Darren Altman is a big name comedy impressionist and voiceover artist with a genuine talent and love for what he does. Since reaching the semi-finals of the television talent show Britain’s Got Talent, Darren has become a major star of event entertainment. He received a standing ovation from the crowd and judges for his inventive impressions, full of fun and humour, as well as being impressively accurate. The judges’ praise was unanimous, with all four being impressed with his efforts.
Simon Cowell said of Darren’s audition:
“Of all the years we’ve had impressionists on this show, I genuinely think this is the best and most original act we’ve had. Absolutely hilarious Darren, a million percent yes!”
Having had success as a voiceover artist, most notably as the man behind the voice of the Iams cat, it was only a matter of time before Darren became a hit with audiences around the country. With wonderful on-stage showmanship, Darren has made waves with his world-class impersonations. An infectious personality that is guaranteed to bring the laughs, he has grown a loyal fanbase. With astonishing attention to detail, Darren has been able to build impressions of popular figures in current affairs, politics, sport and television, and offering interesting insights into how he goes about honing and performing these impressions.
In his very first year of performing and after just a handful of stage performances, he reached the semi-finals of the prestigious Amused Moose Stand-Up Comedy Competition, cementing his status as an exciting breakthrough stand-up comedian. The award-winning impressionist has established a rich vein of corporate clients, including Xbox, PlayStation, Pepsi, Disney, McDonalds, Vauxhall and Intel, as well as voice-overs for media conglomerates like NBC and Discovery Channel. He has been featured on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2, entertaining guests with his masterclass impressions of the likes of Boris Johnson, Ant and Dec, David Attenborough, Jeremy Clarkson, Bear Grylls and Sir Alan Sugar.