Roger Kabler

Roger Kabler is an American actor.

Roger Kabler
OccupationActor, Director

CareerEdit

In early 1990s ads, Kabler was known as the fedora-wearing "Zima guy". Aside from the fedora, his gimmick involved replacing "S" sounds with "Z" sounds, reinforcing the slogan "Zomething different."

On television, Kabler appeared as a member of the reperatory company on CBS' The Carol Burnett Show in 1991. The next season, he landed the lead role of Bobby Soul in the short-lived NBC sitcom Rhythm & Blues.[1][2]

As a celebrity impersonator, Kabler is known for his impression of Robin Williams and Jon Lovitz.

FilmographyEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The fall 1992 TV preview: Thursday". Entertainment Weekly. 1992-09-11. Retrieved 2011-08-01.
  2. ^ Braxton, Greg (1992-10-04). "African-Americans are increasingly welcome in prime time, but some observers say the new shows fail to rise above stereotypes". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2011-08-01.

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