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Richard Daryl Osborn: Bio

Richard is having the time of his life and it's only the begining!! Born and raised in New Haven, CT, Rich got his start in comedy early, discovering his ability to impressionate at the age of 13. After performing at talent shows and comedy competitions up and down the East Coast, Richard made his way to California to pursue his dreams. He's opened for such Artists as Jerry Seinfeld, Sinbad, Damon Wayons, Anita Baker, Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown and Will Smith. He's done voices on SiTV and Comedy Central to name a few. He's appeared on the big screen alongside such artists as the late Jack Lemmon, James Garner and Dan Ackroyd in the Paramount Pictures classic, "My Fellow Americans". He's also appeared on the small screen in; Soul Train, Comic View, Showtime at the Apollo, Latino Laugh Festival, Last Comic Standing just to name a few. In 2003 Richard along with 3 other comedians performed for the troops in Japan, this was one of his lifelong dreams. In 2007 his first Comedy CD, "A First Impression" was released followed by the much anticipated "40 Acres And A White House in 2010. You can hear Richard as the voice of Barack Obama, Rush Limbaugh, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and more in the hit comedy cartoon "B-Rock"! Richard does well over 150 impressions from Denzel to George Burns. You never know who you'll hear next. Look for Richard at a comedy club near you!