Jason Hewlett

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Jason Hewlett is an entertainer, impressionist, and author. He headlines corporate events and is a certified speaking professional (CSP). In 2016, he was inducted into the Council of Peers Award of Excellence (CPAE) Speaker Hall of Fame.

Hewlett was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1978. After serving a full-time mission to Brazil for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he began his career as a half-time performer for college basketball games. This led to work in Las Vegas on the Legends in Concert as a Ricky Martin and Elton John impersonator.

In 2002 he became a corporate events headliner with such clients as American Express, Delta Airlines, Experian, NuSkin, and the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics. Casinos began to seek after his one-man show. However, Hewlett wanted to keep his act family friendly and turned down offers that wanted him to perform a more adult show. In 2011 he limited his appearances to corporate and youth events and included occasional fundraising and charitable events. In 2014, he performed his show for the National Speakers Association Foundation Event and toured through the Middle East and Southwest Asia on a one-month tour of US military bases.

He is the author of Signature Moves: How to Stand Out in a Sit Down World. His Facebook post about seeing his wife at Target went viral and was featured on the Today Show, BusinessInsider, GoogleAds, Yahoo!, and People magazine and in other news outlets worldwide.

He and his wife, Tami, are the parents of four children.