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Kevin Spacey Plays Wheel Of Impressions On Jimmy Fallon

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The greatest trick Kevin Spacey ever pulled was convincing the world his party piece was tap dancing.
 
Though the shrewd folk among you might already know, the Usual Suspects star is fairly handy with impressions – and by ‘fairly handy' we obviously mean frighteningly good to the point of putting even the best voice artists to shame.
 
This talent came to the fore once more on Friday night when the actor appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s talk show and played Wheel Of Impressions (below). And such is his genius, it only took 3 seconds as Johnny Carson to send the audience into uproar, before also aping Bill Clinton and Christopher Walken.
 
Though he could do with brushing up a tad on is his Michael Caine. He’s obviously never watched The Trip.

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