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A tribute to George Burns

“Say Good Night Gracie!” A tribute to George Burns Portrayed by Jim Allen Jackson From the cigar-smoking philosopher with the harebrained wife to God in the 1977 hit movie “Oh God” the genial humorist, George Burns, who lived to be 100, was all these things and much, much more! Jim Allen Jackson’s presentation follows George […]

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson Portrayed by Jim Allen Jackson Andrew Jackson, Old Hickory, the People’s President. He was the first President of the United States to truly be the people’s choice for president for two terms. Jackson was a friend of the people and the frontiersmen. He used the veto more times than all of his predecessors […]

The Shakiest Hero

THE SHAKIEST HERO A TRIBUTE TO DON KNOTTS Portrayed by Jim Allen Jackson A master comedian, Don Knotts kept generations of TV and movie audiences laughing. He was The Incredible Mr. Limpet, The Reluctant Astronaut, and the Shakiest Gun in the West. Playing bumbling Deputy Barney Fife on “The Andy Griffith Show” and would-be swinger […]

Davy Crocket

Daniel Boone

Daniel Boone Portrayed by im Allen Jackson Daniel Boone was the most famous pioneer of the colonial times. He explored the unknown forests and the fertile meadows of Kentucky, and blazed trails to lead settlers there. The Wilderness Road was his route through the rugged Allegheny Mountains to the land beyond, and it served as […]

Old Hickory

Red Skelton

Red Skelton Portrayed by Jim Allen Jackson Clem Cadiddlehopper, Freddie the Freeloader, Cauliflower McPudd, the Mean Widdle Kid, Gertrude & Heathcliffe, are all familiar names to Skelton fans. For over seventy years Red Skelton entertained his audiences with a lifetime of wholesome laughter. Vaudeville, radio, motion pictures, television, Red did it all. Though he was […]


I’m Jim Allen Jackson and as a comic actor it is my job to find the funny in all situations. I’ve been fortunate enough to do this in a number of commercials, television shows, and web series such as Finest Hour, Are You Serious and The Quarter more...