Elon Gold is a comedian, television writer, and actor. A noted impressionist, Elon has made a name for himself with his pitch-perfect celebrity impressions, including Jay Leno, Howard Stern, and Jeff Goldblum. Elon first burst onto the scene as a cast member on ABC’s short-lived classic The Dana Carvey Show, which helped launch the careers of fellow cast members Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert, as well as staff writers Louis C.K., Charlie Kaufman, and Dino Stamatopoulos, among others. A standout on the show, Elon went on to star in the NBC sitcom In-Laws, with Bonnie Somerville and Jean Smart. In 2005, Elon co-starred with Pamela Anderson in the FOX sitcom Stacked, which ran for two seasons. An accomplished actor, Elon recently landed a recurring role on FOX’s hit series Bones, while he has also made guest appearances on NBC’s Frasier and CBS’s The Mentalist. Elon has done voiceover work on shows like American Dad and Clerks: The Animated Series, a Kevin Smith project that has aired on ABC, Comedy Central, and Adult Swim. A member of New York’s prestigious Friars Club, Elon is a veteran stand up comedian who performs regularly at Stand Up NY. In 2014 Gold’s stand up special, Chosen and Taken, was released on Netflix.