Actor Gordon Pinsent Reads from the Memoirs of Justin Bieber

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Gordon Pinsent, an accomplished Canadian thespian, offers his voice to the words of Justin Bieber. Verily, he makes Bieber seem like a man of great stature.

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@ShuggyShugs...i posted a thank you message to you for leading me to the hilarious Shatner & Walken vids - but it's being reviewed for something so isn't showing up yet.

@cuimhne...thank you too for the link. it's leading me to other similar vids. i appreciate your help.

@Palimpsest36...thank you too. through that link i was able to finally find what i was looking they are now doing these readings on stage - mostly in NY. however, there are oodles of videos of them on YouTube under the same name as the website. i can't wait to dig in and watch all of them...finally.

thanks to everyone that helped me out - i sincerely appreciate it.
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@ShuggyShugs...thank you! those were great - and that's EXACTLY the kind of thing i'm talking about.

when i was watching the clips you hooked me up with, which were great - again, thanks! - but i did watch Christopher Walken's reading of 'Poker Face' 3x. Shatner and Walken are both hilarious.

the only comedian whose name i remember from the show i'm looking for, is one of my faves, David Cross...but it's not the GoodP***y video. although that's really funny. as i remember, it was just a short segment near the end of the show. the comedian would be onstage with just a mic and a stool and they'd read from celebrity biographies. i remember someone reading Leona Helmsley's bio. any additional info or search words/phrase suggestions would be appreciated.

again, ShuggyShugs, thanks so much for taking the time to hook me up. much appreciation.

sorry for the long post - but i must find that show and this seems like my best shot.
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