Instead of hiring a couple dozen voice-over artists for its next feature-length film, Disney can save itself a whole lot of money by just hiring one guy: Brian Esposito.
Brian works as a “singing waiter” at Ellen’s Stardust Diner in New York’s Times Square, but that’s surely just a day job until Hollywood comes calling. Chances are he already has some offers on the table now that word has spread about one of his impressive performances last month.
He performs the opening scene in “Beauty and the Beast,” where we are introduced to Belle’s “provincial town” and some of its inhabitants. This singing waiter sings “Little Town” in the voice of each of the multiple characters introduced in the scene. It’s nothing short of amazing!
“This guy’s ability to switch between characters so quickly and smoothly is beyond impressive! Crazy talented,” one viewer noted.
“I had to listen to a couple of seconds of the original to make sure that it wasn’t dubbed. This was amazing!” another wrote.
The video’s been viewed hundreds of thousands of times since it was uploaded in mid-December and surely portends a bright future for this talented young man. (He’s now on a mission to get on the Ellen Show, which we would love to see.)
Check out his performance in the video below, and be sure to share if you agree this guy’s going places!