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Impressionist Frank Caliendo Coming to Penn State

One of the world’s most well-known impressionists is coming to Penn State.

Stand-up comedian Frank Caliendo will perform a show on March 16 at Eisenhower Auditorium. Caliendo is famously known for doing impressions of everyone, from politicians to actors to sports personalities.

Along with being a stand-up comic, Caliendo is a television personality and an actor, having appeared on the show MADtv from 2001-06 and doing various impressions for FOX’s NFL Sunday from 2003-12. His own sketch comedy show, Frank TV, aired on TBS from 2007-08 before getting canceled.

More recently, Caliendo made an appearance on ESPN prior to the Super Bowl in a mockumentary about Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, where he spoofed many notable people in the NFL community.

Tickets for the show go on sale at 9 a.m. on February 20, and cost either $35 or $47, depending on the location within the theatre. All other ticket information can be found here.

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