THE Chase fans all had the same complaint as Shaun Wallace tried to prove being a brainbox wasn’t his only talent.
The star – who goes by the name the Dark Destroyer on the ITV quiz – often treats viewers to impressions.
They were asked: “Who played the aristocratic officer Gonville Bromhead in the 1964 film Zulu?”
Shaun got it wrong – but still gave everyone his best version of the Italian Job legend.
After bungling a question about the actor, the Chase star made an attempt at his voice as he explained what went wrong.
Shaun said: “I thought it was Jack Hawkins cos of the fact I knew Michael Caine was in it but I thought he played a lowly officer.
“So I don’t know why I went for Jack Hawkins. I should have gone for Michael Caine.
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“You know Michael Caine, he’s a very, very good actor and I try to impersonate him when I’m talking.”
Contestant Georgie, giggling back at the desk, was heard laughing: “It’s so bad.”
The Chase host Bradley Walsh replied: “It’s so bad? Listen, you’ve heard it once. I have to put up with this day in, day out.”
Not everyone at home was enjoying it either, with one viewer tweeting: “Shaun please stop. My ears are bleeding .”
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Another branded it the ” worst impression of Michael Caine I have ever heard”.
However, others posted encouragement, with one writing: “Thought that was half decent Micheal Caine impression to be fair.”
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