John Byner entered the world as the fifth of six children. Unexpectedly, John discovered a way to make himself feel special in the eyes of his family and friends. When his mother asked him to tell his father what they had seen that afternoon at the movies, John, then age six, did his impression of Bing Crosby singing "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive," which immediately raised their eyebrows in astonishment. Being a shy kid, he found that impressions broke the ice through the many moves his family made, and also later when he served in the Navy. From then on, John listened to voices — especially those that he liked. He mimicked them with ease. His gift took him from winning talent competitions to performing in every sort of venue imaginable...from stage to screen, recordings, cartoons and having a half dozen television series of his own.Read more Read less
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