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Greg Morton From America’s Got Talent

At age 16, Greg Morton got his first job at a local department store, as a P.A. announcer. That same voice that grabbed the attention of shoppers, recently wowed the judges on the season 14 premier, of America’s Got Talent. Howie Mandel said, “I can’t believe there isn’t a banner with your name on it in Vegas!” After 35 years of entertaining audiences worldwide - opening for Celine Dion, Harry Connick Jr. and Luther Vandross at Radio City Music Hall - appearing on Just for Laughs, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Comic’s Unleashed, and his own Dry Bar Comedy special, entitled, “I Started Out as a Baby” - He received a standing ovation, and four yeses for his Star Wars routine. The force is definitely with this man.

08/21/2019 7:30 PM
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At age 16, Greg Morton got his first job at a local department store, as a P.A. announcer. That same voice that grabbed the attention of shoppers, recently wowed the judges on the season 14 premier, of America’s Got Talent. Howie Mandel said, “I can’t believe there isn’t a banner with your name on it in Vegas!” After 35 years of entertaining audiences worldwide - opening for Celine Dion, Harry Connick Jr. and Luther Vandross at Radio City Music Hall - appearing on Just for Laughs, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Comic’s Unleashed, and his own Dry Bar Comedy special, entitled, “I Started Out as a Baby” - He received a standing ovation, and four yeses for his Star Wars routine. The force is definitely with this man.

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  • NBC’s America’s Got Talent (Season 14)
  • Dry Bar Comedy
  • THE MAN OF MANY VOICES
  • MR. STANDING 'O'

At age 16, Greg Morton got his first job at a local department store, as a P.A. announcer. That same voice that grabbed the attention of shoppers, recently wowed the judges on the season 14 premier, of America’s Got Talent. Howie Mandel said, “I can’t believe there isn’t a banner with your name on it in Vegas!” After 35 years of entertaining audiences worldwide - opening for Celine Dion, Harry Connick Jr. and Luther Vandross at Radio City Music Hall - appearing on Just for Laughs, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Comic’s Unleashed, and his own Dry Bar Comedy special, entitled, “I Started Out as a Baby” - He received a standing ovation, and four yeses for his Star Wars routine. The force is definitely with this man.