Terry Fator won $1,000,000 on the TV show America’s Got Talent. How? Well, he might be the greatest ventriloquist of all time. And he’s also an impersonator, comedian, and a brilliant singer!
I’ve assembled as many of the videos of his performances as I could find to show the road that led up to the win. Sit back and enjoy.
Here was the very first performance. From the minute he walked on stage the judges were like, “oh no… not a ventriloquist.” But as soon as Terry’s puppet whipped out the first words in Ella Fitzgerald’s voice, it was all over…
Later, In the Top 20 semi-finals, Terry performed with Winston the Turtle doing an impersonation of Kermit the Frog singing Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World.
When he made it into the Top 10 he did Unforgettable. And it was…
Here is Terry Fator singing Dean Martin’s “That’s Amore” and Tony Bennett’s “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” from the Semi-Finals – Top 8.
This is Terry’s first finals performance with Walter T. Airdale singing Garth Brook’s country single “I Got Friends In Low Places”.
This is Terry’s second finals performance with Winston the Turtle singing Roy Orbison’s “Crying”.
Here was the final performance, along with Kermit the frog.
And here was the winning announcement:
After all that, I’ve got no problem declaring him the most talented ventriloquist on Earth.