Jim Gossett is an impressionist, comedian, award winning writer and radio personality with over thirty years of experience. His comedy features and commentary are heard on radio stations from coast to coast.
Jim has performed for Fortune 500 companies and corporate groups at conventions around the globe. No stranger to the concert stage, Gossett has opened for such celebrities as Paul Anka, Barbara Mandrell, Jay Leno, Crystal Gayle, Louise Mandrell, and Frankie Valli. He also appears regularly in comedy clubs and college campuses across the country, earning him a substantial following. When not performing, he can be heard on a variety of national and regional commercials for clients including Pizza Hut, Ford Trucks, McDonald’s, GMC, Kroger, and Wendy’s. Jim is a contributor to The Lars Larson national talk show as well as other local stations across the country. His political parodies have also been aired across America on The Savage Nation, The Glen Beck Program and the Phil Valentine Show.
Jim was a member of the O Brien in the Morning Show team on B98.5 FM from 1983 to 1993. He joined the Kimmer show on WGST in 1993 and was there for twelve years. In 2006 Jim began making daily contributions to the Cadillac Jack morning show on Kicks 101.5
In 2012 Jim received national attention for his impersonation of presidential candidate Mitt Romney; with appearances on CNN and Fox News, interviews with the Huffington Post and Los Angeles Times as well as numerous live performances across America. Jim repeated that success in 2016 with a national tour as President Trump in a mock comedy debate show.
From convention centers to concert halls coast to coast, Gossett’s sparkling wit is leaving America laughing. An entertaining act that’s a proven crowd pleaser, he keeps them laughing at corporate functions, conventions, concerts and comedy clubs nationwide. Whether an intimate group of 50, or a concert hall of thousands, Jim Gossett will make your next event a memorable one.
Jim can be heard daily in Atlanta on The Kim Peterson “Kimmer Show” on Talk