Brooklyn born Sinatra impressionist, Vaughn Suponatime studied acting at The New York Academy of Theatrical Arts and The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York City. Vaughn then moved to Los Angeles and appeared multiple times on “The Tonight Show”. As a produced Hollywood comedy writer, Vaughn has written for the hit series “Golden Girls” and co-wrote several of “Gallagher’s Showtime Comedy Specials”.
Not only is Vaughn a Frank Sinatra look alike but his vocal range and timber make him a natural Sinatra sound alike as well. Using his strong resemblance to a young Frank Sinatra and his inherent love of “the chairman of the board’s” music, Vaughn would improvise a love song while the audience would swoon and yell out, “Frankie!”
When Vaughn performed at the historic Hollywood Palladium, the response was overwhelming. It was more than simply watching a Sinatra imitator; it was a re-creation of when young “Frankie” first opened the Hollywood Palladium with the Tommy Dorsey orchestra back in 1940.
In recognition of his contributions as a Frank Sinatra tribute artist, Vaughn has been awarded The International Celebrity Images “Classic Crooner Award,” The Southern California Motion Picture Councils “Bronze Halo” and “Jeannie Platinum” Awards and The Jeffrey Foundation’s “Frank Sinatra Sound Alike” Award.
Vaughn Suponatime is one of America's most requested Frank Sinatra impersonators. Vaughn’s performances span the musical career of "The Chairman of the board" from the Big Band days through the Rat Pack nights and beyond.