John Gegenhuber

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John Gegenhuber is an American actor and voice actor. Since 2013, he has been the voice of Cap'n Crunch. Raised in Palatine, Illinois, his earliest screen-acting credit was in the 1986 PBS telefilm Under the Biltmore Clock. He has starred in several series, as well as appeared as a guest or recurring character on numerous shows, including Seinfeld (1993), Murphy Brown (1994), Star Trek: Voyager (1995-1996), Mad About You (1997), Law & Order (1997) and Seven Days (1999). He was one of the stars of the NBC series Earth 2 (1994-1995). He also appeared in the movies Straight Talk (1992) and Rookie of the Year (1993), and video games like Lego Dimensions (2015).[1]

In 2006, Gegenhuber wrote, directed and starred in The Perverts. The pilot was entered in the 2006 ITVFest (Independent Television Festival) where Gegenhuber won the Best Directing Award.

A longtime teacher of the improvisation techniques of Viola Spolin, Gegenhuber became Education Coordinator for The Open Fist Theatre Company in Los Angeles, California in 2007.

Gegenhuber received his BFA in Acting from the Goodman School of Drama in Chicago (now The Theatre School at DePaul University). He also holds a degree in Graphic Arts (drawing, painting, and sculpture), and is a Le Cordon Bleu Chef and food writer.

Film and television appearances[edit]

Theatre appearances[edit]

  • Open Fist Theatre: The Room (Kermit Roosevelt)
  • Actor's Gang: Ugly's First World (Aleister Crowley)
  • Goodman Theater: Puddin 'N Pete (Sal, Janskey)
  • Goodman Theater: The Visit (Painter)
  • Steppenwolf Theater: Harvey (Wilson)
  • Coast Playhouse: Help! (Garwood)
  • Arena Stage: Crime and Punishment (Lebeziantnikov)
  • Arena Stage: The Wild Duck (Molvig)
  • Arena Stage: Women and Water (Amos Mason)
  • Arena Stage: Good Person of Setzuan (Wang)
  • Arena Stage: Taming of the Shrew (Biondello)
  • Northlight Theater: The White Plague (Dr. Galen)
  • Northlight Theater: Teibele and her Demon (Beadle)
  • Northllight Theater: Heart of a Dog The Adding Machine (u/s Frank Galati Hystopolis Puppet Thtr Mr. Zero)
  • Stormfield Theater: The Sons of Corl Gap (Henry)
  • Library Theater: Caligula (Scipio)
  • Library Theater: Edward II (Gaveston)

Video game appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Traveller's Tales. Lego Dimensions. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Scene: Closing credits, 4:45 in, Voiceover Talent. 

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