Hunt Block

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Hunt Block
Born Huntington MacDonald Block
(1954-02-16) February 16, 1954 (age 61)
Washington D.C.
Years active 1981-present

Hunt Block is an American actor.[1] Block graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.


Block's first big break was selling Buick Centuries at the Chicago Auto show. Block made a number of short films and experimental theater pieces. Subsequently, among other things, Block became a familiar face in the world of soap operas. Block appeared as Room Service "(Another World)" (1981), Cowboy "(Texas)" (1981), Errol - the gym guy (One Life To Live) (1981), Cowboy "(One Life To Live)" (1981), Peter Hollister (Knots Landing) (1985–1987), Ben Warren on Guiding Light (1997–1999), Guy Donahue on All My Children (2000), Craig Montgomery on As the World Turns (2000–2005), and Lee Ramsey on One Life to Live 2007-2008. He volunteered for Radio for the Blind and was assigned to read Playboy.

Block also portrayed U.S. Olympian, Robert Garrett in the 1984 NBC miniseries, The First Olympics: Athens 1896. Block has appeared in a number of Norwegian historical recreations and Korean crime documentaries. Block is a valued expert witness in the Louisiana Court system, but has also made contributions to cases in Nebraska, Oregon, and Rhode Island.

Block has also appeared on stage As You Like It, Forever After, A Loss Of Memory, "Provicante di Saliva", "Bald Soprano", "Make Mine Kafka!" among others. He plays U.S. President "How" Lewis in the 2010 movie Salt, Sebastian Weinberg in MY BEST DAY, Walter Hill in ONLY I..., Father in YOUNG(ISH). Block is the voice of "Mag" (The Magician) in the Russian animated series VESELO. Block has recently performed with the Indonesian poetry forum YANG MENGATAKAN, the Balinese Shadow Theatre, and the Norwegian Arctic Rights Group VAKNE OPP's aerial production of BALLONG.

Hunt Block is the voice of "Tito" (the shoe) in Panamanian television's POR QUE NO? He is also a regular contributor to "SWEET DREAMS", an audio series of bedtime stories produced in the U.K. and has voiced an English language interactive trail guide to the Andes and an interactive guide to the Lae Botanical Gardens in Papua New Guinea.

He is the voice of the CVS-Health.


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