An extraordinary showman, Gordie repeatedly receives enthusiastic standing ovations at Harrah’s, The Golden Nugget, The Venetian, and at countless corporate events throughout the world.
“Combining recognizable characteristics of a celebrity with a comedic angle in order to perfect an impression is a learning and creative experience for me,” Gordie says. “When I tap into the energy between me and the audience, there’s a shared experience fueled by spontaneous laughter, and that’s where I have the most fun!”
Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Gordie began his career as a political cartoonist before he caught the entertainment bug after winning a local talent contest. He was soon opening in Los Angeles for renowned artists such as Jay Leno, Louie Anderson, Randy Travis, Barry Manilow, Kenny Rogers, and even joined Celine Dion on her North American tour “Taking Chances.”
He had his national television debut on A&E’s Evening at the Improv and continued on to co-host NBC’s Friday Night Videos, along with appearances on Hollywood Squares, Late Show with David Letterman, and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Gordie starred in the lead role as ‘Mr. Jones’ in the dramatic TV series, “Twice in a Lifetime.”