Now a famous impersonator Mario Rosenstock appeared in an RTÉ News vox pop on the day that Seamus Heaney won the Nobel Prize for Literature.

In 1995, at the age of 23, Mario Rosenstock appeared briefly in a RTÉ News vox pop outside Trinity College. Mario reacts to Seamus Heaney's Nobel Prize win and describes how he feels about his work.

Mario Rosenstock first came to prominence on our television screens in the late 1990's when he played the role of Dr. David Hanlon in the RTÉ soap 'Glenroe'. Since 1999 he has been best known for his part on 'Gift Grub' which features on the Ian Dempsey breakfast show on Today FM. Rosenstock famously performed a private show for José Mourinho and the Chelsea squad where he impersonated Mourinho himself.
He has also starred in the stage production of 'I, Keano'.
Rosenstock has also become well known for his impersonations on the TV3 current affairs programme 'Tonight with Vincent Browne'.
His latest television offering comes in the form of 'The Mario Rosenstock Show' on RTÉ 2.