Origin of impersonator
Examples from the Web for impersonator
Myers said in his statement that some of the issues may have come from an impersonator who claimed to be Shadman.Special Forces’ $77M ‘Hustler’ Hits Back
December 8, 2014
Twitter is jam-packed with fake accounts; nearly every celebrity and big corporation has at least one impersonator.How I (Digitally) Killed My Twitter Impostor
July 21, 2014
Rumors are flying that the resident Romney impersonator will “probably” be leaving the show as well.Leaving ‘SNL’? Bill Hader, Fred Armisen & Jason Sudeikis
The Daily Beast Video
May 19, 2013
First and most important, Curtis is not just an Elvis impersonator.Paul Kevin Curtis and J. Everett Dutschke: Epic Feud and Ricin Letters
April 25, 2013
Some people know Curtis through his passion as an Elvis impersonator, including a snarl and long sideburns.The Mississippi Man Caught Mailing Ricin-Letters is an Elvis Impersonator
April 18, 2013
And he stopped for a moment, frowned at the sight of the impersonator.
The architect, the impersonator: the two scandals of her life.
There was work cut out for the impersonator of Policeman O'Roon.The Trimmed Lamp</p>
What I feel sure of is this: my impersonator has gone never to return.The Mynns' Mystery
George Manville Fenn
Your Indian boy is a born mimic and impersonator, and this was his day.Indian Scout Talks
Charles A. Eastman
Word Origin and History for impersonator
"one who assumes the person or character of another," 1853, from impersonate with Latinate agent noun suffix.