Christopher Walken Impersonator
November 20, 2011 by staff
Christopher Walken Impersonator, A Christopher Walken imitation on the radio was so good that it tricked an AP reporter, leading to international coverage about the incriminatory remarks Walken had made regarding the death of Natalie Wood.
Walken had made no such remarks, however. It was actually Mark Sterne, host of a sports talk program in the Washington, D.C. area. He runs a regular comedy bit on Friday afternoons during football season where he delivers his weekend football picks in character as Walken, according to a report from the Washington Post.
On Friday, after news that the trial involving the death of Natalie Wood, for which Walken was present, had been re-opened, Sterne broke into Walken’s character and spoke about the night of her premature death in 1981. Walken was partying with Wood and Robert Wagner on the night she allegedly fell overboard.
Since recent allegations seem to suggest it wasn’t such an innocent case, Sterne (as Walken) spoke ominously about the night.
“We had a lot to drink that night. There as Sambuca. There was shouting. And then there was tragedy. And that’s all I can remember. And quite frankly, all my attorney right now would want me to say,” said Sterne, as Walker, as quoted in the Washington Post.
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