FAT ELVIS is comedian/entertainer Gary Jenkins's twisted take on the Elvis phenomenon. An Elvis fan since he was a young boy, Gary idolized the style, music, and charisma of the king of rock-n-roll.
Disillusioned by the endless parade of tacky, polyester clad, overly sincere impersonators, Gary created the ultimate "tasteless" Elvis, FAT ELVIS.
What does FAT ELVIS do? It depends on the situation. FAT is flexible. He sings, break dances (you must see), eats jelly doughnuts, ad-libs with his legions of fans, and poses for photographs.
FAT ELVIS is also an effective ice breaker. He has been known to burst into meetings and dedicate his comeback tour to an unsuspecting CEO or other pre-planned victim who is coerced into an impromptu sing-a-long with the king.
The over-the-top ridiculousness of the king-sized king of rock-n-roll doing exaggerated Vegas dance moves is guaranteed to reduce the stiffest audience to tears.
FAT ELVIS is a popular addition to corporate conventions as a guest speaker, one-man welcome committee, or an exhibit hall "booth magnet".
It's not rocket science. It's not a complex, convoluted, character study or some attempt at social commentary. It is basic adolescent stupidity. Silly, irreverent, extremely funny, family entertainment.
FAT ELVIS has appeared on national television as a special guest on the "Crook and Chase" show and has been featured on "Court T.V." and the Turner Broadcasting Network.
FAT ELVIS is getting bigger everyday. No, it ain't art, but man, it sure is funny!
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