John Schwab

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John Schwab
Born Pensacola, Florida, US
Occupation Film / television actor, TV producer, musician

John Schwab is an American actor, TV producer and musician who was born in Pensacola, Florida and resides in London. He produced The Hide with Christopher Granier-Deferre, which was nominated for a BIFA 2010.

Early life[edit]

Schwab went to high school in Okinawa, Japan and Seoul, South Korea. He met his wife, Tamsin, in Seoul after graduation and studied English Literature at Durham University. He has two sons.

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Teletubbies Voice Trumpet Unknown episodes
1998 Noel's House Party Episode: #7.18
2001 Hotel! Agent Imefine
2003 My Dad's the Prime Minister American Businessman Episode: Homework
2004 Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets Larry Conrad, CAPCOM
2005 Doctor Who Bywater Episode: Dalek
2005 Monarch of the Glen Bill Episode: Episode #7.4
2005 Broken News Miles Anderton Episodes: Tomato Flu, Missing Island, Half Way There Day, Bolivian Crisis
2006 Ultimate Force Lt. Pincher Episode: Dividing Line
2006 The Only Boy for Me NY Colleague
2007 Hotel Babylon Texan Cliff Barnes Episode: Episode #2.1
Film
Year Film Role Notes
2001 Nothing to Declare Pilot Voice
2003 The Order American Bureaucrat
2004 Back to Gaya Zeck Voice
2004 Mr. 3000 Umpire
2005 Foster Older Zach Also associate producer
Video Games
Year Game Role Notes
2002 Vietcong
2002 Prisoner of War Also in special thanks
2002 Simple 2000 Series, Vol. 16: The Sniper 2 Harry
2004 Shrek 2 Writer
2004 Vietcong: Fist Alpha
2004 Vietcong: Purple Haze
2004 Killzone Additional ISA Voices
2006 Pursuit Force
2006 Killzone: Liberation ISA Demolition Guy, ISA Generic
Audio
Year Audio Role Notes
2006 Doctor Who: The Nowhere Place EXO Moore Audio drama
2006 Doctor Who: The Reaping Lieutenant Doyle Audio drama
2007 Doctor Who: Phobos Hayd Audio drama
2008 Stargate SG-1: Gift of the Gods Lt. Hunter Audio drama

Music[edit]

Schwab played the harmonica in the TV show The Hit Factory: The Pete Waterman Story (2001)

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