Our Look-a-Like Characters are interactive performers with excellent characterization skills who can bring to life some of the most popular characters from comics, cartoons, film, and television. To highlight a few:
Marilyn Monroe* – Is the epitome of Hollywood glamour. Her coy innocence and natural sensuality make her a true Movie Star and the face of Classic Hollywood.
Living Statue – Our guests enjoy a unique and surprising performance whenever the Living Statue comes alive.
Norman Bates – While ridding our world famous Studio Tour, keep your eyes open for the infamous Norman Bates.
Doc Brown*- Dr. Emmitt Brown searches the park , full of energy and passion for his work, for Marty and other items necessary to get “Back to the Future..”
Lucy Ricardo* – Always trying to be in the show, Lucy Ricardo, from the successful television show “I Love Lucy, entertains our guests with her mad-cap antics and hair-brain schemes.
- Other Look-a-Like Characters include:
- Princess Fiona
- Betty Boop
- Characters from Scooby Doo
Animated Costumed Characters
Our animated costumed characters bring children’s favorite cartoon characters to life. These roles require great guest interaction skills and performers must have basic dance and movement skills.
- Animated Costumed Character Auditions – Things to Know:
- Appropriate audition attire to allow for movement is required.
- A type out audition will apply and callback fitting is required for all roles.
- A movement/dance combination callback will be required for select roles.
- Height requirements vary from 3’6”-6’7” and are based on role.
- Some of our famous Cartoon Characters are
- SpongeBob Square Pants®
- Curious George®
- Dora the Explorer
- Scooby Doo
- Woody Woodpecker®
- Mummy from Return of the Mummy
- Fivel from American Tale
- E.B. from the movie Hop
Brandon Gibson, current Character and Improv performer
Brandon has also appeared in: Disney’s “Pranksters”, guest star on Nickelodeon’s “Fresh Beat Band” and starred in national network commercials for Wal-Mart, MGD-64 and a PSA for Smokey the Bear.
“I love the creative freedom I have at Universal…The best thing you can learn (from working in a theme park) is personal interaction. So many different people from all over the world are entertained in so many different ways. It’s fun to explore those cultures and mindsets to really open up your performance abilities.”
All Cartoon Characters, Atmosphere Dancers, Celebrity Look-a-Likes, Puppeteers, and Improv Performers hired for these positions will be covered under the terms and conditions of a collective bargaining agreement with the American Guild of Variety Artists