He earned a string of 13 top ten hits between 1981 and 1987, including "Endless Love," "Say You (Say Me) and "All Night Long." In 1985 he played "Marty McFly" opposite Christopher Lloyd in the summer blockbuster "Back to the Future." In the 90's, he led the Chicago Bulls to a record four NBA championships. While his sister, Paris, gets all the attention these days, it is Cliff who is first in line to inherit the Hilton fortune. "But…what makes Cliff the HAPPIEST?" you might ask. "That's simple," he would breezily reply. "The number one thing that makes me happy is creating wacky and zany characters for the people of the Pacific Northwest, so that their birthday parties, bar mitzvahs, bachelor and bachelorette parties, anniversaries and corporate events are just as magical as my life has been so far. The number two thing, of course, is a bag of 4-cheese Doritos and a cold can of Caffeine Free Diet Coke! Number three is probably spending time with my wife, Eva Longoria. Number four…hey, anybody wanna wrestle?"
What does Cliff have to offer your special event? Well, he has probably spent more hours studying improvisation than your family physician spent in med school. He has logged in nearly 8,000 different performances over the past 10 years (no kidding!). He's got dozens of characters just waiting to be let out of his basement. He's a gifted emcee and can make your party run smooth and easy, like Sunday morning. Most importantly, however, he possesses almost no shame. As long as it is legal and doesn't involve mangos (he's allergic), Cliff will probably do it. Want him to dress up like a ballerina and serenade your husband at his Rotary Club meeting? Cliff can do it. Want him to write and sing a song celebrating your company's third quarter profit jump? Cliff can do it. Want him to try to convince the American people that the privatization of Social Security is a good idea? Well, c'mon! He's not that crazy!