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article imageKevin Spacey and Jimmy Fallon nail 'Celebrity Impression Wheel'

By Marcus Hondro     Nov 2, 2014 in Entertainment
Kevin Spacey is becoming almost as known for doing bang-on impressions of celebrities as he is for acting. Spacey was back on Jimmy Fallon on Friday night and at it again.
Fallon had a shtick going called the "Celebrity Impression Wheel" for himself and his Tonight Show guest to play. It was a simply concept to get Spacey to do some impressions: you spin a wheel and it lands on a subject and a celebrity. It was likely all rigged but whether it was or not the two clearly had a great deal of fun with it and the results were pretty darn funny.
Each subject was connected to Halloween (it was, after all, Halloween night). The Academy-Award winning (The Usual Suspects, American Beauty) Spacey got Johnny Carson first and the show was off to the races. He also got Christopher Walken and Bill Clinton and rescued Fallon, who struggled with Michael Caine. Actually, Fallon's Caine wasn't bad, it just wasn't near what Spacey's was. The highlight for Fallon was his impression of Dr. Phil.
The 55-year-old Spacey is letting his guard down as he ages. For years he was rarely in public and there was a reason for that. "The less you know about me," he told the London Evening Standard in a 1998 interview. "The easier it is to convince you that I am that character on screen. It allows an audience to come into a movie theatre and believe I am that person."
Upcoming film releases for the versatile actor include a second installment of the comedy Horrible Bosses (predictably called Horrible Bosses II) with Chris Pine and Jennifer Aniston.
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