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|April 19, 2019|
Celebration of Life set for voice-over announcer John Harlan
LOS ANGELES – (INT) – Well-known television announcer John Harlan has died. He was 91.
Harlan’s voice was heard on scores of telecasts covering 61 years but was best known for his work on game shows such as Celebrity Sweepsteaks, Password, Name That Tune and You Don’t Say.
He also announced General Hospital, Queen for a Day and You Asked for It plus several award shows and beauty pageants.
Harlan was a staff announcer for ABC Radio.
Harlan was past president of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters and a founding member.
A celebration of his life will be March 25th at 1:00pm at the Sportsman's Lodge in Studio City.
Story Date: March 10, 2017