Imperato Spots Himself Having Dinner!

Apparently Daniel Imperato spotted himself dining at a restaurant seated next to or near George Clooney. I say ‘spotted himself’ because the following “story” was published by, the Imperato-owned online news agency that deals primarily with Imperato-related news stories. Indeed.

Anyway, Imperato and his wife (the Lady of Zenobia) were dining at a restaurant and I guess they wound up sitting near George Clooney and so they talked to him?

Or maybe Imperato just made himself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and watched Syriana last night?

Imperato seems to exist in his own parallel universe where he is a wealthy and well known entertainment mogul, fiber optics titan, and international political figure. Your guess is as good as mine about how real any of this actually is.

My favorite part is where it says that the “subject matter of the conversation remains unknown.” It’s surprising that Imperato doesn’t know what he talked to Clooney about, since his own company is putting out this nonsense news story…

Last Night Imperiali Organization Founder and 2008 Leading Independent Presidential Candidate along with his wife, Lady of Zenobia Jan Imperato, were seen dining at New York City’s Cipriani’s Restaurant.

Amongst their company were George Clooney and his lady friend.

The Imperato’s and Clooney were seated next to each other at the posh Manhattan eatery while enjoying a late night dinner.

Although the subject matter of the conversation remains unknown, Imperato may have been discussing his upcoming i1films release, “The Red Worm”, with Clooney.

Clooney is best known for his roles on ER, Batman, Ocean’s Eleven, Good Night and Good Luck, and Syriana.

Adding Clooney to the cast of “The Red Worm” adds to a high powered dynamic list of actors and producers that have expressed interest in participating with the film that includes Al Pacino, John Daly, Julio Herzer, and Sean Connery.

Imperato is in New York for the United Nations General Assembly meetings as well as his “Gathering the Nations” reception for dignitaries, ambassadors, business leaders, and special invited guests.

The event will launch the Imperato Worldwide Association, a project of the Imperato Foundation and will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on Park Avenue.

Inquiries for the event can be made to [email protected] or by calling 561-515-6048.

16 Responses to “Imperato Spots Himself Having Dinner!”

  1. Jason Says:


    You love to hate this guy don’t you. Either way it’s flippin funny. I love all the developing stories straight off the floor at central headquarters. I’m sure you get all the news releases. I’m going to have to sign up myself.

  2. Austin Cassidy Says:

    I don’t hate him, I just think he’s funny.

    What bugs me is that (some) Libertarians are taking him seriously as a Presidential candidate.

  3. Ghoststrider Says:

    This guy is hilarious. It must be some sort of campaign to poke fun at the presidential election process. It can’t be real.

    If it was, Imperato would be sent to bedlam.

  4. Brian Says:

    The subject matter of the conversation is pretty obvious. Clooney was probably begging Imperato to make Clooney his VP running mate.

    I think a good slogan would be “Vote for Looney and Clooney in 2008”

  5. Zach Jacobs Says:

    Imperato/Clooney 2008….. Kinda has a nice ring to it. Let’s just hope that they do a lot better in the election than George’s dad… (he lost)

  6. John Roberts Says:

    As crazy as it sounds, Imperato may be serious about running for President. He is doing all the right things and whether you like it or not…. he’s actually trying.

  7. Brian Ross Says:

    With Clooney now Imperato has been rumored to be running with:

    Ralph Nader
    Mike Bloomberg
    Bob Barr
    Ron Paul
    Mike Huckabee
    Tom Tancredo
    John McCain

    and now….

    George Clooney.

    Way to go Imperato!

  8. Jason Gatties Says:

    I challenge Austin to name the libertarians who are taking this guy seriously. I can’t even thing of 3.

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  10. Austin Cassidy Says:

    He’s being given speaking slots at LP conventions across the country. So I’ll say… whoever is responsible for that. I wonder if he’s even registered to vote as a Libertarian.

  11. Richard Winger Says:

    Yes, he is registered to vote as a Libertarian, in Florida. And yes, he joined the Founders Club of the national Libertarian Party, which meant a donation to the party of $5,000. And it is only good manners, when someone seeking the party’s presidential nomination wishes to attend a state convention, to give the person a chance to speak. I believe that he has been to more state LP conventions in the last year than anyone else seeking the nomination.

  12. Austin Cassidy Says:

    He goes to great lengths to call himself an independent when he speaks and on most of his campaign website…

    He’s just courting anyone with a ballot line… the Libertarians, Greens, and I even read a mention of the Constitution Party at some point.

  13. Will Tedds Says:

    Imperato has stated that he is an “Independent Libertarian” and has the Libertarian Seal on the homepage of his website. Not the Green Seal, or constitution party seal.

    He wants to put together a third party coalition to actually have a chance of winning the election and not spending all of his time and effort on ballot access. If you ask me its not a bad strategy.

  14. matt Says:

    If he’s speaking at these state conventions, here’s hoping he’s leaving a fat donation at each one.

    Otherwise, yeah, quite a waste of everyone’s time.

  15. Trent Hill Says:


    If he dropped $5000 to the National Libertarian Party—-he is at least a contributing candidate.

    I’v stated in the past and will state again—Unless Alan Keyes drops thousands into the CP BEFORE declaring his candidacy, I’ll be EXTREMELY skeptical of him.

  16. Scratch Says:

    The steaming, teeming, freewheeling sexuality that is Daniel Imperato matched with the rugged good looks of George Clooney?! Please let it be true.

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