A veteran Las Vegas performer, Danny Gans was often known as the "Man of Many Voices" for his ability to imitate other singers like Tony Bennett and Sarah Vaughan. He would utilize this chameleon-like skill to cultivate a career in show business, appearing on the series Silk Stalkings, and in the 1992 TV movie Sinatra, in which he played Dean Martin. In the '90s, Gans developed a Vegas stage act that included music, comedy, and impressions, and his notoriety steadily increased over the years as he appeared at numerous hotels and casinos. By the 2000s, Gans was a star of the strip and a heavily sought-after performer. Sadly, he died at his home in 2009 at the age of 52.