Rich Little Brings “A Thousand Voices” to Cannery Casino & Hotel July 10

Master mimic Rich Little will perform at The Club inside the Cannery Casino & Hotel on Saturday, July 10 at 8 p.m. Known as “The Man of a Thousand Voices” for his incredible range of impressions, Rich Little has spent the past five decades entertaining audiences with his signature brand of humor.

Tickets are available now in three levels: Prime table $29.95, Patio table $19.95 or Reserved $9.95. Tickets can be purchased at the Cannery Casino & Hotel’s ticket sales counter located at the front desk, by calling (702) 507-5757 or online at www.cannerycasinos.com <http://www.cannerycasinos.com> .

Rich Little began his career booking club appearances and working as a talk show host and disc jockey in his native Canada. He was “discovered” in the United States when Mel Torme asked him to make a tape for CBS’ “The Judy Garland Show” and he was signed to the show. Little went on to appear alongside such notable personalities as Ed Sullivan, Jackie Gleason and Glen Campbell on TV variety shows. He had his own TV variety show in the 1970s and was an early guest host on “The Tonight Show,” making 12 appearances in all. During the span of his career, Little has released nine comedy albums and starred in three HBO comedy specials. His canon of TV appearances would not be complete without guest spots on “Fantasy Island,” “CHiPs,” “Hawaii Five-O,” “MacGyver” and his regular seat on “Hollywood Squares.” In addition to the comedic aspect of his talent, Rich Little has dubbed the voices of famed actors such as Peter Sellers and Gene Kelly when the actors were unable to perform. Rich Little lives in Las Vegas, Nevada and continues to thrill audiences across America and Canada with his hilarious impressions of political figures, celebrities and the characters of our time.