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  • Gary "Altman" Owens (born May 10, 1936, in Mitchell, South Dakota, died on February 12, 2015) is an American broadcaster and voice over, best known for his work on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. He was the host of Letters To Laugh-In, and one of the hosts of The Gong Show; in fact he was supposed to do both versions of The Gong Show, but the job of daytime host went to creator Chuck Barris who would do the nighttime version later. Owens died at age 80 from complications from type I diabetes.
  • Gary Owens is an announcer and television personality.
  • Gary Owens (ur. jako Gary Bernard Altman 10 maja 1934 w Mitchell, zm. 12 lutego 2015 w Encino) – amerykański aktor głosowy, didżej i osobowość radiowa i telewizyjna. Podkładał głos wielu postaciom animowanym w swojej karierze, był także narratorem do wielu programów telewizyjnych. Zagrał narratora do pilotażowego odcinka amerykańskiego serialu animowanego Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Aktor zmarł 12 lutego 2015 roku na cukrzycę typu 1.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Gary Owens Real Name Unknown Job Titles Voice Actor First publication Unknown
  • Gary Owens was an American disc jockey, voice actor, radio announcer and personality, who could be heard as the announcer for Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, with his polished baritone voice offering deadpan recitations of total nonsense. He is best known for his voice roles as the Hanna-Barbera superheroes, Space Ghost and Blue Falcon. Owens died due to complications of type 1 diabetes in 2015, at the age of 80.
  • Owens was the narrator in the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog pilot.
  • Gary Owens (born May 10, 1936) is an American disc jockey and voice actor. His polished baritone speaking voice generally offers deadpan recitations of total nonsense, which he frequently demonstrated as the announcer on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. Owens is equally proficient in straight or silly assignments and is frequently heard in television, radio, and commercials. He's best known as the voice of Space Ghost on Space Ghost. He also was himself on Space Ghost Coast to Coast in 1998.
  • Gary Owens was the second character in the book to take over the Skulls Gang, the former being Kevin Arnold. Gary was shown to be cold, violent, and didn't show any true emotions. After challenging Alex to a fight in the gym, Donovan pleaded with him to let him live, promising Gary that he could escape with them. Gary agreed, and he was one of the three to actually escape into the tunnels. Gary was later captured by the blacksuits and turned into a berserker. His fate is still unknown.
  • Owens also voiced an animated version of himself in a Fruity Pebbles commercial circa 2000.
  • Gary Owens (born Gary Bernard Altman; May 10, 1934–February 12, 2015) was an announcer, disc jockey, comic actor, and voice actor best remembered as the ear-cupping booth announcer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and also the voice of cartoon superheroes such as Roger Ramjet, Space Ghost, and of course, Powdered Toast Man on The Ren & Stimpy Show.
  • Owens hit the big time in 1961, when he moved to Los Angeles and became the morning host for KFWB. A year later, he became the afternoon disc jockey at KMPC/Los Angeles, where he remained for 20 years. Today, Owens is heard nightly on over 200 stations as part of the syndicated “Music of Your Life” network. Over 30 years, Owens reached national audiences with a series of syndicated comedy and music programs, including Soundtrack of the Sixties, Superfun, and Gary Owens’ Weekend Spectacular. Gary Owens was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1994.
  • Gary Owens (1936–2015) was an announcer, disc jockey, comic actor, and voice actor best remembered as the ear-cupping booth announcer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and also the voice of cartoon superheroes ranging from Roger Ramjet to Space Ghost to Powdered Toast Man, among other characters. In 1969, Owens was cast as The Man from Alphabet in a series of film sketches for Sesame Street. The segments tested poorly and were never aired. However, Owens did supply narration and character voices for multiple animated sketches on the series, including "Today's Secret Drawing" segments and the "J commercial."
  • Gary Owens (May 10, 1934 – February 12, 2015) was an American voice actor and disc jockey. He is best known as the announcer of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, as well as the voice of the title characters of Space Ghost and Roger Ramjet. He also voiced The Blue Falcon from Dynomutt, Dog Wonder, Powdered Toast Man from The Ren & Stimpy Show, Commander Ulysses Feral from SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, and, in one version of the pilot, the title character of Inspector Gadget. During the first four years of the network, he was the announcer for Antenna TV.
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  • --05-10
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  • 1952
Zawód
  • Aktor głosowy, didżej, osobowość radiowa
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  • Gary Owens
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  • Mitchell, South Dakota, USA
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  • March 2008
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  • Gary Owens
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  • 2015-02-12
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  • Voice actor
Birth Date
  • 1936-05-10
Hair
  • Black
Name
  • Gary Owens
  • Owens, Gary
DOB
  • 1934-05-10
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  • Gary Owens , 1982
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  • March 2008
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  • --02-12
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  • March 2008
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Years Active
  • 1959
Birth Place
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  • March 2008
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  • Actors portraying Space Ghost
  • Announcer for America's Funniest Home Videos
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  • Voice Actor
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Years
  • 1966
  • 1995
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  • Voice actor/Disc jockey
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  • 654365
Gender
  • Male
Birthname
  • Gary Bernard Altman
Date of Birth
  • 1936-05-10
Birth name
  • Gary Altman
POD
  • Encino, California, United States
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  • Gary Owens (May 10, 1934 – February 12, 2015) was an American voice actor and disc jockey. He is best known as the announcer of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, as well as the voice of the title characters of Space Ghost and Roger Ramjet. He also voiced The Blue Falcon from Dynomutt, Dog Wonder, Powdered Toast Man from The Ren & Stimpy Show, Commander Ulysses Feral from SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, and, in one version of the pilot, the title character of Inspector Gadget. During the first four years of the network, he was the announcer for Antenna TV. In all opening themes of Garfield and Friends (except the last one), he can be heard announcing "Ladies and Gentlemen, Garfield and Friends!"
  • Gary "Altman" Owens (born May 10, 1936, in Mitchell, South Dakota, died on February 12, 2015) is an American broadcaster and voice over, best known for his work on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. He was the host of Letters To Laugh-In, and one of the hosts of The Gong Show; in fact he was supposed to do both versions of The Gong Show, but the job of daytime host went to creator Chuck Barris who would do the nighttime version later. Owens died at age 80 from complications from type I diabetes.
  • Gary Owens is an announcer and television personality.
  • Gary Owens (ur. jako Gary Bernard Altman 10 maja 1934 w Mitchell, zm. 12 lutego 2015 w Encino) – amerykański aktor głosowy, didżej i osobowość radiowa i telewizyjna. Podkładał głos wielu postaciom animowanym w swojej karierze, był także narratorem do wielu programów telewizyjnych. Zagrał narratora do pilotażowego odcinka amerykańskiego serialu animowanego Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Aktor zmarł 12 lutego 2015 roku na cukrzycę typu 1.
  • Owens hit the big time in 1961, when he moved to Los Angeles and became the morning host for KFWB. A year later, he became the afternoon disc jockey at KMPC/Los Angeles, where he remained for 20 years. Today, Owens is heard nightly on over 200 stations as part of the syndicated “Music of Your Life” network. Over 30 years, Owens reached national audiences with a series of syndicated comedy and music programs, including Soundtrack of the Sixties, Superfun, and Gary Owens’ Weekend Spectacular. Owens has enjoyed a continued presence in television and animation. Perhaps his best known role was that of the announcer on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. He has been heard on countless commercials and provided voices for the animated characters Space Ghost, Roger Ramjet and Ren & Stimpy’s Powdered Toast Man. Gary Owens was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1994. Owens was to provide narration for the TGFA's latest project, SpaceVenture. Owens died in February 2015 of type 1 diabetes.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Gary Owens Real Name Unknown Job Titles Voice Actor First publication Unknown
  • Gary Owens was an American disc jockey, voice actor, radio announcer and personality, who could be heard as the announcer for Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, with his polished baritone voice offering deadpan recitations of total nonsense. He is best known for his voice roles as the Hanna-Barbera superheroes, Space Ghost and Blue Falcon. Owens died due to complications of type 1 diabetes in 2015, at the age of 80.
  • Owens was the narrator in the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog pilot.
  • Gary Owens (1936–2015) was an announcer, disc jockey, comic actor, and voice actor best remembered as the ear-cupping booth announcer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and also the voice of cartoon superheroes ranging from Roger Ramjet to Space Ghost to Powdered Toast Man, among other characters. In 1969, Owens was cast as The Man from Alphabet in a series of film sketches for Sesame Street. The segments tested poorly and were never aired. However, Owens did supply narration and character voices for multiple animated sketches on the series, including "Today's Secret Drawing" segments and the "J commercial." Owens served as the voice-over announcer for the 1974 special Out to Lunch; four years later, he was seen and heard announcing The Muppets Go Hollywood. On Dinosaurs, he provided mock-serious narration for "Nuts to War," parts 1 and 2, spoofing William Woodson's narration for The Winds of War, and was heard briefly in other episodes. Owens also served as announcer for special episodes of The Rosie O'Donnell Show, including a few with the Sesame Street Muppets, and was heard in Muppets from Space as the announcer for the UFO Channel.
  • Gary Owens (born May 10, 1936) is an American disc jockey and voice actor. His polished baritone speaking voice generally offers deadpan recitations of total nonsense, which he frequently demonstrated as the announcer on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. Owens is equally proficient in straight or silly assignments and is frequently heard in television, radio, and commercials. He's best known as the voice of Space Ghost on Space Ghost. He also was himself on Space Ghost Coast to Coast in 1998.
  • Gary Owens was the second character in the book to take over the Skulls Gang, the former being Kevin Arnold. Gary was shown to be cold, violent, and didn't show any true emotions. After challenging Alex to a fight in the gym, Donovan pleaded with him to let him live, promising Gary that he could escape with them. Gary agreed, and he was one of the three to actually escape into the tunnels. Gary was later captured by the blacksuits and turned into a berserker. His fate is still unknown.
  • Owens also voiced an animated version of himself in a Fruity Pebbles commercial circa 2000.
  • Gary Owens (born Gary Bernard Altman; May 10, 1934–February 12, 2015) was an announcer, disc jockey, comic actor, and voice actor best remembered as the ear-cupping booth announcer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and also the voice of cartoon superheroes such as Roger Ramjet, Space Ghost, and of course, Powdered Toast Man on The Ren & Stimpy Show.
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