Louise DuArt

Louise DuArt, often called one of the world’s greatest comedic-impressionists, continues to astonish critics and audiences alike with her dead-on impressions of America’s most famous people. With a unique talent for replicating celebrities in fun-loving style, Louise DuArt can carry-on animated fast-moving conversations between Joan Rivers, Edith Bunker, Barbra Streisand, Barbara Walters, Whoopie Goldberg, Judge Judy, and a few dozen others, all at the same time. As her husband says, “I never know who I’m waking up next to.”

Currently Louise DuArt is starring with Tim Conway and Friends in the box office smash touring the nation, recreating classic sketches from television’s Carol Burnett Show. During the last decade she costarred with Tim Conway and the late Harvey Korman in the hit show Together Again.

Louise DuArt hosted the popular talk show Living The Life, every morning on ABC Family Channel, for eight seasons, while her previous series Cafe DuArt, was hailed as one of cable television’s most innovative comedy-variety programs.

On Broadway, Louise DuArt has received critical acclaim for her starring roles in the long-running hit Catskills On Broadway, in the comedy/musical Dreamstuff, and as Bette Davis in Me & Jezebel.

Louise DuArt also shares the stage for An Evening of Inspiration and Comedy with her husband SQuire Rushnell, speaker and best-selling author of the When GOD Winks books. The couple recently co-authored a break-through book, Couples Who Pray: The Most Intimate Act Between A Man And A Woman. She and her husband live in New York City and on Martha’s Vineyard.