Welcome to Damian’s Inferno, a series of interviews conducted by Damian Burnz, a lifelong New Yorker with a rolodex of people who make this world that much more interesting.

Frank Simms is the man of many famous voices, most notably the Kool-Aid man. Having also been a back-up singer for the likes of David Bowie and Madonna, he has a seemingly endless list of stories riddled with various celebrities. Frank’s father and uncle were also successful voice actors, which gave him the genes and the gumption to follow in their footsteps. The man can imitate anyone from Keith Richards, to SNL’s Don Pardo, to pretty much any Simpsons character. Watch Frank and his many voices speak for themselves.