's okay with me.
Frank Caliendo was on that radio show with the two guys with the same name this morning, and he busted out many of his ESPN impressions to read "The Night Before Christmas." At this point, his voices are so good, you'd think he locked up all these personalities in his basement as part of an elaborate scam! (We can't…
Frank Caliendo was on that ESPN radio show with the two Mikes, and broke out his Stephen A. Smith impersonation, "Stephen B. Smith." The unnecessarily wordy sentences, the name-dropping—it's perfect.
Frank Caliendo went on Mike & Mike today and read LeBron's essay announcing his return to Cleveland in the voice of Morgan Freeman. It's an excellent impression. Just make sure to close the video 24 seconds early so you don't have to hear Greeny and Golic. Like a cold bucket of water, those two. (Update: YouTube…
Frank Caliendo's a bit of a schmuck, but this skit for a fake Richard Sherman 30 For 30 has some legitimately funny impressions. Jon Gruden, Ron Jaworski, and Bill Belichick are all well done, as is his more subtle Adam Schefter. Now you can go back to not caring about Frank Caliendo.
It appears ESPN will not be subjecting its viewers to a misguided, probably-sponsored-by-a-light-beer segment with a cast of uncomfortable extras centered around a hilariously out of touch gasbag.