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  • John Vernon (1932-2005) was a Canadian-born actor with a silky voice and authoritarian manner, best remembered for playing Dean Wormer in National Lampoon's Animal House. He also starred in such films as Point Blank, Dirty Harry, and Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz. In later years, Vernon became active as a voice performer, guest starring in the Dinosaurs episode "Power Erupts" as Mr. Ashland. Other voice roles include mob boss Rupert Thorne on Batman: The Animated Series and Dean Toadblatt on The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.
  • He voiced Shao Kahn in the animated series, Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm.
  • He voiced Toadblatt.
  • John Keith Vernon (February 24, 1932 - February 1, 2005) was a Canadian actor who voiced Rhombus in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. He made a career in Hollywood after achieving initial television stardom in Canada.
  • John Vernon es un actor quien da voz a Shao Kahn en la serie animada Mortal Kombat: Defensores del Reino. Categoría:Actores
  • John Vernon (February 24, 1932 - February 1, 2005) was an voice actor. He voiced Iron Man in The Marvel Superheroes.
  • John Kieth Vernon (born Adolphus Raymondus Vernon Agopsowicz; February 24, 1932; died February 1, 2005) is a Canadian actor. He played Namor, Iron Man, and Glenn Talbot on The Marvel Super Heroes; Doctor Doom on the Fantastic Four episode "The Mask of Doom, Part One"; Doctor Strange on Spider-Man; and Thaddeus Ross on The Incredible Hulk.
  • The late John Vernon was an accomplished film and stage actor who performed occasional voice work. He is perhaps best remembered as Dean Wormer in the classic comedy "Animal House" (which also featured Tim Matheson and Bruce McGill).
  • John Vernon, born in the village of Zehner, Saskatchewan, Canada, was a prolific Canadian character actor. His TV and film career began in the 1950s and he worked in both Canada and the US; he also recorded voices for cartoons. He finally rose to fame in his homeland in the late 1960s as the star of Wojeck, a crime drama series centered on the work of a medical examiner; the series and Vernon's character in particular have been acknolwedged as inspiring the later American series, Quincy M.E. In the 1970s, left Wojeck in order to focus on developing his acting career in the US, making a splash as "The Mayor" in the original Dirty Harry movie, making several appearances in Mission: Impossible and becoming a cult movie icon as Dean Wormer in National Lampoon's Animal House. Along the way, he
  • John Vernon was born Adolphus Raymondus Vernon Agopsowicz in Zehner, Saskatchewan. He was a prolific stage-trained Canadian character player who made a career out of convincingly playing crafty villains, morally-bankrupt officials and heartless authority figures in American films and television since the 1960s. Vernon has been directed by such stellar filmmakers as Alfred Hitchcock (Topaz [1969]), George Cukor (Justine [1969]), Don Siegel (Dirty Harry [1971]) and Clint Eastwood (The Outlaw Josey Wales [1976]). Vernon died in Los Angeles in 2005 of complications after heart surgery.
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  • John Vernon
Birthplace
  • Zehner, Saskatchewan
Nombre
  • John Vernon
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  • FOBOS
Deathplace
  • Los Angeles, California
Actor
  • John Vernon
Name
  • John Vernon
Type
  • actor
Birthdate
  • 1932-02-24
Date of Death
  • 2005-02-01
Other Names
  • John R. Vernon
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Deathdate
  • 2005-02-01
Died
  • 2005
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  • Iron Man MSH.jpg
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  • 250
Born
  • 1932
Birthname
  • Adolphus Raymondus Vernon Agopsowicz
Date of Birth
  • 1932-02-24
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  • John Vernon (1932-2005) was a Canadian-born actor with a silky voice and authoritarian manner, best remembered for playing Dean Wormer in National Lampoon's Animal House. He also starred in such films as Point Blank, Dirty Harry, and Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz. In later years, Vernon became active as a voice performer, guest starring in the Dinosaurs episode "Power Erupts" as Mr. Ashland. Other voice roles include mob boss Rupert Thorne on Batman: The Animated Series and Dean Toadblatt on The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.
  • He voiced Shao Kahn in the animated series, Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm.
  • He voiced Toadblatt.
  • John Keith Vernon (February 24, 1932 - February 1, 2005) was a Canadian actor who voiced Rhombus in Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel. He made a career in Hollywood after achieving initial television stardom in Canada.
  • John Vernon es un actor quien da voz a Shao Kahn en la serie animada Mortal Kombat: Defensores del Reino. Categoría:Actores
  • John Vernon (February 24, 1932 - February 1, 2005) was an voice actor. He voiced Iron Man in The Marvel Superheroes.
  • John Vernon was born Adolphus Raymondus Vernon Agopsowicz in Zehner, Saskatchewan. He was a prolific stage-trained Canadian character player who made a career out of convincingly playing crafty villains, morally-bankrupt officials and heartless authority figures in American films and television since the 1960s. Vernon has been directed by such stellar filmmakers as Alfred Hitchcock (Topaz [1969]), George Cukor (Justine [1969]), Don Siegel (Dirty Harry [1971]) and Clint Eastwood (The Outlaw Josey Wales [1976]). After training at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and honing his skills in Canadian theatre and television, Vernon made his U.S. film debut in John Boorman's noir/gangster classic Point Blank (1967) as a trusted friend who betrays Lee Marvin. Vernon again failed to inspire confidence as the ineffectual mayor of San Francisco in Dirty Harry. Vernon may be best remembered as the sinister Dean Vernon Wormer in John Landis' comedy National Lampoon's Animal House (1978), a role he reprised for the TV spin-off Delta House (1979). This led to more film comedy roles, a highlight being Mr. Big in the blaxploitation spoof I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988). Vernon died in Los Angeles in 2005 of complications after heart surgery.
  • John Vernon, born in the village of Zehner, Saskatchewan, Canada, was a prolific Canadian character actor. His TV and film career began in the 1950s and he worked in both Canada and the US; he also recorded voices for cartoons. He finally rose to fame in his homeland in the late 1960s as the star of Wojeck, a crime drama series centered on the work of a medical examiner; the series and Vernon's character in particular have been acknolwedged as inspiring the later American series, Quincy M.E. In the 1970s, left Wojeck in order to focus on developing his acting career in the US, making a splash as "The Mayor" in the original Dirty Harry movie, making several appearances in Mission: Impossible and becoming a cult movie icon as Dean Wormer in National Lampoon's Animal House. Along the way, he appeared in the third and final Six Million Dollar Man pilot telefilm, The Solid Gold Kidnapping, playing kidnapper and murderer Julian Peck. Vernon continued to be one of the busiest actors in Hollywood (including parodying his Mayor character in the debut episode of Sledge Hammer! and reprising Wojeck for a Canadian telefilm) up until his sudden death following heart surgery in 2005.
  • John Kieth Vernon (born Adolphus Raymondus Vernon Agopsowicz; February 24, 1932; died February 1, 2005) is a Canadian actor. He played Namor, Iron Man, and Glenn Talbot on The Marvel Super Heroes; Doctor Doom on the Fantastic Four episode "The Mask of Doom, Part One"; Doctor Strange on Spider-Man; and Thaddeus Ross on The Incredible Hulk.
  • The late John Vernon was an accomplished film and stage actor who performed occasional voice work. He is perhaps best remembered as Dean Wormer in the classic comedy "Animal House" (which also featured Tim Matheson and Bruce McGill).
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