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Terry Fator is an impressionist, comedian, singer and ventriloquist from Texas, who is known to be capable of a hundred impersonations of the ventriloquial style, using sixteen puppets while performing. Fator has won the second season of America’s Got Talent, receiving the million dollar prize. A year after that he signed with Las Vegas’ casino and hotel, The Mirage where performs as the headliner.  Fator is also known as The Human Jukebox, and Million Dollar Voice. In 2009, he released his first DVD containing his live performance in Vegas that was recorded at the Mirage and released within a week of its CMT debut airing.

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Terry Fator began being interested in ventriloquism while he was still in the fifth grade, when he first saw a book such an art form. He immediately borrowed the book and began learning from it, later making a purchase of Willie Talk dummy. He then performed at a church picnic from where he won a twenty-five dollars prize. At the mere age of ten, Fator bought his first dummy to practice ventriloquism, with which he impersonated many actors and singers to entertain his friends and family throughout his childhood. By the time he was in the sixth grade he made an appearance on a children’s show Peppermint Place, which stared Jerry Haynes’ Mr. Peppermint. By the time he turned eighteen, his mother had saved up to buy him his first puppet.
 
 As a young adult, Terry Fator became part of a band known as Freedom Jam, which was a production of Young American Showcase. The group played at more than two-hundred middle and high schools all over the US, on average performing three shows a day. By 1988, he became the lead vocalist of show band Texas Band, in which he brought in his puppet named Walter T. Airdale. At one point his band was about to get signed with a recognized record label, when its representative actually came to listen to the group. Fator was told to stop with the impersonations and instead sign with his own voice, but and left after a few weeks. He decided to leave playing in a band and instead chose to perform solo, in which he combined ventriloquism with comedy, but not experiencing any significant success. In 2005 he thought of mixing ventriloquism with impersonations just the way he did when he performed with his band alongside doing impersonations of high profile singers such as Etta James, Gartha Brooks, Dean Martin and James Taylor. Before winning at America’s Got Talent, he opened a show for Reba McEntire Neal McCoy, Styx and Garth Brooks. He also appeared in corporate arrangements at AT&T and General Motors.
 
After winning America’s Got Talent, Terry Fator’s schedule suddenly became so busy that he had to turn down four invitations to David Letterman show before performing there. He performed twice at Las Vegas Hilton just after winning, where he was the guest of honor. Both his shows sold out completely in standing rooms, yet the demand for Terry Fator tickets was soaring high, as a result of which another show was scheduled. In 2007, he signed a contract with the hotel for one and half million dollars, according to which he performed there three times a month in 2008, between January and May. In 2007, Fator joined in Ronald McDonald House Charities as an official supporter and has been a board member among other celebrities.
 
In 2008, Terry Fator made an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show alongside guest Simon Cowell, where the latter counted Fator among the two most talented artists in the world. Fator’s performance featured three dummies including country musician Walter T. Airdale who sang a Garth Brook cover, an impersonating turtle named Winston who played a Bee Gees cover and Julius who sang a Marvin Gaye track. His performance there cracked up the audience to endless laughter but to Fator’s surprise Oprah laughed just as much. If you are looking for a funny and musical performance together, then Terry Fator tickets are the perfect game for you.
  

 

 

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