Fator claims his bosses at the Mirage Hotel & Casino told him, "This political season is very, very, very rough and it’s going to get nastier."
Famed ventriloquist Terry Fator has been accused of elder abuse by his mother and not answering lingering questions about his sister’s death.
The grand finale of "America’s Got Talent" came down to the two youngest competitors, 10-year-old singer Angelica Hale and 12-year-old ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer. But in the end, there could only be one winner — and America chose Darci Lynne.
Jeff Dunham's 15-plus invocations of the F word in "Relative Disaster" are bound to light up ventriloquist message boards.
'America’s Got Talent' fans got to see some familiar faces during the live results show Wednesday night, including Terry Fator, Mat Franco, and Paul Zerdin.
Comedy Central will air Jeff Dunham’s latest special Unhinged in Hollywood on Sunday night, which is excuse enough for me to review the new, two-disc, super-sized DVD release of I’m No Dummy, one of the best documentaries ever made about ventriloquism, featuring Dunham, Jay Johnson, Terry Fator, and other significant practitioners of this wonderful art. Dummy works as both a history of ventriloquism as told by its practitioners and as full-scale profiles of Dunham, Johnson, and Lynn Trefzger. If you rummage around on YouTube, can find clips of classic performers like Edgar Bergan, Senor Wences, Jimmy Nelson, Paul Winchell, and vents more obscure, but Dummy does a good job of gathering many of the best bits from 20th-century ventriloquism. What the documentary captures most incisively is the feeling every practitioner of ventriloquism seems to possess in varying degrees: That what they’re doing is a scorned, ignored, or even disliked form of entertainment.