- Finalist on ABC's "The Next Big Thing"
- Leading President George W Bush impersonator
- Humorist, author and speaker
For many years, John Morgan has astonished crowds of all sizes with his remarkable likeness and impression of President George W. Bush. Corporate functions, private parties, faith-based events and association meetings have all shared in the Morgan experience.
John Morgan combines a respectful yet hilarious Bush impression with a few famous W. faux pas moments to create a unique blend of humor and entertainment. In addition, John's musical roots are apparent with the integration of his "W" songs (The Singing Bush.) While groups enjoy the show, he caps the program with an inspiring message of hope and determination.
Although discovered at a "Bush for President" rally, John has performed for groups of all political ilk - he has even performed for both political parties! In 2007, John and associates appeared before tens of thousands at Sean Hannity's "Freedom Concerts" and before hundreds of thousands on "The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular." Additionally, he has performed with The Charlie Daniel's Band, Vince Gill and many others.
John's media appearances...
LAUGH YOUR HEAD OFF MOTIVATION
Master of Ceremony
My Life As A Bush...
"When I first proposed the idea of having John Morgan speak at our Statewide Homebuilder conference, the meeting organizer was concerned about how his performance would be received. After all, you were going to address 60 bankers (bankers aren't known for their sense of humor) with varied political views... plus he was speaking at the end of the day! How unfounded these concerns proved to be!!! His presentation was outstanding!!! Everyone was talking about it after our meeting. People on both ends of the political spectrum thoroughly enjoyed the event. He's got the look and mannerisms down, but even better is his sense of humor. A couple quotes from others: "I loved that George Bush guy!" In-house Attorney "I don't know when I have laughed that hard and that long." Market Manager
Rich Graham, Vice President, Bank of America