Louise DuArt

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Louise DuArt
Born (1950-10-30) October 30, 1950 (age 64)
Quincy, Massachusetts, USA
Occupation Comedienne and Impersonator
Years active 1976-present
Spouse(s) SQuire Rushnell

Louise DuArt (born October 30, 1950, Quincy, Massachusetts), is an American comedian and impersonator.

She began her career on the children's show The Krofft Supershow playing "Nashville", a member of the fictional band Kaptain Kool and the Kongs; she later worked on Krofft's last kid's show, The Krofft Superstar Hour, in which Kaptain Kool and the Kongs were replaced with the Bay City Rollers. She remained as a voice. Louise also hosted the game show Rodeo Drive in 1990, wherein she did her impersonations at times, especially during the show's second round of play. Some of her notable impersonations are Edith Bunker, George Burns, Judge Judy, Joan Rivers and Barbara Walters. She toured with Harvey Korman and Tim Conway from 2001 through 2005. DuArt now makes appearances on many religious-themed programs and events.

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The Stage[edit]

  • Together Again
  • Many Voices Of Louise DuArt
  • Glued To The Tube
  • Catskills On Broadway
  • Dreamstuff
  • Me & Jezebel

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