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.
Twitter is jam-packed with fake accounts; nearly every celebrity and big corporation has at least one impersonator.
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|DAILY BEAST
First and most important, Curtis is not just an Elvis impersonator.Paul Kevin Curtis and J. Everett Dutschke: Epic Feud and Ricin Letters|Winston Ross|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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|Justin Green|April 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Orlando Gibbons was the impersonator of the new spirit; William Byrd was the jealous guardian of the old.A Short History of English Music|Ernest Ford
"We'll have a good practice to-morrow," said the impersonator.
The next act was that of an old man who, on the programme, was called an "Impersonator."
In early life he was a clownish sort of boy among the boys—an expert mimic and impersonator.Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains|[AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman
Warble whispered to her neighbor, who chanced to be Avery Goodman, "an impersonator?"Ptomaine Street|Carolyn Wells
Word Origin and History for impersonator
"one who assumes the person or character of another," 1853, from impersonate with Latinate agent noun suffix.