UK - Award-winning impressionist Jon Culshaw will be the host for this year's UK Pensions Awards, created by IPN's sister title Professional Pensions.
Culshaw – who is widely regarded as the best young impressionist in the UK – first made international headlines by calling the switchboard of 10 Downing Street and fooling the operators with his “William Hague” impression.
Culshaw has been a star member of the much acclaimed Radio 4 series, ‘Dead Ringers’ and recorded a television version for BBC 1. Other work includes ‘Spitting Image’ where he provided the voices to over 40 characters.
The UK Pensions Awards’ winners will be announced at a glittering gala dinner at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday, March 31.
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