John Nesbitt (announcer)

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John Nesbitt
BornAugust 23, 1910
Victoria, British Columbia
DiedAugust 10, 1960(1960-08-10) (aged 49)
Carmel, California
ResidenceEnnis House
Occupationactor, narrator, announcer, producer and screenwriter
Known forPassing Parade (1938–1949)
 
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John Nesbitt
BornAugust 23, 1910
Victoria, British Columbia
DiedAugust 10, 1960(1960-08-10) (aged 49)
Carmel, California
ResidenceEnnis House
Occupationactor, narrator, announcer, producer and screenwriter
Known forPassing Parade (1938–1949)

John Nesbitt (August 23, 1910 – August 10, 1960) was an actor, narrator, announcer, producer and screenwriter born in Victoria, British Columbia, who died in Carmel, California. Nesbitt was best known as the narrator of the MGM series Passing Parade.

In 1940, Nesbitt bought the Ennis House and had it altered by Frank Lloyd Wright, adding a north-terrace pool and ground-floor billiard room, as well as the first heating system for the building.

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