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Abraham Lincoln Presenters

The Association of Lincoln Presenters

Dr. Alex Alexanian

93 Grovers Ave.
Winthrop, MA 02152
(617) 846-4728

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Mr. Donald Ancell

1361 Offshore St
Oxnard, CA 93035
railsplitter16@verizon.net
(805) 985- 2535

Available year round

Puts on a show that includes a Union soldier. Lincoln tells how a poor boy made good and encourages honesty, reading, and integrity. The Union soldier tells of camp life.

We use history, music, and humor, to K thru 8th grade students. We also play at birthday parties and special events. Lincoln also speaks at luncheons and special events.

Don got his start as Lincoln several years ago by being talked into it by his friends after he had allowed his sideburns to meet in the center of his chin. He then hit the books and began to study about Lincoln and the Civil War and gaining experience portraying at re-enactments.

Don met Roger Knox (Union) at a re-enactment and formed up as a very successful team to bring history alive in an unique way to the delight of students and teachers alike.

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Mr. Connor Baete

14801 Fox Bend Ct.
Louisville, KY
baetehouse@yahoo.com
(502) 593-9219

Connor Baete is a student in Louisville, KY with a passion for Civil War history. A cousin to Mary Todd Lincoln, Connor believes that history is alive and participates in the annual Lincoln Days celebration in Hodgenville, KY. Connor has won prizes twice in the Lincoln “Look-alike” competition, once recreating the “Now” speech from the Spielberg Lincoln bio-pic and once as “Rail-splitter” Lincoln.

Connor competes annually in the Lincoln Presidential Half Marathon in Springfield, Illinois and the Kentucky History Half Marathon in Frankfort, Kentucky.

Mr. Richard D. Benach

One South Schlueter Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63135

Mr. Jeff Bloomquist

32 Blanchard St.
Jamestown, NY 14701
(716) 487-9962

Dennis Boggs

Mr. Dennis Boggs

209 Cottage Place
Nashville, TN 37214
(615) 874-8028
dboggs@meetmrlincoln.com

http://www.meetmrlincoln.com

Robert Broski

Mr. Robert Broski

Covina, CA 91724
(909) 227-2531
A.Lincoln@AbrahamLincolnLives.com

http://AbrahamLincolnLives.com

Available all year round. Will travel.

Subject material tailored to meet your specialized needs: Meet & Greet, Q&A’s, conventions, trade shows, libraries, museums, book readings, parades, churches, political & social groups, organizations, tv, radio, films, modeling, and civil war reenactments.

Born and raised in a southern state; Southern California, of humble origins. I was destined to play Abe Lincoln. Because of a desire in my heart, i decided to make a commitment to bring Abraham Lincoln “ALIVE” to whomever is interested in knowing more about this great President. Through the years, it appears Mr. Lincoln is “ALIVE” in the hearts and minds of many people. I am blessed and honored to be a President Lincoln presenter!

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Mr. Robert Brugler

866 Middlebury Dr. N.
Worthington, OH 43085-3370
VisitWithAbe@gmail.com
(614) 312-7461

www.visitwithabe.com

For 10 years, Robert has brought President Lincoln to life with hundreds of entertaining and thought-provoking presentations at senior citizen centers, schools, libraries, museums, dinners, benefits, Civil War reenactments and other events.

He is a former teacher at Gahanna Lincoln High School (35 Years), a Lifetime Member of Association of Lincoln Presenters, and an adjunct professor at Columbus State.. Robert has portrayed the President at Gettysburg, Washington, D. C., the Ohio Statehouse, the Ohio homes of Presidents Grant, Hayes and Garfield.  At times, his wife comes with him portraying Mary Lincoln.

Schedule:  Available throughout the year.

Mr. Ted Bruzas

1410 Laurel Oak Dr.
Avon, IN 46123
tebruzas@aol.com
317-272-0014

Available year round in central Indiana

Ted has brought Lincoln to life in presentations to senior groups, elementary schools, as a greeter at the Indiana State Museum and participation in the Lincoln Days Celebration in Hodgenville, Kentucky.

Has enjoyed studying Lincoln for several years and collected over 260 books. Ted portrays the life of Lincoln as the greatest U.S. President who faced the greatest constitutional crisis of our country and kept the nation together changing the fate of generations to come and the course of history.

Proud life member of the Association of Lincoln Presenters.

Nicholas Bur as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Nicholas Bur

513 Mandan Dr.
Waukesha, WI 53188
nicbur@tds.net
(262) 650-9697

Mr. Jeff Burgess

1919 Sawmill Road
Clinton, AR 72031
jb0622479@illinoisalumni.org
(501) 745-1249

Presently inactive as Lincoln. Available locally only, as biblical characters.

Mr. George Buss

760 Lincoln
Freeport, IL 61032
(815) 232-2470

http://georgebecomeslincoln.com/

For over 30 years, George Buss has entertained and educated a variety of audiences with his engaging portrayal of our nation’s 16th president – Abraham Lincoln. Equal parts enthusiast and history buff, George is passionate about the part. His look, his delivery, and his knowledge truly capture the essence of “Honest Abe.”

From small-town elementary school classrooms to national stages, George Buss uses his vast resources to customize a perfect presentation for every audience. Now, you can share Lincoln’s legacy at your group or even

Ron Carley as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Ron Carley

8208 Parkside Dr.
Westland, MI 48185
rcmemory@yahoo.com
(734) 680-3708

Tom Cecil as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Tom Cecil

218 Patterson St.
Dayton, OH 45419
turtle5115@aol.com
(937) 293-9993

Mr. George Cheevers

Boston, MA 02124
bostonlincoln@comcast.net

Available by appointment

I can meet the need of the audience: school, corporate, historical society, holiday remembrance, home celebration, public speaking out-of-doors, etc.

More than ten years teaching experience in public schools in Boston and Aichi, Japan. “Looks to me as if Lincoln got up out of his chair, walked down to the street and had his picture taken.” ALP President Dan Bassuk Fourth Place, Lincoln Look-Alike Contest, Ottawa, IL. September 2002.

Railsplitter Award, 2002

Lincoln Seminar Participant, with scholar Gabor Boritt, at Gettysburg College, July 2003

Phillip Chetwynd

Mr. Phillip Chetwynd

P. O. Box 1916
Wakefield, MA 01880
(781) 224-0530
alincoln@erols.com or info@lincolnfortheages.com

www.lincolnfortheages.com

Mr. William Ciampa

22 Baltimore St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325
(717) 337-2122

Lewis Clymer as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Lewis Clymer

521 W. Gallatin
Vandalia, IL 62471
abepresenter@yahoo.com
(618) 514-9641

Jim Conine

Mr. Jim Conine

97 Water St.
Brunswick, GA 31525
c09@darientel.net
(912) 265-4188

http://www.abespeaks.com

John Cooper as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. John D. Cooper

11781 Julie Dr.
Baltimore, OH 43105
(740) 862-6373
fourscore7yearsago@yahoo.com

http://www.fourscore7yearsago.com

Available year round

First person presentations covering Lincoln’s entire life.  Making memories and bringing history alive.  Tailored presentations; you name topics.  Q & A available all presentations.  Programs for schools, fairs, festivals, lunches, dinners, churches, libraries, historical societies, and civic groups since 1988.  Topics like Civil War, Presidency, biography, family life, law cases, religious faith, leadership, coupled with humorous anecdotes and the Gettysburg Address. Meet and greet at all presentations.  School presentations geared to grade level.  Accurate, historical presentations of our greatest President.

Ms. Jami Coren

531 Park Ridge Ct.
Grand Junction, CO
superhistorygirl@gmail.com
(970) 424-2377

Jami has been presenting as Abraham Lincoln since 2012, and has been a serious student of the great man since the late 1990’s. She got her love of history from her father, as well as her height, which helps her achieve a convincing portrayal of the late president. It was upon request from a niece to have Jami help with a school project – dressed as Lincoln – which led her to becoming a presenter.

Her current programs are designed for young audiences, as she has recurring classroom visits every winter at local school classrooms.

Murray Cox as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Murray Cox

3979 S. Bailey Rd.
Wabash, IN 46992
indianalincoln@hotmail.com
(260) 563-7126

Available year-round

Civil War & Living History events.

Presentations for all ages, telling of:

  • Lincoln’s youth in Indiana
  • His career as a Lawyer
  • God in the Nation’s life
  • His contacts with Quakers
  • The Lincoln Family Tree
  • Emancipation-Why not sooner?

 

Murray has been presenting Lincoln since 1985, appearing before elementary classrooms and college forums, Boy Scouts pageants and pilgrimages, Worship Services and Sunday School groups, community and patriotic groups, and even a wedding reception. He has been part of the documentaries about Lincoln presenters “Men in Hats”, and “Life as Lincoln.”

Murray tries to inform people of parts of Lincoln’s life which are not widely known, or which may be misunderstood. His goal is for the listener to have a better understanding of the real Abraham Lincoln and his life.

Jim Crabtree as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Jim Crabtree

610 Royal Springs Dr.
Springboro, OH 45066
(937) 886-0241

Mr. Skip Critell

12294 Hidden Valley St.
Boise, ID 83709
lincolnremembered@gmail.com
(208) 841-8784

http://www.lincolnremembered.org

Available year round.

Presentations for all age groups. Custom programs for schools,churches, historical events, and fund raisers.

Background: I have portrayed President Lincoln for public and home schools, libraries, Sunday school and youth groups, Awana conferences, historical museums and societies, theater movie openings, Civil War events, retail stores, parades, television commercials, and a PBS film.

Member of the Idaho Civil War Volunteers.

Involved in an on-going study of the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln.

I have been portraying our 16th President since 1999, and am a Life Member of The Association of Lincoln Presenters.

Max Daniels as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Max Daniels

202 N. Pierce
Wheaton, IL 60187
abenbabe@aol.com
(630) 462-7286

http://www.abeandthebabe.com

Available year round

Available for Civil War reenactments, schools, libraries, trade shows, conventions, dinner theater, fund raisers, etc.

Programs available for audiences of all ages including kindergarten through the retirement community.

Max and Donna have been portraying President & Mrs. Abraham Lincoln since 1988. They were featured on C-Span during the Lincoln-Douglas debate series in 1994 and on the “Someone You Should Know” program on Chicago’s ABC affiliate.

Since 1995, they have performed on numerous occasions at the Lincoln Home Visitor Center in Springfield, Ill.   In 2001, they were invited to perform at the Discovery Theater for the Children at the Smithsonian Institution.

They have performed for National Encampment of the Sons of Union Veterans and for the Midwest Civil War Round Table Conference.

Max has also appeared in several commercials including a video for the Admissions department of Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois.

They are popular attractions at Civil War reenactments throughout the Midwest and take great pride in “Bringing history to life” for audiences of all ages.

Stan DeHaan as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Stan DeHaan

3883 Jefferson Ave.
Orange City, IA 51041
(712) 737-8209

Mr. Dean Dorrell

5 1/2 Daviess Dr.
Washington, IN 47501
abe@honest-abe.com
(812) 617-1806

http://www.honest-abe.com

Available year round.

At 6’6” tall, Mr. Dorrell is similar in stature to Mr. Lincoln. He has been portraying Mr. Lincoln since 1996.

He has appeared in commercials and at festivals, Civil War reenactments, and schools. He has also appeared with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at Symphony on the Prairie, and as President Abraham Lincoln in the outdoor musical drama “A Pioneer Tale” at Lincoln Boyhood State Park in Lincoln City, Indiana.

Nelson Doyle as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Nelson Doyle

9 Kelly Ave.
Williamstown, KY 41097
(859) 824-7478

Mr. Randy Duncan

16328 Nicholas Rd.
Carlinville, IL 62626
no_malice03@yahoo.com
(217) 854-2411

Larry Elliott as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Larry Elliott

9221 Springbrooke Circle
Louisville, KY 40241
larrylikelincoln@gmail.com
H-502-394-0694 C-502-599-6830

http://www.larrylikelincoln.com

I have been portraying Abraham Lincoln for 10 years. My family is from Hodgenville, KY where he was born. My great grandmother four times removed, Mary Brooks LaRue, was the mid-wife that delivered Abraham Lincoln.

I am the same height (5 ft. 16 inches, as I tell the kids), same weight and many other similarities.

I have a great desire to keep his legacy alive and have read numerous on him and The Civil War. I present in schools, assisted living communities, battle reenactments, churches civic organizations, etc.

I can tailor my program to fit your needs. Let me bring Lincoln to life!

Mr. Matt Freeman

PO Box 3426
Kodiak, AK 99615
mfreeman@kodiak.k12.ak.us
(907) 486-3358

Gene Griessman as Abraham Lincoln

Dr. Gene Griessman

6525 Riverside Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30328
abe@mindspring.com
(404) 435-2225

http://presidentlincoln.com/

Keynote and banquet presentation: “An Evening With Abraham Lincoln” (or “Lincoln Live”)

Leadership Seminar: “Lessons Learned From Abraham Lincoln And Other Great Leaders”

Joe Hamilton as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Joe Hamilton

851 Bellows Mill Road
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
(859) 325-0452

Mr. James Hayney

37 N. 19th St.
Camp Hill, PA 17011
jjhayney@hotmail.com
(717) 763-6858

http://lookingforalincoln.com

James Hayney has the rare combination of striking physical resemblance to Lincoln, a wealth of historical knowledge, and acting ability. He can tailor his presentation to fit your time schedules, topic interest, and age of audience.

Mr. Joe Hobbs

802 Jefferson Pl
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
(270) 765-6294

Mr. Milburn Howard

9246 Bardstown Rd.
Hodgenville, KY 42746
(270) 549-8307

Mr. Philip Jessen

74 Gilchrist Hill Rd.
Hartford, NY 12838
pjmj06@hotmail.com
(518) 632-5922

Available by appointment

A wide variety of presentations for all ages.

I have been a Lincoln Presenter for 18 years now.

Mr. Kenneth Jones

1510 Lake Road
Dyersburg, TN 38024
kjones@dscc.edu
(731) 288-0658

http://www.jonesken.com

Mr. Jones performs Lincoln for schools, civic clubs, historical societies and other interested parties. There is no charge for performances, however, any gratuities offered are accepted as donations to a Lincoln student scholarship offered through Dyersburg State Community College.

Mr. Jones is a research and teaching biology professor, with interests in riparian habitats, endangered species. In March, 2001, Mr. Jones portrayed Abraham Lincoln in the play “Mr. Lincoln” and has been “hooked” ever since.

Mr. Matt Jordan

1028 E. Park Ave.
Vineland, NJ 08360
(856) 697-6255

Tom Katsis as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Thomas S. Katsis

13659 Victory Blvd. #679
Valley Glen, CA 91401
tkatsis@gmail.com
(818) 404-1446

http://www.tomkatsis.com

Tom’s available to travel anywhere in this fine nation when booked in advance. Based on presentation requirements, Tom will give amount charged once client and he are clear on what’s expected.

Schools, Universities and colleges, Daughters of American Revolution, Political affiliations, churches, synagogues and any proper venue for the 16th President to enlighten!

Tom’s been portraying Lincoln in films, commercials and live theater for over ten years now. At 6′ 3″ he really inhabits the spirit and nature of this great man and president.

To see reviews of tom’s work simply go to www.tomkatsis.com and enter Lincoln section.

Mr. James Keeran

1513 W. Graham
Bloomington, IL 61701
(309) 829-3640

Mr. John Kemple

322 Washington St. Apt. 4
Pottsville, PA 17901
(570) 622-7226

John W. King as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. John W. King

234 W. 50th St.
Ashtabula, OH 44004
ALincoln212@yahoo.com
(440) 997-6014

http://wemadehistory.com

Log cabin to the white house
Was Lincoln a christian?
Lincoln the lawyer
Lincoln and his generals

Charles Kleiner as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Charles Kleiner

4142 Copperfield Ln
Cincinnati, OH 45238
abelincolnlenny@gmail.com
(513) 251-6940

David Kreutz as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. David Kreutz

40 Princeton Ave
Depew, NY 14043
(716) 681-2806

Mr. Lee Lewis

Louisville, KY 40208
iamhonestabe@outlook.com
(502) 533-6643

http://www.iamhonestabe.org

Ralph Lincoln as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Ralph Lincoln

713 Stewart St.
Berlin, PA 15530-1507
rclincoln@yahoo.com
(814) 442-6367

http://www.alincolncousin.com

Robert Lindsey

Mr. Robert Lindsey

P.O. Box 259356
Chicago, IL 60625
rjlindsey46@hotmail.com
(312) 635-3240

http://www.rjlindsey.com

Mr. Ronald Lowe

660 Plymouth Rd.
Plymouth, MI 48170
rlowe@35thdistrictcourt.org
(734) 781-0107

Mr. Abe Maier

6081 150St. NW
Clearwater, MN 55320
(320) 558-6386

Mr. Mel Maurer

1988 Sperrys Forge Trail
Westlake, OH 44145
melmaurer@sbcglobal.net
(440)-292-6244

Mel Maurer, a lifetime member of The Lincoln Forum and the Cleveland Civil War Roundtable, appears at the 16th president in his one man show: “An Evening with Abraham Lincoln” and in two co-authored one act plays: “Meet at Hampton Roads: Lincoln’s Last Debate” and “The Lincoln-Douglas Interview – Their
Last Debate.”

B.F. McClerren as Abraham Lincoln

Dr. B.F. McClerren

910 Nursery Rd.
Charleston, IL 61920
abelcn@consolidated.net
(217) 345-6871

http://learningabe.info/thelincolns.html

McClerren said: “For over 35 years in university classrooms I have taught graduate courses about Lincoln, and for over 25 years I have portrayed Lincoln on stage.  In both places I want my audiences to philosophize with Lincoln as he wrestles with questions about God, truth, freedom, responsibility and constitutional government.  I want them to laugh with Lincoln the lawyer and politician, to weep with the grieving father and war weary president, to hear the best of Lincoln as he delivers his most famous speeches.”

Mr. Patrick McCreary

2116 Hummingbird Road #2
Portales, NM 88130
onelincoln@icloud.com
(618) 920-7764

http://www.LincolnOnStage.com

Year round as available

• National/ International Touring
Completely self contained one-man MainStage shows:
LINCOLN (his entire life in his own words and the words of those who knew him well);
Lincoln and Booth (an original work tracing the significant turning points in their lives leading up to that fatal meeting)
• School presentations for all ages
• Film/ Television/ Radio
• Motivational speaker

Over thirty years in professional theater as an actor/ director/ writer/ producer/ designer

Performance in forty-four states and Europe

Appearances before three other Presidents of the United States: Carter, Reagan, Bush (’41)

Member of Actors Equity Association

MFA in Theater

Former college professor

Former city Mayor

Internationally ranked triathlete

Mr. Leon McKinney

702 Briarwood Dr.
East Wenatchee, WA 98802-8301
hopeforkids1@gmail.com
(509) 393-8301

Leon’s “Lincoln Live” presentation’s include:

The True Story of the Gettysburg Address

The 8 Habits of America’s Greatest Leader

The Happiest Day of My Life (the day I went to Ford’s Theater)

How I learned to read (for elementary students).

Why I Love the 4th of July

A Sermon by Lincoln: “Lincoln Wrestles with God” based on several of the best books on Lincoln’s spiritual life.

Personal Achievements:

25 Years as an award winning High School Music Educator

25 years in Investments and Insurance

10 years raising money for financially needy student’s for College scholarships ($300,000 to date)

“The Frugal Philanthropist” founder of nonprofit to help high school students.

Master’s Degree in Education and Certified John Maxwell trainer on Leadership.

Bonnie and Leon have 4 children and 4 Grandchildren.

Mr. Whit McMahan

610 Poplar Valley Ct.
Nashville, TN 37221
wmcmah@gmail.com
(615) 988-0107

http://www.abelincolnportrayals.com

Whit was born in Christian County, KY (county of Jefferson Davis birth) and has been interested in President Lincoln all his life, visiting his birthplace on several occasions as a child.

Whit offers a one-hour adult presentation, interspersed with period music, which features the life story of Mr. Lincoln.  A children’s program is also available.  Presentations are generally done in the Middle Tennessee area.  He has also portrayed President Lincoln in film, theater, and in a TV documentary.

Whit is a published author and maintains a law library collection previously property of the law firm of Robert Todd Lincoln.

Rick Miller as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Rick Miller

409 Leatherbark Dr.
Cranberry Twp, PA 16066
rickmyoga@yahoo.com
(724) 321-7085

Mr. James Mitchell

307 North 1st Street
Hope, KS 67451
james.mitchell303@gmail.com
(785) 512-0390

Can travel, present Abraham Lincoln and adapt to whatever the customer needs are.

Mr. Gerald Payn

768 Greenwood Blvd.
Wooster, OH 44691
gmpayn@sssnet.com
(330) 345-5547

Speaks in character on a large variety of topics re:  President Lincoln (at any age) and the War Between the States.  He is a full height Lincoln who began presenting in 1999 after being inspired by James Getty of Gettysburg, PA.  Payn is a life member of the Association of Lincoln Presenters.  He has been fascinated with his study of Lincoln and has a considerable collection of books, papers, and other memorabilia regarding Lincoln.  He has enjoyed visiting places related to Lincoln and the War. Payn considers it an honor and blessing to portray our greatest of presidents.

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Gerald Pitts as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Gerald Pitts

134 Highland Dr.
Greenwood, SC 29649-8957
dustyroads29649@yahoo.com

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/GeraldYPitts

Mr. Lonn Pressnall

400 Loma dr.
Forsyth, IL 62535
lapressnall@comcast.net
(217) 877-7270

http://Lincolnpresenter.com
Facebook: Lonnie54
Twitter: 54Lonnie

Available September through June. Will travel.

Lonn will portray Mr. Lincoln at schools, corporate gatherings, meet and greets, and special events. Lonn is currently doing cemetery walks and other 1860’s sesquicentennial events.

As a retired Speech and Theater professor, Lonn has acted, directed and written plays for the theater and done commercial work for over forty-five years. I have done Abraham Lincoln presentations in first person for about seven years.

Fred Priebe - Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Fred Priebe

47111 Hull Road
Belleville, MI 48111-4296
alincoln@comcast.net
(734) 697-0484

http://www.alincolnstyle.net
Facebook: A Lincoln Style or FredandBonnie Lincoln

Available year round.

Fred Priebe has been presenting President Lincoln to schools and groups of all types and sizes since 1996. He varies his program to suit the audience and the situation. He always presents in the ‘first person’. He emphasizes Lincoln’s honesty, integrity, patriotism, duty to one’s country and faith in God.

Fred is listed in the current Touring Arts Directory of the Michigan Humanities Council.

His Lincoln travels have taken Fred all over the Midwest and parts of eastern United States. Internationally, he has presented Lincoln in Australia, Canada, England and France.

Mr. Robert Quinn

200 E. Columbia
Danvers, IL 61732

Mark Rehagen as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Mark Steven Rehagen

1104 Swifts Hwy
Jefferson City, MO 65109
therailsplitter@embarqmail.com
573-680-2520

www.therailsplitter.net

Cast in the musical The Civil War as Abraham Lincoln in 2002, many commented that Mark looked “just like Lincoln,” so he felt inclined to continue to bring Abraham Lincoln to life, especially for students. Since that time, Mark has portrayed the Rail Splitter to countless grade school classes and fraternal organizations at Civil War reenactments, historical events, and civic events in the Midwest.

Mark treasures the times he can bring Abraham Lincoln alive for others, and has been a member of the ALP since 2007.

Eric Richardson as Abraham Lincoln

Mr Eric Richardson

1140 Starmount Court
Bel Air, MD 21015
TheEricRichardson@msn.com
(443) 253-5662

www.bookastar.com/EricRichardson

Notice a striking resemblance to a legendary Hollywood actor? It’s because Eric is a professional tribute artist (impersonator) to Gregory Peck. One of Mr. Peck’s favorite roles was portraying Mr. Lincoln in “The Blue & The Gray”. Eric has been presenting his “Mr. Lincoln” regularly in the Washington, DC area, and is a corporate favorite. (See his Lincoln auto commercial on his website)

Eric Richardson is represented by The Summit Tribute Group LLC, is a longtime member of SAG/AFTRA and Actors’ Equity, and is proud to be a Life Member of ALP.

Mr. Garry Rissman as Abraham Lincoln

Garry “Abe” Rissman

Times Square
New York, NY 10036
Abraham.Lincoln.3rd@gmail.com

AVAILABLE ALL YEAR ROUND FOR ALL HOLIDAYS!

BA in Communications from the University of Iowa;  2 year diploma from the Hamburg Design Academy in Germany.

Experienced photographer and videographer will include a high quality iPhone X video of the event on a tripod for no extra charge.

Experience as Lincoln in movies, TV shows plus had one of the leads as Lincoln in 3 plays at the Mount Pisgah Baptist Church in Brooklyn, NY.

I love teaching children plus I have endless questions for the audience with prizes; historical lectures are something I relish.

Availability for all kinds of historical lectures at schools, colleges and universities;

Available for all events, birthday parties, weddings, promotions, product endorsements, parades, political events, TV commercials, etc.

Verne Risty as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Vernon Risty

103 E Brittany Dr.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
vristy@hotmail.com
(847) 577-0304

www.theabelincoln.com

Danny Russel as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Danny Russel

8010 Orchid Lane
Indianapolis, IN 46219
(317) 899-1254

www.famoushoosiers.com

Available year round

A four-time grant recipient honored by the Indiana Arts Commission for outstanding theatrical achievement, Russel fully embodies Lincoln’s amazing journey from a log cabin to the White House.

Hilarity, heartbreak and humanity abound during those formative boyhood years in southern Indiana (age 7-21), his numerous business failures, years as a prairie lawyer, life with Mary and their sons, political aspirations, Civil War tragedy and triumph, brilliant speeches, and ultimate freedom for slaves. “Abraham Lincoln: Hoosier Hero” is a fascinating panoply of uproarious comedy, tearful reminiscence, political intrigue and always insightful commentary on the human condition.

Cortland Savage as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Cortland Savage

1413 Southland
Sulphur Springs, TX 76482
BigBrownSavage@wmconnect.com
(903) 439-0664

Mr. Jim Sayre

1495 Alton Station Rd
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
lincolna@dcr.net
(502) 839-7191

Now in my 35th year of portraying Lincoln I have decided to semi retire.
From a farm wagon stage in Hodgenville, Kentucky to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D C, from ocean to ocean,and border to border, and across the wide Pacific I have had the honor of taking the president to some far away places with strange sounding names.

Appearance now by special request only. I wish to thank everyone that has made this possible.

Mr. Chuck Schmidt

5079 N St.
Mason, IL 62443-2213
(618) 483-6712

Homer Sewell as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Homer S. Sewell III

P.O. Box 13
Jasper, GA 30143
abeusa16@aol.com
(770) 402-0917

http://www.abeusa16.com

Available year round

Since 1975 he has presented in 47 states, at 2,200 locations & been seen by two million people.

Even without his top hat & frock-tailed coat total strangers still call him ABE.

Homer is the author of a 300-page autobiography entitled “Image in the Mirror”.

Whether you want to have ABE help you with a school program for your students; speak to your church, Scouts, Lions, Rotary, Optimist, Kiwanis; TV spots; be there to help draw attention at your trade show; or, be the keynote speaker for your annual meeting, Homer & “ABE” can be there for you. HONESTLY!

Homer is a Life Member of the ALP.

Eugene Sliter as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Eugene Sliter

10703 Imperial Rd.
Fayette, IA 52142
(563)380-0652

Rev. Christopher Small as Abraham Lincoln

Rev. Christopher Small

115 Gregg Mill Rd.
Greeneville, TN 37743
thelincolnproject@yahoo.com
(423) 620-3604

http://www.thelincolnproject.com

Available year round

Programs tailored to fit your needs, including:
Mr. Lincoln’s Civil War Overview
Mr. Lincoln & the American Dream
Mr. Lincoln & Emancipation
Mr. Lincoln & Learning
Mr. Lincoln’s Values
Mr. Lincoln’s Faith
Mr. Lincoln’s Family
Mr. Lincoln’s Poetry
Mr. Lincoln’s Speeches

Chris Small, M.A., first appeared as Abraham Lincoln in 1997 and joined the Association of Lincoln Presenters in 2000. Serving as a Seventh-day Adventist Pastor for almost six years, Chris is uniquely suited not only to give Lincoln Presentations to many organizations, but also to present a variety of programs for churches.

Chris recently served as an adjunct lecturer at Concordia (Ann Arbor) and Eastern Michigan Universities, with teaching specialties in Communication (Interpretation Performance Study) and Religion.

The Lincoln Project was born in 2003 and includes the following new initiatives: (1) The Lincoln Project is currently teaming with COGfilm to explore a production based within the life of Abraham Lincoln. (2) The Lincoln Project uses ethnographic methodologies to study and document Lincoln Presentation. From this work has grown an original script entitled “Addressing Gettysburg” and an April 2005 presentation at the Central States Communication Association Conference entitled Performance Development: Living Historiography from Scratch.

Bruce spear as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Bruce Spear

7003A East Girard Ave.
Denver, CO 80224
bspear.consult@gmail.com
757-348-5236

Mr. Daniel Storck

8512 Stable Drive
Alexandria, VA 22308
dstorck@verizon.net
(703) 799-4639

Mr. Allen Taylor

16101 S. Hilltop Rd.
Oregon City, OR 97045
(503) 359-3759

Mr. Robert Taylor

5128 E. 91 PI.
Tulsa, OK 74137
alncln2@juno.com
(918) 494-9988

Mr. Richard Veit

7860 Central
Coloma, MI 49038
(269) 468-4479

Roger Vincent as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Roger Vincent

608 Middle Rincon Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
roco@sonic.net
(707) 539-5808

Mr. John Voehl

9572 Elk Mountain Circle
Littleton, CO 80125
John@AbeLincolnAlive.com
(303) 932-0752

http://www.abelincolnalive.com/

In his first 22 years of Lincoln work, John Voehl has provided over 1,300 Lincoln presentations and appearances in 45-states, to become a nationally recognized Lincoln Historian and Presenter. John utilizes over 50 different motivational and historically accurate portrayals to make the person of Abraham Lincoln come alive. Frequently, audiences comment that they felt that they were in the presence of the real Abraham Lincoln.

John Voehl is a retired aerospace business professional, with a BA from UC Santa Barbara. He is a Life Member of ALP and other historical organizations, married with 4 adult children and 7 grandchildren

Mr. John Walther

111 Ruct Rd. #107
Bloomington, IL 61701
JohnW1854@aol.com
(309) 663-2620

Mr. J.P. Wammack

Montrose, CA 91020
jpwnvt@yahoo.com
(818) 481-5354

Speeches, stories, Civil War history, life of Lincoln. Some stories need to be retold. The remarkable story of Abraham Lincoln, who overcame poverty and little formal education, to lead our country through its worst struggle, is a story that deserves to be retold.

J.P. Wammack has been in the life insurance business for 28 years with Northwestern Mutual. He has a Degree in history from UCLA. He is a lifelong Civil War buff having read 100 books on the subject. He enjoys exploring Civil War battlefields and has been known to drive 1000 miles out of his way to do so.

In 2002 he began Lincoln impersonations following a 15 year tradition set by his father, H.M. Wammack. He has portrayed Lincoln more than 100 times at schools, churches, service clubs, and special events. To get into character, J.P. likes to split firewood with a wedge and a sledge hammer.

Mr. Kevin Weinert

2367 El Monte Drive
Oakley, CA 94561
aaronsstaff@sbcglobal.net
(925) 679-8624

Mr. Stan Wernz

266 Compton Ridge Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45215
Lincolnwernzs@peoplepc.com
(513) 761-6120

Available year round

Stan, a life-member of ALP and President since 2005, is recognized in street clothes for his ”Lincoln look-alike” features. When dressed in Lincoln attire, he fascinates listeners from pre-school to senior citizens while relating the life, thoughts and comments of our 16th President. Audiences of all ages are captivated by the humor and wide range of topics included. Presentations use Lincoln’s words, are designed for the specific audience, and conclude with questions and answers.

Stan appears in two documentaries: “Lincoln and Lee at Antietam: The Cost of Freedom” (Best Documentary, Houston Film Festival 2006) and The Smithsonian’s “The Fighting Irish.”.

Lee Williams as Abraham Lincoln

Mr. Lee Williams

62495 690th St
Wiota, IA 50274
lee@abelincoln.org
(712) 774-5781

Mr. Philip Williamson

18679 Orchard Hill Dr.
Walton Hills, OH 44146
alincolnohio@aol.com
(440) 439-8198

Often available, will travel to many destinations at personal expense

Presentations in accordance with your interests. Lincoln’s. wit, wisdom and personal ethics. Lincoln’s young family life and education. Appropriate remarks at schools, service clubs, chambers of commerce, business meetings, and historic commemorations.

Ten years of occasional presentations and appearances, now retired, and available much more often.

Mr. David Wolfe

2309 Wintergreen Loop South
Owensboro, KY 42301
dwolfe3@roadrunner.com
(270) 313-5596

http://www.abe-lincoln-live.com

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Available all year around, willing to travel any where!

•Corporate meetings •Civic events •Historical events •Business promotions •Debates and panel discussions •School and Library programs Programs •Lincoln: Kentucky never left me! •Lincoln the Christian •Life of Lincoln •Lincoln Children’s program •Lincoln Adult Program

Education:

2006 to 2010 Student at Brescia University, Owensboro, Kentucky.  Graduated with a history degree.

1990-1990 Owensboro Community College, Owensboro, Kentucky Studied The Arts

1986-1990 Diploma, Apollo High School, Owensboro, Kentucky

Experience: 2007-Present: Developed Hauntsofowensboro Ghost Walk Tour Company. Developed President Abraham Lincoln Persona

Awards:

Lavega Clements History Award, 2009 Dean’s List, 2009 Brescia Student Services Outstanding Participant, 2009 Honorary Member of the Spurs 2012. Lifetime member of ALP.

Mr. Kevin Wood

333 S. Oak Park Ave. #2N
Oak Park, IL 60302-3549
abe@mrlincoln.com
708-948-7017 or (708) 979-3093

http://www.mrlincoln.com

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/MrLincolnKevinWood

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/MrLincoln_KWood

I am available for engagements year-round.

My motto is “Bringing history – and his story – to life!”  I do portrayals at schools, libraries, museums, senior residences, churches, civic events, historical events, etc.  I offer about a dozen programs including “A New Birth of Freedom” (basic historical program), “Lincoln as Story-Teller”, “Lincoln and Thanksgiving”, “Lincoln on the Gettysburg Address”, “Lincoln on Leadership”, “Lincoln on Education”, “Lincoln the Lawyer”, “Lincoln on Immigration”, etc.  I am a “multi-lingual Lincoln”, offering complete presentations in Spanish and more limited presentations in French and German.  See my website for more information, including a link to my blog (also multi-lingual): “Loathe to Close… Still!

Mr. Stephen Wood

43 Centennial St.
Claremont, NH 03743
nh_lincoln@pobox.com
(603) 542-6454

http://his-story.atspace.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Telling-His-Story-and-Hers-156876327665058/

Available year round.

Steve Wood has been portraying Lincoln at schools, libraries, historical societies and community events since 1995.

His program, “A Visit With Abraham Lincoln,” includes stories of Lincoln’s 1860 trip to New York City where he delivered his Cooper Union Address, and to New Hampshire to visit his son Robert at Phillips Exeter Academy.

He will tailor his program to specific audiences, including addressing soldiers at Civil War reenactments, students from kindergarten through high school, and adult groups.

Send an email to be put on mailing list or check their Facebook page at Telling His-Story (and Hers) for events listings.

Mr. Howard Wright

6 Foxcroft Lane
Canton, CT 06019
hwright@simplylincoln.com
(860) 693-2131

http://simplylincoln.com

I have been performing as Abraham Lincoln since 2005. Attired in authentic clothing, my delivery is finely tuned to give close approximation to how Lincoln sounded, and I only use verified source material for the programs.

I have performed for historical societies, schools, Civil War events, and the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center; please see my website for more details.

A Life Member of the ALP, I served as co-chair of the Connecticut Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission. It was a high honor for me to participate in the commissioning events of the USS ILLINOIS submarine in 2016.

Mr. Thomas Wright

104 Wildwood Dr.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
thomaswright8@comcast.net
(865) 482-1680

http://www.abelincolnoakridgetn.com

Mr. Rick Yarbrough

268 Creekside Dr.
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Downyridge@yahoo.com

Facebook:  The Lincoln Portrayers

Facebook:  Mr. Lincoln

Rick is a New and somewhat different presenter, as he Presents his self as a writer in his own quotes and Fictional stories about Mr. Lincoln, His pages on Facebook have very many views from the Public, Called Mr. Lincoln.

Rick can most always be met at Lincoln Days in October at Hodgenville in October, and around his city in some local advents.

Rick welcomes all viewers to his pages and comments are also welcome.