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Mr. President...Tim Watters

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"Will the real Bill Clinton please stand up?" That's what you would say if President Clinton and "Mr. President" Tim Watters sat in the same room together. Watters is a comedian and actor whose appearance is so authentic that went the real president speaks on television, his two-year-old son says "Daddy!"

A former real estate agent from Florida, Watters recalls, "Not a day would go by when someone wouldn't come up to me and ask if I'm Bill Clinton, or tell me how much I look like the president." He found all this amusing, considering that it all started as a big joke around the office about the time of the presidential election. "Every day, when I would return to my office there would be another picture of Bill Clinton on my I decided not to let the opportunity pass me by."

Watters now pursues the role of Bill Clinton on a full time basis for television, film, and special events. To prepare, he wets his hair, applies a grey mousse, and then blows it dry using white hairspray for highlights. The final look is extremely believable, but it doesn't stop there. He is accompanied by four or five people as Secret Service agents, complete with earpieces and sunglasses, and occasionally has a limousine decked out with U.S. flags—with the stereo blasting Hail to the Chief!

The likeness to Bill Clinton has garnered national recognition for his appearances on such shows as The Tonight Show, Entertainment Tonight, CBS Morning News, CNN, Larry King Live, and Dateline NBC and in the movies Naked Gun 33-1/3 and Contact with Jodie Foster and Matt McConaughey. He has been a celebrity guest on television shows from Japan to Germany, and he has even learned to play the saxophone.

Watters' greatest satisfaction came at a political rally where Bill Clinton was running late. Hillary Clinton was sent to greet the crowd. As she walked five feet in front of him, the first lady did a hard double-take. Later, one of the president's campaign workers came up and shook his hand, saying, "I just had to meet the Clinton clone."

One should expect to see even more of Watters in the future, as new offers and projects keep coming. In fact, the next time you see Bill Clinton on television, in the newspaper, or at your local McDonald's, you may want to take a closer look. It just might be "Mr. President"...Tim Watters!

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