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John Morgan
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Age (at audition) 51
Sex Male
Act George W. Bush Impersonator
Seasons 3
Position Reached None

John Morgan was a George W. Bush impersonator and comedian act from Season 3 of America's Got Talent. He was eliminated in the audition round.

Background

John Morgan travels as “the face” of President George W. Bush at corporate, comedic, and faith-based events around the world, bringing joy and inspiration to millions of astonished people who might otherwise never have an audience with America’s Commander in Chief.

Discovered at a “Bush For President” rally in 2004, Morgan suddenly went from selling appliances to performing at the President’s Inaugural. By 2007, John was bringing his big- time comedic impersonation to arenas all across America, appearing live before tens of thousands on Sean Hannity’s “Freedom Concerts” and before hundreds of thousands on “The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular,” where he amazed audiences with his guitar playing and singing.

Millions more have seen him on The Family Feud, Headline News, Hannity & Colmes, E! Entertainment Network, ABC’s “The View,” and The 700 Club. Fans even voted him a finalist on ABC TV’s celebrity reality show, “The Next Best Thing.” John was awarded America’s # 1 Bush Impressionist along with two “Mirror Image” awards and a 2005 Cloney award for “Best Historical Impersonation” voted on by his peers.

John was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. He and, his wife of 26 years, Kathy, still reside in sunny Orlando with their four sons, Christopher, Stephen, Daniel and Jonathan. 1

Audition

John Morgan's audition in Episode 302 consisted of joking about speaking Mexican while dressed as George W. Bush. Piers MorganSharon Osbourne, and David Hasselhoff all buzzed the act. All three judges voted "No", eliminating John from the competition.

Joseph Hall & others @ America's Got Talent Series 3-0

Joseph Hall & others @ America's Got Talent Series 3-0








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