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->''"If life was fair, Elvis would be alive and all the impersonators would be dead."''
-->-- '''Johnny Carson'''

Most often can be found overseeing marriages in UsefulNotes/LasVegas, the Elvis Impersonator (a subtype of CelebrityImpersonator) usually dresses and acts like late era Music/ElvisPresley: portly, with an exaggerated pompadour hairdo, wearing a ridiculously pimped out jacket, and [[CatchPhrase fond of saying]] "thankyewverymuch".

Impersonators of "young" Elvis (i.e. wearing the gold lamé suit) do exist but, for whatever reason, are [[RealityIsUnrealistic not as common]] in fiction.

A subtrope of this appears a lot in Dubs of Japanese media. Because the pompadour is considered DelinquentHair and most associated with bike gangs, a lot of minor or comedic villains get that hairstyle. In the process of dubbing, they're often turned into ([[Creator/ConanOBrien nearly]]) the only thing Westerners associate with pompadours. Additionally, Elvis [[BigInJapan has always been very popular in Japan]].

Wiki/TheOtherWiki lists three types of Elvis impersonators -- look-alikes, sound-alikes, and combinations -- who tend to be either professionals, amateurs, JustForFun types, or those who do their routines for {{comedy}} and/or {{parody}}. They also state that the earliest known Elvis impersonator was a Canadian teenager who started making stage appearances in 1956.

ElvishPresley is the [[InsaneTrollLogic totally logical]] subtrope where the impersonator is an elf.


* One ''Progressive'' commercial ends with an Elvis impersonator as one of the customers.
* A Dejope bingo casino commercial in Madison, Wisconsin area has several Elvis impersonators getting haircuts.
* A State Farm commercial has two Elvises (Elvii?) get into a fender-bender and summon their respective agents by singing Elvis-style. Then two other Elvises come into the scene and summon ''their'' agents in even more over the top manners.
* One Advertising/SeattleMariners ad showed pitcher Felix Hernandez (aka "King Felix") dressed as a variety of different kings. One of them was the King of Rock 'n Roll.

[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': the second arc's BigBad Etemon. He had some rockstar traits even before the dub, but in English he's pure Elvis.
* One of these, named Chikara, appeared in a {{Filler}} episode of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. (The one where a princess named Fuku gained some weight out of binge-eating and needed Ino, her once IdenticalStranger, to pose as her on the day she was supposed to meet her fiance for the first time.) Turns out this particular Elvis-wannabe is actually a prince... and a ChubbyChaser.
* Headmaster Hellvis from ''Manga/HellsAngels'' is one, as his name implies. [[spoiler:He's also the biblical Cain.]]
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'':
** The dub version of Ojama King talked like Elvis.
** Minor character Sangre Guerrero was a Latino professional duelist who used GratuitousSpanish. Due to his pompadour and outfit that looked similar to Elvis', the English dub changed him to Elroy Prescot, a Memphis professional duelist who talked like Elvis.
* In the dub version of ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'', Noboru acts like one, adapted for the dub as a result of his pompador hairstyle. (Ironically, Noboru is a "Heavystrong" duelist, one who tries not to move from his spot during an Action Duel, making his style ''very'' unlike Elvis.)

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* From the British comic magazine ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', Les Pretend's dad has Elvis Impersonation as a hobby.
* Parodied in ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules'', when the titular hero and his sidekick traveled to Hades through a giant casino for dead people in UsefulNotes/LasVegas.
--->'''Elder Woman:''' ''You are the best Elvis Impersonator I've ever seen.''
--->'''Real Elvis:''' ''Yeah...Impersonator.''
* And one of the villains in ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'' is an Elvis impersonator who learned magic and dubbed himself "SPELLVIS"
* Though we never see him in his Elvis get up Sangrecco from ''ComicBook/MesmoDelivery'' does this as a hobby and claims not only to have won a competition in the past but that he would have made "A better Elvis than Elvis"
* One shows up in ''ComicBook/{{ABC Warriors}}'' and proceeds to hit on Morrigun, an Amazonian {{Fembot}}. It does not go well for him.
* Likely taking a cue from ''Film/BubbaHoTep'', the main character in ''[[http://www.blackliststudios.com/ King]]'' is a retired Elvis-themed luchador whose current career is a freelance bounty hunter specializing in dealing with the undead.
* In ''13 Rue del Percebe'' ("13 of Barnacle Street"), a comic by Francisco Ibáñez -the author of ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon''-, one gag has a MadScientist and a Frankenstein-like monster that in one case appears dressed ''a la'' Elvis complete with hairdo.

[[folder:Film - Animated]]
* An Elvis Presley-esque RV shows up at the Piston Cup races in Disney/Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}''.
* Chanticleer from ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle''.
* There was one in ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGoToHeaven2''.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBossBaby'', Tim and the Boss Baby need to get to Las Vegas, fortunately a group of several of these appearing in the airport turn out to be their ticket, as they're all going to a convention in Las Vegas. They end up dressing up as one, and are later pursued by another, who is working as an enforcer for the BigBad.
* In ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppiesAndTheLegendOfBigPaw'', Marvin [=McNasty=]'s VillainSong "The King of Everything" for some reason has him turn into an Elvis impersonator near the end.

[[folder:Film - Live-Action]]
* ''Film/ThreeThousandMilesToGraceland'' concerned a robbery during an Elvis impersonator convention, with the perps dressed as Elvis (the better to blend in). Although two of them are later revealed to literally be the illegitimate children of Elvis.
* One segment of the film ''Aria'' has an Elvis impersonator lip-synching Verdi's "La donna è mobile", from the opera ''Rigoletto''.
* ''Film/BubbaHoTep'': Bruce Campbell plays the ''real'' Elvis, who had become bored with his life so he switched his identity with an Elvis Impersonator. It was the impersonator who died in 1977, but Elvis lost all legal ties to his old identity in a barbecue accident. Well, that, or he plays Sebastian Haff, an aging Elvis impersonator who's convinced himself that the above is true as a result of old age, dementia and loneliness. The film never says which one is true.
* ''Film/HoneymoonInVegas'' had the [[ItsRainingMen Flying Elvises]] (Utah Chapter). There's also the [[http://flyingelvi.com/ Flying Elvi]], which were the Elvises of the movie who decided to continue doing it [[{{Defictionalized}} for real]].
** Speaking of Elvis and Nicolas Cage, his performance in Creator/DavidLynch's ''Film/WildAtHeart'' is pretty much an Elvis impersonation played straight.
* In ''Film/IntoTheNight'', Diana goes to her brother Charlie (an Elvis impersonator) for help, and he throws her out of his house.
-->'''Diana:''' Elvis wouldn't do this! And I knew him!
-->'''Charlie:''' You didn't know him. You may have fucked him, but you didn't know him!
* One shows up in the background in ''Film/{{Redline}}''.
* Invoked in the US ''Film/{{Godzilla 1998}}'', where French secret service agent Philippe Roche, played by Jean Reno, manages to pass for an American with a credible Elvis impression. "He was the King."
* Cult film ''Film/SixStringSamurai'' had "The Red Elvises", a whole band of ''[[DirtyCommies communist]]'' Elvis impersonators.
* Quebec film ''Elvis Gratton'' has the titular character, a crass, boorish french-canadian Archie Bunker-type, used at the time as a satire of many Quebecois' lack of pride in themselves, contentment with mediocrity and self-loathing (most of us who are self-aware will freely admit how messed-up we are psychosocially). Of course, he takes part in an impersonator contest, which include among others a chinese impersonator (Elvis Wong), prompting a racist tirade from Gratton.
* In ''Film/{{Dudes}}'', an impersonator who goes by the name of [[JustForPun Dared Elvis]] is something of a TricksterMentor to the lead characters.
* The titular character in ''Eddie Presley''.
* In ''Film/IndependenceDay'', as Steve Hiller and David Levinson escape the alien mothership, Hiller shouts, "Elvis has left the building!" to which Levinson follows up with, "Thank you, thank you very much!"
* In ''Film/SharknadoThe4thAwakens'', when Las Vegas is hit by a sharknado, the heroes attempt to drive to safety. Fin nearly hits an Elvis impersonator, but manages to avoid him.

* Craig Shaw Gardner's short story ''A Planet Called Elvis'' takes place on a resort planet filled with Elvis impersonators.
* Not really an impersonator, Creator/RobertRankin's 'Armageddon Trilogy' featured [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy the real Elvis traveling through time]] with a sprout, [[IknowKarate knowing Karate]], which went with the [[BadassBiker 'sickle]] and an [[GatlingGood amazing rotary machine gun like Blaine had in Predator]].
* In Literature/TimeScout, ''Wagers of Sin'', during a discussion of the Church of Elvis, Malcolm does a fairly good rendition of "Heartbreak Hotel", finishing it with "[[CatchPhrase thankyouverymuch]]".
* In Creator/JohnGrisham's novel ''The Firm'', Tammy Hemphill's truck driver ex-husband ''actually believes'' he's Elvis come back to life. He even changed his name to Elvis Aaron Hemphill and moved the family to Memphis (the main setting of the story) so he could be closer to Graceland. His role in the book is more substantial than in [[Film/TheFirm the movie version]] where he is relegated to having little more than a cameo.
* In Creator/RobertRMcCammon's ''Gone South'', a bounty hunter is unwillingly partnered with an apprentice who dresses like Elvis.
* [=PN=] Elrod's short story "All Shook Up" involves Rick Cooper, who was born with the vibe (the ability to read people) and no clue how to shut it off, so he works as an Elvis tribute artist as a buffer to ensure he mostly gets good vibes coming his way.
* Rodney Dangerfield recounts his experience meeting Elvis in Las Vegas and talking with an impersonator in his autobiography.
-->''"Years ago when you spent $25 to see a show, you saw a star. These days, you pay $50 to see someone impersonate a star."''
* In the ''Literature/DrakeMaijstral'' series by Walter Jon Williams, the not-exactly-hostile alien empire which conquered Earth decided to accept Elvis as a divine figure, so, not only is dressing and singing and moving like Elvis now considered a religious activity, performed by priests of his church, but many of the impersonator-priests are aliens of various species, some of whom are not-at-all built for grinding their hips like that.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* An Elvis impersonator ends up as a murder suspect in ''Series/{{CSI}}''.
* A trio briefly appear in ''Series/BabylonFive''. Zack Allen has just had a visit from [=PsiCop=], Bester, and is already fazed by his situation and decides to leave before anymore interesting figures walk through the door.
-->'''Allen:''' With my luck it'll be the Second Coming. And I'm still three commandments short on my penance.
-->''[cue [[StealthPun three Elvis Impersonators]] walking in just as he leaves]''
* Albert (of all people) dresses as one as part of a scam in the ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' episode "Big Daddy Calling".
* On ''Series/LoisAndClark'', Editor-in-chief Perry White was re-imagined as an Elvis nut. He inevitably dressed up as the King at one point, serenading his cleaning lady while under the effects of a love potion. (Her husband punched Perry out in the middle of "Burning Love".)
* An episode of ''Series/TheWeakestLink'' had Elvis impersonators as contestants, including the Latino Elvis, "El Vez".
* Series/SledgeHammer once had to disguise as one to solve a case, the case was about someone killing Elvis impersonators. 15 Elvis killed in three weeks!
* Jarod befriended one (played by Franchise/MetalGear's Paul Eiding) on ''Series/ThePretender'' when he was working at a casino.
* Sort of a weird one: On ''Series/RedDwarf'', "Waxworld", the crew pops into the middle of a war between good and evil waxdroids - wax androids originally intended to be part of a theme park, but who had broken their programming. A waxdroid Elvis was on the good side.
* On ''Series/FatherTed'', Ted, Dougal and Jack won a contest by all impersonating Elvis at different points in his life.
* There was an episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' where an impersonator got to meet the real (very young, not yet famous) Elvis, and then [[spoiler:killed Elvis by accident and took his place]]. [[labelnote:Possibly inspired by]] Creator/MichaelMoorcock's short story, later novel, ''Behold the Man'' - although that was not about Elvis, but Jesus![[/labelnote]]
* The short lived Canadian series ''TakingTheFalls'' had an episode that strongly implied that the real (but not dead) Elvis was hiding out at a convention of Elvis impersonators.
* One episode of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' involved a Halloween party, and ThoseTwoGuys, Bulk and Skull, actually considered Elvis costumes; Skull as young Elvis and Bulk as "Vegas" Elvis. They wound up rejecting the idea and eventually went as "punks" instead (read: [[ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself themselves]] - [[RuleOfFunny not that they realized this]]).
** ''Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy'' had an ''evil'' Elvis Impersonator… Sort of. The MonsterOfTheWeek called Radster was sort of a lobster/scorpion hybrid, but he had an Elvis-like pompadour, and spoke with the King’s distinctive accent and syntax. (It’s unlikely that his SuperSentai equivalent was the same, but still…)
* Showed up on one episode of ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', when a mix-up had them accidentally invited to Sophia's quickie wedding. One of them was played by Creator/QuentinTarantino (!).
* Sheriff Aaron Viva of ''Series/TheAdventuresOfBriscoCountyJr'' bore a very close resemblance to Elvis, right down to the fried banana sandwiches and sunglasses he'd invented himself.
* No big shocker that the pilot episode of ''Memphis Beat'' was '''crawling''' with these, to the point of being a visual RunningGag.
* [[SeriousBusiness Really big]] Elvis fan Jesse Katsopolis briefly worked as one in an early ''Series/FullHouse'' episode.
* One of the [[{{Whammy}} Whammies]] on the original ''Series/PressYourLuck'' was clearly modeled on Elvis (and injured himself during his hip shake). You can find him at the end of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnTbO26u9bQ this collection of Whammies]].
* In an episode of ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', Peggy sees Elvis at the local mall. Several Elvis-sighting chasers arrive at her house to celebrate, accompanied by a line of Elvis impersonators-- "Asian Elvis, Black Elvis, handicapped Elvis..."
-->'''Peggy''': Look Al, Elvi!
* Either an impersonator or The King himself makes an appearance in ''Series/GoodEats'' in the cheesecake episode to explain that the dessert is actually a custard pie.
* Played with in an early episode of ''Series/{{Sliders}}''. One of the Earths the group visits is a world where Rembrandt was The King instead of Elvis, but died young, and there are loads of Rembrandt Impersonators. Rembrandt-Prime reveals himself and almost stays on that world to live a life of luxury, [[spoiler:but it turns out the Rembrandt of that world wasn't really dead; he just faked his death to get away from it all.]]
* On an episode of ''Series/CornerGas'', it's revealed that Oscar and Emma had never been married. Near the end of the episode, at their rehearsal dinner, it was revealed that they ''are'' married, but had lied to cover up their embarrassing "Elvis wedding". The townspeople all agree that being married by a guy dressed as Elvis isn't such a big deal and proceed to enjoy the dinner. Later, Oscar and Emma are seen burning their wedding photos in a fire. [[spoiler:They're the ones dressed as Elvis. Both of them.]]
* In a first-season episode of ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', Marshall, Lily, and Barney end up hanging out with Korean Elvis one night.
* On ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' Bobby Munson is an Elvis Impersonator in addition to being a Badass outlaw biker with a sizable body count. When another impersonator tries to steal his gig, he has the guy savagely beaten.
* On ''Series/{{Castle}}'', in the episode "Heartbreak Hotel", Castle, Ryan, and Esposito are in Atlantic City investigating a murder during a convention. They get kicked out by the casino manager, and Castle's plan for sneaking back in involves going full Elvis. Including Esposito as 'brown Elvis', or "Elv''ez''".
* [[SmartGuy Emil Hamilton]] of all people turns into one during a WhatDidIDoLastNight plotline involving magically-spiked champagne on ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. [[HiddenDepths Seriously.]]

* Music/JimmyBuffett's song "Elvis Imitators" is sung in that Elvis Presley-fake-mumble and includes the lyrics:
-->''Well I'm an an Elvis imitator and I just can't stop''''Imitating Elvis from the bottom to the top''
--> ''I imitate the way he walked, the way he smiled''
--> ''I throw away my scarf and make the crowd go wild''
--> ''This imitation Elvis may not be the king''
--> ''But baby I'm the next best thing!''
* Tortelvis, lead singer of spoof rock band Dread Zeppelin.
* The music video for "Waking Up In Vegas" features Music/KatyPerry and her LoveInterest being married by an Elvis impersonator. The lyrics themselves also reference this trope:
--> ''Did we get hitched last night''
--> ''dressed up like Elvis--''
--> ''why am I wearing your class ring?''
* Mitch Benn's ''Everybody's Elvis'' and ''If Elvis Were A Northerner''. The former is based on the statistic that, if Elvis impersonators expand at the current rate, they'll comprise a third of the population before long; the latter is based on an OopNorth Elvis impersonator who said "I'm just like Elvis would be, if he came from Yorkshire".
-->''If he did his quiff with chip fat and he couldn't really sing,\\
If Elvis were a Northerner, I'd be just like the king.''
** For the purposes of these songs, and other Elvis pastiches, Mitch himself is a sound-alike Elvis impersonator. He also takes on the role in the "Ask Elvis" slot on BBC Radio 2's ''Steve Wright Show''.
* Music/BonJovi's music video for ''It's my life'' have a group of 4 Elvis impersonators who the main character bump with.
* Music/PhilOchs had a gold lamé suit made and wore it on the cover of the ironically-titled ''Greatest hits''. To his everlasting woe, he also wore it onstage, incurring [[DeadHorseGenre no shortage of hisses and boos]]. According to the singer, the album name and Elvis getup were intended as a shout-out to early rock stars, and a self-effacing gesture of indebtedness to them; Critics saw it as further evidence of Och's [[TheManIsStickingItToTheMan conflicted identity]], futilely trying to be both "Elvis Presley and Che Guevara."
* Music/CarrieUnderwood's song "Last Name" about getting drunk and married to a stranger contains the line "Dreamin' 'bout Elvis somewhere in Vegas."
* Danish band the Cartoons, best known for a cover of ''Witch Doctor'', included a pair of busty female Elvis impersonators.
* The Music/ManicStreetPreachers mock one of these in the opener to their album ''Everything Must Go'', "Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier".

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In a show for the Army, ''ComicStrip/BeetleBailey'', Sergeant Snorkel and General Halftrack became Elvis impersonators. Bailey was introduced as Young Elvis, Sarge as Old Elvis and General Halftrack as ''Dead'' Elvis.
* In a ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' arc, ''[[ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}} Scott Adams]]'' of all people is portrayed as an Elvis caricature, down to the silly Kung-fu and death via drug overdose (on the toilet). Incidentally, [[BitingTheHandHumor guess who helped the strip's author break into the syndicated comics business to begin with...]]

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* [[Wrestling/HonkyTonkMan The Honky Tonk Man]] in the [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]]
-->''Rollover Elvis! Let the Honky Tonk Man show you how to rock & roll!''
-->''Elvis who? He couldn't carry a tune if it had handles on it!''
* During a 2001 episode of Raw in Memphis, Wrestling/{{Edge}} and Wrestling/{{Christian}} came to the ring as "Fat Elvis" and "Really Fat Elvis".
* For a short time after it debuted, Wrestling/{{TNA}} had a stable of Elvis impersonators in their high-flying X Division. They were dubbed -- what else? -- The Flying Elvises.
* In Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s territorial wrestling parody ''Southpaw Regional Wrestling'', Wrestling/HeathSlater plays "The Impressive" Pelvis Wesley. Like everything in ''SRW'', the impression is [[StylisticSuck deliberately poor]]: Slater doesn't attempt the voice, the wig he wears is utterly terrible, and his red beard doesn't help the resemblance any.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''MagicTheGathering'' has a card named ''[[ElvishPresley Elvish Impersonators]]''. ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin; Elvis impersonators with pointed ears.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/{{Civilization}} 1'' and ''2'', the "Entertainers" who boost Luxury in cities are represented by Elvis heads. On higher difficulties, the Luxury stat will be the bane of your existence; entire cities will ''revolt'' if deprived of a single day of hip shaking.
* In the original ''VideoGame/{{Grand Theft Auto|Classic}}'', you'd sometimes come across wandering rows of Hare Krishnas [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential you could run over for a quick bonus]]. In the sci-fi sequel, ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto2 GTA2]]'', they were replaced with... wandering rows of Elvis Impersonators.
** In ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', you can see plenty of Elvis Impersonators in [[UsefulNotes/LasVegas Las Venturas]]. The game actually keeps track of how many you've killed. Sometimes they converse. ("Do ya ever feel like someone is copying your style?") There is also a cheat that turns all pedestrians into Elvis Impersonators.
*** One in particular chimes in during the Madd Dogg suicide mission. "Jump! Look what [[DeadArtistsAreBetter dying did for my career!]]"
** A CosmeticAward in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoLibertyCityStories''. Achieving 100% completion unlocks an Elvis outfit for Toni to wear.
** Also, Paulie Sindacco, one of the main antagonists in Liberty City Stories IS an Elvis Impersonator, while the rest of the Sindacco Family in the game are styled after GreaserDelinquents.
* Maxi from the VideoGame/SoulSeries dresses similarly to Elvis, but is otherwise a BruceLeeClone. Naturally, one of this {{fan nickname}}s is ''Nunchaku Elvis''.
* Shima Sakon as depicted in the ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' series has the hairdo and a couple of Elvis-inspired lines, at least in the English version.
* One of the {{Nice Hat}}s you can now get in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' is "The Hound Dog"--it turns [[TheBigGuy the Heavy]] into an Elvis impersonator.
* In ''VideoGame/ThemeHospital'', this is a disease that is cured by a [[TheShrink Psychologist]].
* In ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', you can get an anthropomorphic dog with a Pompadour hairdo as a familiar. He is a DanceBattler. This is a direct shoutout to Elvis' song "You Ain't Nothing But A Hound Dog"
* In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', the entire gang "The Kings" is like this, although only the head honcho (who confusingly enough calls himself The King) and his NumberTwo do the voice, because the holotapes of Elvis himself broke a good while ago. Because it's a couple hundred years AfterTheEnd, nobody actually remembers who "The King" is, but after finding a school filled with memorabilia, instructions on how to act like him, and a metric ton of hair gel, [[AllHailTheGreatGodMickey they figured it]] '''[[AllHailTheGreatGodMickey must]]''' [[AllHailTheGreatGodMickey be a place of worship]] and they'd keep his memory alive. [[FromACertainPointOfView They're not wrong, per se...]]
** Uniquely, they're all very specifically impersonating young, slender, handsome Elvis -- many Kings (including the King's right-hand man, Pacer) wear replicas of his outfit from "Jailhouse Rock," for instance. Given that the world of ''Fallout'' had never really moved on from the Fifties, it's understandable.
** The best part is that, although they're admittedly weird as hell, ''they're the nicest group in the Mojave''. They build their lives around the idea that ''every'' man can be a king. One suspects Elvis would approve.
* ''[[VideoGame/TraumaCenter Trauma Team]]'' has [[http://images.wikia.com/traumacentergame/images/b/b7/Hank_Freebird.jpg Hank Freebird.]]
* An early villain in ''VideoGame/FossilFighters Champions'' is named Rockin' Billy, and talks in extremely exaggerated Elvis references.
* The final boss in ''VideoGame/LollipopChainsaw'', Killabilly, is one of these. An eighty-foot-tall, homicidal one, but still an Elvis impersonator. Fat Elvis, specifically.
-->''I love you like I love cheeseburgers!''
* Wandering weirdo Big Joe in the original ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}''. He encounters the party in the game's most bizarre moments: During the Aveh tournament he is a crowd favorite, accepting thrown confetti (and HP) from the audience; he cons 5000 G from you in the Nortune Civil Block; he plays cards against you on Yggdrasil when you visit Thames; he is a prisoner in the Ethos HQ; while Shevat is under attack he is found in the air ducts pondering his life; and he is a boogie dancer in the Level 2 area of Etrenank. At the end of the game, he provides a SoundTest with the aid of an antique jukebox.
-->"Hey, it's Joe Time!!"
** A somewhat hidden fact in the game is that Big Joe is thousands of years old, a survivor of the Zeboim civilisation, and his real name was Joey Balboa. A five-time hit movie star, NBA Player, Baseball Champ, Tennis Pro and Pulitzer prize winner, he [[DeathByFallingOver tripped during one of his numerous prize ceremonies]] and suffered brain damage, [[NapoleonDelusion believing himself to be Elvis]].
* The first ''VideoGame/{{ClayFighter}}'' game has Blue Suede Goo, who uses his giant hair to fight and says "thankyewverymuch!" upon winning.
* ''VideoGame/ChoAniki'' has Sabu, a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot robotic ship that's basically Elvis crossed with a pagoda]].
* The downgraded (read: Playstation 2 and Nintendo Wii) versions of ''VideoGame/GuitarHero III'' have Elroy Budvis, an unlockable character whose bio says he was inspired by a rock legend (no prizes for guessing who) to become a rockstar himself. He doesn't appear in the seventh-gen versions.
* In ''VideoGame/MapleStory'', the town of Amoria – where players can marry their characters – has Wayne, an Elvis impersonator who runs the small chapel, based on the typical Vegas 24-hour chapel. (Unlike a real one, using it requires ''some'' preparation and a reservation, just not as much as the large chapel.)
* One is present inside the Golden Grin Casino in ''VideoGame/PAYDAY2''. You get an achievement if you kill him and finish the job without raising the alarm. You can become one yourself with the "The King" mask (an Elvis wig and shades), unlocked via a separate Golden Grin achievement.
* The male costume of the "[[TheBard Performer]]" [[JobSystem job]] in ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault'' is a "young Elvis" version: a white, fringed Nehru jumpsuit with red trim, open to the navel.
* The ''[[VideoGame/SpaceQuestVTheNextMutation Space Quest V]]'' manual mentions Elvis sightings [[ElvisHasLeftThePlanet throughout the galaxy]], until an Elvis impersonator is spotted behind the counter of a Monolith Burger. This is revealed to be a gimmick to promote the new Monolith Burger Banana Sandwich Combo.

* ''Webcomic/TheFoxSister'': Both Alex and Yun Hee are huge Elvis fans, and Alex likes to impersonate him - with mixed results.
-->'''Alex''': I won my unit's Elvis impersonator contest. Twice.
-->'''Yun Hee''': The judges must have been very kind to you.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Yakko Warner from ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' did it in one scene (although he wasn't fat) where he was sitting at a piano and introducing something.
* One is found in the episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' where Timmy wished that he was the strongest person on the beach.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Tutenstein}}'', Tut visited a CONVENTION of Elvis Impersonators.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' cartoon ''Lord of the Beans,'' Larry the Cucumber does his traditional Silly Song, while playing the fearless ranger Ear-a-corn. He dons fake elf ears and sings "Silly Songs With Elves," while wearing a suspiciously familiar bouffant wig and sparkling jumpsuit. The song is interrupted by elven archer Leg-o-lamb, who pulls off one of the ears and declares, "I knew it! You're not a real elf -- you're an elvish impersonator!"
* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'' is Elvis in looks (except for the hair color) and mannerisms ([[CasanovaWannabe though quite a bit less successful with the ladies]]).
** Worth noting: Elvis was a natural blond. He started dying his hair in high school. [[GeniusBonus Makes sense now, doesn't it?]]
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Cyberchase}}'' had The Hacker take over Happily-Ever-After as their king, and couldn't decide on which historical king he should dress up as, so he decides to dress up as Elvis as a result of this.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/StuntDawgs'' had Fungus buy a casino and hire Whiz Kid as an Elvis Impersonator. His act was of Elvis dying.
* A fat Elvis Impersonator shows up in ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'''s second movie, trying to woo Bloom. Last we see him, he had just copped a feel on Bloom's butt, and is running with his pants on fire and chased by Bloom's Dragon Fury spell.
* The WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck episode "Paraducks" had a pair of robber brothers like this from when Darkwing was a kid; the elder brother and leader of the little gang had a guitar that could do a fair amount of damage. This turned out to be a case of a NotSoHarmlessVillain when the present day Darkwing's attempts to thwart their robbery let them take over St. Canard.
* In ''WesternAnimation/EdEddnEddy''[='=]s Boo Haw Haw, Eddy dresses up as a zombie Elvis. He doesn't really act much like Elvis, though.
* ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'': One episode had an Elvis {{expy}} named [[AlliterativeName Purvis Parker]] and the gang met one of his impersonators.
* In the pilot episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'', June has a GenieInABottle in her backpack who is dressed like Elvis (but doesn't act like him).
* On ''Literature/LittlePrincess'', the Prime Minister's costume in "I Want to Dress Up" is this, complete with an awful attempt at "All Shook Up."
* In ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', as the former was using Elvis as a role model to make the latter into a "model citizen" as seen in a montage, it eventually culminates into Stitch dressed as Elvis playing "(You're the) Devil in Disguise" on guitar impressing the beachgoers... [[BlindingCameraFlash until they start taking pictures of him]]. Stitch also impersonates Elvis again several times (to varying degrees) in two of the [[Disney/LiloAndStitch2StitchHasAGlitch sequel]] [[WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch films]] and in some episodes of ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries''.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravedaleHigh'' episode "Night of the Living Dad", the invisible student Sid spends the entire episode impersonating Elvis Presley.

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* Creator/AndyKaufman, Elvis's favorite [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r59AWfhwpPg Elvis Impersonator]].
** To give an idea of how this worked in his act: Andy would go on stage already in his Foreign Man character and give a series of [[BadImpressionists terrible impressions]], mostly consisting of "Hello, I am [person x]" in the same "foreign person" voice. Then, just as he was about to completely lose the audience, he would announce his Elvis impression. When he turned around, Foreign Man was completely gone and replaced with a completely flawless Elvis.
** Not only was his Elvis impression absolutely spot-on, but he also pre-dated the "impersonator" trend.
-->''[[Music/{{REM}} Hey, Andy did you hear about this one? Tell me, are you locked in the punch?]]''
-->''Hey, Andy, are you goofing on Elvis? Hey, baby. Are we losing touch?''
* [[http://elvistrooper.com/ TK-4321]], the Elvis Trooper. Yep. There's an Elvis [[Franchise/StarWars Stormtrooper]]; he's part of the 501st Legion, the ''Star Wars'' villain costuming group. Sometimes he's [[Franchise/IndianaJones Indiana]] Elvis, [[Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} Ghostbuster]] Elvis, or Elvis Solo.
* An old joke about Elvis claims that, shortly before his death, he entered an Elvis Impersonation contest without giving his name and came in third place. The joke was originally published by the ''Magazine/WeeklyWorldNews'' (not a reliable periodical by any means) and has been misunderstood to be factual by people who do not know the source. The origins of the joke may have originated with Creator/CharlieChaplin, who actually ''did'' enter a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest once, and was believed to have come in third.
* San Diego musician Mojo Nixon had a song some thirty years ago titled "(619) 239-KING," which was a hotline for people to report Elvis sightings.
* Creator/IsaoSasaki began his musical career as an Elvis impersonator, thanks to his BadassBaritone voice and Elvis's aforementioned popularity in Japan.
* Taggish Elvis, who lives in Canada's Yukon Territory.