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Ross Marquand

Celebrities Doing Ordinary Stuff

Celebrities Doing Ordinary Stuff

Actor and comedian Ross Marquand performed a number of his best celebrity impressions during an appearance on the Chicago tv program Windy City Live. But rather than have them act out what they’re best known for, he put them all in far more mundane situations.

Impromptu Acceptance Speeches

Impromptu Acceptance Speeches

The Walking Dead and The Impression Guys actor Ross Marquand showed off his specialty on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, impersonating different celebrities accepting an Oscar. It’s not as good as his prepared ones, but for an on the spot performance he did a great job.

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Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions 2

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions 2

Vanity Fair shares some of the impressions that didn’t make the cut in Ross Marquand’s nano-impressions video. They’re just as good as the ones in the final video, but they were excluded because they were too long.

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions

Ross Marquand: Nano-Impressions

Most recently, we’ve been watching Ross Marquand kill it as Aaron on The Walking Dead. But you might not realize that he’s also an impressionist. In this clip for Vanity Fair, Ross performs a variety of improvised impressions of celebs thrown into random situations.

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