If you’ve been doing ventriloquism for awhile, you probably already know the names. You may know the blogs or their projects and you may already follow them.

If you don’t, you should.

And if you are new to the art, these are some of the people you’ll definitely want to pay attention to!


Landon is an extremely talented young man who will definitely go places.

I first met Landon when he won the Terry Fator Scholarship to Vent Haven ConVENTion. I don’t believe he has missed a year since.

Landon has won several people’s choice awards at Junior Open Mics held at the ConVENTion. His style onstage is relaxed and he shines in the spotlight.

Perhaps the coolest thing is Landon has started making puppets. His ideas are unique, his quality is great and he is just getting started.

Already, Terry Fator has purchased a couple of puppets from him – and that speaks volumes.

You can follow Landon on Facebook through his company page at: https://www.facebook.com/Theoriginaldummy/


Chance is an artist. That is the only way I can describe the man. Well known for his incredible magic creations, he decided to venture into figure making.

The figures Chance produces are amazing. Mechanics are smooth and the best part – he delivers. In a business where life sometimes gets in the way of deadlines, I’ve only heard good things about him.

You can follow Chance on FaceBook.
His website is located at: http://wolfvents.com


Dale has been a friend of Maher Studios for a long time. He is an author, an entertainer and an advisor of the Vent Haven Museum.

Dale is also a marketing expert. His blog, (written by his figure, Chip Martin) continually has great content and well written articles.

Dale told us awhile back he would soon be ending his blog. The content is worth reviewing no matter what. And if you are lucky – he will still be blogging when you get there!

Follow Dale at: http://bmpr.com/chip_martin/


Daniel Jay’s CyberVent is a must follow blog. In addition to curating content, Daniel and his contributors submit plenty of original articles. He recently started offering some video interviews too.

CyberVent has an online reviews area for figure and puppet makers. You can learn about the quality and service from other customers before you buy.

He also produces the CyberVent Collectors Cards. There is a lot to see and do on his site – so check out and CyberVent and follow it!


I’m not sure where Jimmy gets the energy for everything.

He is known as the “Five Foot High Marketing Guy. A co-founder of Gravitational Marketing, an author, entertainer, inventor, designer and blogger. I’ve no doubt left out a lot of other things.

I highly recommed you check out and follow Jimmy’s: The Dummy Blog


Terry has got to be one of the hardest working entertainers around. He is known to billions around the globe due to his America’s Got Talent fame. The Got Talent franchise is in multiple markets and continues to air the US version overseas.

Headlining in his own theatre at the Mirage Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Terry also keeps an active touring schedule. With side projects, television, donating to charities and more – Terry is making the most of his fame.

Why should you follow him?

Because Terry endears himself to his fans. His social following may not be as big as some other celebrities, but his fan base is extremely loyal.

That alone is worth the study!

The best way to follow Terry is sign up for his email newsletter on his website: https://terryfator.com


Jeff is one of the best know ventriloquists today. YouTube launched his career into the stratosphere. At the time I wrote this, he had over 1,782,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel.

Some of his videos get over 600,000 views within a month. That speaks to his star power.

If you are interested in becoming a professional ventriloquist, watching how Jeff markets himself through YouTube is a must.

You can follow him here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0NaWwWghJD37rMK2AYDidg

Who do you follow online? Give your recommendations in the comments section below!