Jack White in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)
AMC Movie List

Elvis Impersonators

Don’t be cruel. Which actor channels the King the best?

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1 Kurt Russell in 300 Miles to Graceland (2001)
Russell outshines all of his fellow impersonators, Kevin Costner, in just one of many Elvis portrayals on his resume.
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2 Harvey Keitel in Finding Graceland (1998)
He may look silly in his blue sequined jumpsuit, but Keitel delivers an incredibly moving portrayal of true Elvis fandom.
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3 Bruce Campbell in Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
The actor delivers the heck out of Presley's famous "Thank you, thank you very much" at the end of this cult flick.
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4 Jim Carrey in Man on the Moon (1999)
Not only does the comedian mimic the King, he mimics Andy Kaufman doing the King - no mean feat.
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5 Val Kilmer in True Romance (1993)
As Christian Slater's weird shadow, "the Mentor," Kilmer captures the crooner's distinctive cadence to eery perfection.
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6 Nicolas Cage in Wild at Heart (1990)
In David Lynch's bizarre neo-noir, Cage caps off his subtle Elvis ode by singing "Love Me Tender" to Laura Dern.
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7 Stitch in Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Young blue alien Stitch dons an adorably tiny white jumpsuit to perform Elvis songs on the ukelele.
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8 Jack White in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)
The rootsy rocker nails the King's famously indecipherable speech patterns in a nimble comedic turn.
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