Tracta takes impressionism to an entirely new level.
Jeff Tracta has become the most sought-after impressionist in the world today. With an array of over 100 spot-on impressions, Jeff pays tribute to over fifty years of music, comedy, and pop culture.
From the most current music artists -- the Black Eyed Peas, Eminem, and Lady Gaga -- to legendary icons such as Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, and Elton John -- and comedy tributes including Adam Sandler, George Lopez, Joan Rivers, Ray Romano, Chris Rock, Jeff Foxworthy, and the entire cast of Family Guy -- Jeff’s show has something for everyone.
But Tracta takes impressionism to an entirely new level. Cutting-edge technology allows Jeff to transform himself into a galaxy of stars right in front of you. His multimedia experience is wowing audiences around the world. The Los Angeles Times calls him, “Hilarious! A comic genius, Tracta is superb.”
Tracta first earned international fame starring for eight years as “Thorne Forrester” on the hit daytime drama The Bold & the Beautiful on CBS. His musical talents manifested in that same role, with all of Jeff’s albums going triple platinum worldwide. He has performed in over 31 countries to sold-out concerts in stadiums and arenas from Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Finland, Italy, and Germany to India, South Africa, and Japan.
Jeff made his Broadway debut starring as Danny Zuko in Tommy Tune’s revival of Grease at the Eugene O’Neill Theater. His award-winning comedy performance in Agency received rave reviews and won the Los Angeles Critics Choice Award. Tracta is a frequent guest on news and national talk shows and has been profiled on CNN, the Tonight Show, and Good Morning America.
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Impressionist Jeff Tracta Raises Over $1 Million for Charity with Jay Leno
Impressionist JEFF TRACTA recently wowed the audience to a standing ovation at the $1,500-a-head black tie Alfred E. Mann Foundation gala emceed by the two-time Emmy Award-winning Jay Leno, at the Robinsons May lot, in Beverly Hills, raising over $1 million for charity with over 400 people in attendance, thanks, in part, to Tracta's compelling performance, "A Journey Through Pop Culture," featuring more than 50 spot-on impressions.
The star-studded event, with guests including Marilyn McCoo, BILLY DAVIS, JR., Norm Nixon, Debbie Allen, Larry King and his wife, Shawn King, honored and celebrated the evening's two award recipients JANET AND WAYNE GRETZKY and DR. STANISLAO RIZZO for positively impacting the human condition.
In his introduction of Tracta, Jay Leno brought Tracta onstage saying, "Jeff is the best celebrity impressionist around."
Jeff Tracta first earned international fame with over 450 million viewers worldwide as Thorne Forrester on CBS's Emmy-winning The Bold & the Beautiful. Now, Tracta takes impressionism to a new level, with an explosion of pop culture featuring favorite voices from the world of both contemporary and legendary comedians (Larry the Cable Guy, George Burns, Joan Rivers) to politicians (Presidents Bush and Reagan) to the world of cartoons (SpongeBob SquarePants, South Park, Family Guy and Popeye) to classic television (All In The Family, Bewitched, Gilligan's Island, The Honeymooners and The Andy Griffith Show) to music (Elton John, Billy Joel, N'Sync, Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman and The Black Eyed Peas).
Holly Nuckols, an attendee at the gala, said Tracta's performance in his one-man performance was "incredibly nostalgic and fun." Marilyn McCoo said Tracta is, "...the consummate professional with music for all ages," while Billy Davis, Jr. called Tracta's show, "beautiful, beautiful!"
The gala, themed "Welcome to Casablanca," featured Moroccan-inspired dining, music, decor and dancing.