Danny Gans

gans1October 25, 1956 – May 1, 2009

Dubbed “The Man of Many Voices,” Daniel Davies Gans was a comedian, singer and impressionist who gained a significant amout of fame in Las Vegas where he performed in his own shows for over a dozen years. Gans was known for his vocal impressions of many top celebrities and was named Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year eleven straight times. Prior to entering show business, Danny played baseball in college and in the Chicago White Sox organization. He also appeared in a couple of movies, most notably the 1988 Kevin Costner classic, Bull Durham. In 2009, Danny Gans died of an adverse reaction to a medication he was taking. He was 52.

Burial

Palm Valley View Memorial Park – Las Vegas, NV

Specific Location

Meditation Columbarium; Enter this section (which is just south of the main parking lot) and there are two half-wall sized blocks of niches, Danny and his parents are interred on the back side of the right-hand block.

UPDATE 10/30/2013 – DANNY’S REMAINS HAVE BEEN RELOCATED TO FOREST LAWN GLENDALE. BECAUSE, WHY NOT?

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