The Hollywood Museum, the ultimate destination for tourists and movie fans, will honor impressionist Rich Little on Friday, June 1 with a brief exhibit unveiling items from his career representing George Burns, Dean Martin and Johnny Carson. Following the unveiling, Little will sign copies of his memoir, Little by Little: People I’ve Known and Been. The book signing begins at 6:30pm and is open to the public. All proceeds from the signing will benefit veterans through the Gary Sinise Foundation.
ABOUT RICH LITTLE: The master mimic of more than 200 voices, Rich Little has a voice for every administration, including U.S. Presidents: John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, both George Bushes, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. In fact, infamous for his skewering of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, intrigued and gotten the best of politicians from here to his native Canada. He entertained at both of Reagan’s presidential inaugurations, and President Reagan was reported to have said, “You do me better than I do.”
ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM: Located in the Historic Max Factor Building, The Hollywood Museum houses over 10,000 real showbiz treasures and the most extensive collection of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world showcasing more than 100 years of Hollywood history. The museum spotlights the glamour of Hollywood legends from Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and Rudolph Valentino; to the Golden Era’s Joan Crawford, Judy Garland and Katharine Hepburn; to movie idols Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Carey Grant, Clark Gable and Elvis Presley, to name a few. Today’s Hollywood stars including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Leonardo DiCaprio, J. Lo, and George Clooney, among many others. Visit Hannibal Lecter’s jail cell movie set from The Silence of the Lambs, the historic photo gallery and the official Walk of Fame exhibit. The Hollywood Museum is also home to Max Factor’s world-famous makeup rooms where Marilyn Monroe became a blonde and Lucille Ball first donned her signature red hair.
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