William Douglas Street is bored with his life. Working for his father is getting to him, his wife wants more money, and he’s had enough. His solution is to re-invent himself. He becomes a chameleon, taking on whatever role suits the situation. From reporter to doctor to lawyer, he impersonates anyone he sees a need for and he can earn money being. The movie is based on the real people, William Douglas Street, Jr., and Erik Dupin. —IMDb
Wendell B. Harris, Jr. (born March 5, 1954), is a Juilliard- and Interlochen-trained American filmmaker and actor. He is the writer, director and lead actor of Chameleon Street, which won the Grand Jury prize at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival. Wendell and Prismatic Images went on to produce a radio series entitled Black Biography which showcased Black icons from the spheres of art, history, and politics. He has appeared as an actor in the films Out of Sight and Road Trip. Wendell Harris is currently in post-production for the forthcoming documentary, Arbiter Roswell. This 14-year project chronicles the relationship between public opinion, the media, and the military-industrial complex. —Wikipedia
"J'accuse...jacuzzi." This is one of the funniest films I have ever seen in my entire life.