Frank Caliendo Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Height, Children, TV Shows, Movies

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Frank CaliendoBiography

Frank Caliendo is a comedian, actor and impressionist from Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. He is best known for his impersonations on the Fox Network television series MADtv, and as the in-house prognosticator for Fox NFL Sunday.

He is known for his impressions and for his frequent appearances on The Bob & Tom Show. He has released six solo CDs. From 2009 to 2011 he had a show at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

 

 

 

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Frank Caliendo Education

He grew up in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where he attended Waukesha South High School. He is of Italian descent. Before graduating from University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee,

Frank Caliendo Career

He began performing stand-up comedy at local night clubs and comedy clubs, and he eventually took a job as a master of ceremonies at a local comedy club. Within a few years, he was active on the college circuit. Between 2000 and 2001, he made his television debut on sketch comedy series Hype, later gaining exposure on the comedy series MADtv.

He started his work with passion. He has performed stand-up Premium Blend, Late Show together with David Letterman, and in the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The View, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. He was featured in Comedy Central’s animated series Shorties Watchin’ Shorties in 2004.

He appeared on Fox NFL Sunday on November 5, 2000; he then returned again in the same season on January 7 during the playoffs. In 2001 and 2002, Caliendo returned as a semi-regular guest. In 2003, Caliendo joined Fox NFL Sunday as a regular castmember, giving his predictions for the day’s NFL games.

He announced he would not be on Fox NFL Sunday for the 2012 season on August 2, 2012, and was replaced by Rob Riggle. He officially joined the cast of MADtv in 2001 as a repertory performer, for the seventh season. In 2002, Caliendo replaced Will Sasso as the impersonator of George W. Bush.

He also did the announcing for the best of scenes on the MADtv season 1 DVD. Caliendo left MADtv before the 2006–2007 season. Caliendo’s impression of President George W. Bush earned him an invitation to perform during the 2006 annual Radio-Television Correspondents Dinner.

He has appeared in the 2007 film The Comebacks as “Chip Imitation” who impersonates John Madden and Al Michaels in the championship game.

During The Comedy Festival Caliendo hosted a special called The Comedy Festival Presents: Funniest Movies of the Year 2008 where, from Caesars Palace, he introduced the top ten list of funniest films of 2008 based on an Internet poll. In 2019, he is a recurring guest on the Barstool Sports podcast, Pardon My Take.

Frank Caliendo Age

He was born on January 19, 1974 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. He is 47 years old as of 2020.

Frank Caliendo Family

He was born in Chicago, Illinois to Sr Frank Caliendo, he has not mention his mother. He has a brother namely Terry Caliendo.

Frank Caliendo Wife

He is married to Michele Caliendo in 2003.

Frank Caliendo Children

He has two children namely Joe Caliendo and Juliet Caliendo.

Frank Caliendo Height

He stands at a height of 1.7meters.

Frank Caliendo Net worth

He is an American comedian, actor and impressionist who has an estimated net worth of $20 million dollars.

Frank Caliendo Jon Gruden|Impressions

Jon Gruden is not a Zoom pro, as you’re about to see, and he was perfectly spoofed because of it by noted impersonator Frank Caliendo. A little bit later on, Caliendo who’s done Gruden perfectly for years got him once more with an incredible spoof of his Zoom adventure.

On Monday, Gruden crashed a University of Tennessee Knoxville class but unfortunately couldn’t figure out how to get his video to work properly until his wife helped him. On Thursday night, the NFL officially released the schedule for the upcoming 2020 season.
The home and away opponents were previously set, but now fans know when their favorite squads will be playing each team. While we didn’t have a live feed to see how NFL coaches and owners reacted to their schedule, we have the next best thing. Frank Caliendo did impressions of some of the top characters in the NFL head coaches and owners circle.
His video opens with Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, the look complete with his polo and mustache. In character, Caliendo says as the defending Super Bowl champion coach, “What was that? Whatever,” before holding up a Patrick Mahomes jersey.

Frank Caliendo Discography

Make the Voices Stop (2002)

Frank on the Radio (2003)

Frank on the Radio 2, Volume 1 (2007)

Frank on the Radio 2, Volume 2 (2007)

All Over the Place (2008)

National Lampoon Live: Unleashed (2009)

Frank Caliendo TV Shows

  • Hot in Cleveland
  • Mike & Mike
  • Frank TV
  • Hype
  • Mad TV
  • Fox NFL Sunday

Frank Caliendo Movies

  • Frank Caliendo: All Over the Place 2007
  • The Comebacks 2007
  • National Lampoon Live: New Faces: Vol. 1 2004
  • Close But No Cigar: Bob Zany 2010
  • National Lampoon’s New Faces Vol. 2 2004

Frank Caliendo Tours

  • Aug 11 7:00 pm Dubuque, IA Mississippi Moon Bar
  • Aug 12 7:00 pm Dubuque, IA Mississippi Moon Bar
  • Aug 13 7:00 pm Lac Du Flambeau, WI Lake of the Torches Resort Casino
  • Aug 14 8:00 pm Aurora, IL Paramount Theatre
  • Aug 15 8:00 pm Detroit, MI MGM Grand Detroit Event Center
  • Sep 12 8:00 pm Denver, CO Bellco Theatre
  • Oct 16 8:00 pm Bethlehem, PA Wind Creek Event Center
  • Oct 17 8:00 pm Atlantic City, NJ Sound Waves Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
  • Jan 22 8:00 pm Bow, WA Skagit Casino
  • Jan 23 8:00 pm Bow, WA Skagit Casino

Frank Caliendo Social Media

facebook,Twitter,Instagram

twitter.com/FrankCaliendo

https://www.instagram.com/frankcaliendo/

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