‘Walking Dead’ actor shows off spot-on impressions

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LOS ANGELES — Everyone can do celebrity impressions, but not all of them are good. That isn’t the case when it comes to “The Walking Dead” actor Ross Marquand. Tuesday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Marquand showed off his impressive talent as Kimmel called out names for him to improvise.

“Did I win this for best actor or best song?” he asked while doing his best “Justin Timberlake accepts an award.”

Also among his impressions were actors Matthew McConaughey, Gary Busey and Michael Caine. He even came up with a speech for almost-Oscar-winner Sylvester Stallone.

“I thought this was supposed to be the comeback story of the year,” he said. “I got knocked out by Mark Rylance? I never even heard of the guy.”

Marquand has starred in a popular Vanity Fair video that showed him impersonating Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt and others.

Here’s an idea for next year’s Oscars: Have Marquand accept all of the awards. It could help with the ratings!

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