Danny McMaster

Outstanding impressionist and comedian.


Super impressionist Danny McMaster’s star-studded show is considered a ‘must-see’ entertainment experience and one that audiences want to see over and over again.

‘The Master’ has an ever-expanding repertoire of more than 300 dead-on characterisations from which he selects between 60 and 100 for each show. He gauges the audience and customises each performance for fitting their collective taste. Consequently, no two shows are alike. At one moment, McMaster may move flawlessly from an on-the-money Morgan Freeman or Michael Caine to Homer Simpson or Sylvester Stallone without missing a beat.

He may switch from an hilarious John Cleese or Christopher Walken to Joe Cocker or Kermit The Frog in the blink of an eye. Or, he may have the audiences in stitches with his 12 Days Of Christmas bit followed by an impressive Tom Jones song.

Danny accomplishes these rapid-fire transitions with minimal props and with remarkable accuracy, right down to the celebrity’s gait, their facial expressions and even their most subtle mannerisms. It’s an extraordinary talent that has garnered Danny a great deal of national attention and which has enabled the talented entertainer to perform on television, radio and clubs and theatres all over the country and internationally as well.

Current experience:
You may have heard him over the years on national TV and radio shows Australia-wide including Australia’s Funniest Home Video Show on the Nine Network during the ’90s.

Sometimes members of the audience will shout out requests, which prompt him to come up with a new character on the spot and then he’s off ad-libbing and making people chuckle, guffaw and downright out-loud belly-laugh. You never know who will show up on the stage!
Danny is celebrating his 35th year in show business and for all his valuable performing experience he can truly be called a master, which is the ultimate accolade one can attain in their chosen profession.

Don’t miss the inimitable Danny McMaster in his hit show.