John Guerrasio

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John Guerrasio is an American, New York born stage, film and TV actor, based in London, England. He is known for having a broad New York accent. In his review of Love Birds, Bernie Byrnes of wrote, "John Guerrasio is ideal casting….He delivers his role with expert timing and rules the stage."[1]



United Kingdom[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 The Man Who Came to Dinner Banjo Chichester Festival Theatre[2]
2000 Pal Joey Ludlow Lowell Minerva Studio Theatre, Chichester
2011 Columbo: Prescription Murder Lt. Columbo Middle Ground Theatre [3]
2014 Merman's Apprentice Moe Landor Theatre, London[4][5]
2015 Love Birds Armitage Shanks The Pleasance, Edinburgh[6][7]

New York[8][edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1970 Hamlet Performer Off-Broadway
1976 Paradise Performer Off-Broadway
1979 Family Business Performer Off-Broadway
1988 The Imperialist at the Club Cave Canem Performer Off-Broadway

Film and television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1980 Jane Austen in Manhattan Gregory Film
1992 Leon the Pig Farmer Jimmy's Men Film
1993 Sweating Bullets Meeker TV series; episode: "Katie's Secret"[9]
1994 As Time Goes By Josh TV series; episode: "A Trip to Los Angeles"
1994 Strange But True? Reconstruction Actor TV series; episode: "The Rendlesham Incident"
1995 Intimate with a Stranger KLOV Radio DJ Film
1997 Brass Eye TV series; episode: "Crime"
1997 McLibel! Stan Stein TV mini-series; episode 1.2
1998 A Knight in Camelot Bob TV film
2000 My Hero Arnie's Customer TV series; episode: "Guess Who's Coming To Lunch"
2001 The Armando Iannucci Shows TV series; episode: "Reality"
2003 Cambridge Spies Gen. Walter Bedell Smith TV mini-series; episode 1.4
2003 3 Blind Mice 3rd Exec (American) Film; uncredited
2003 Spine Chillers Nervous Man TV series; episode: "Fairy Godfather"
2003 Seven Wonders of the Industrial World Marion Allen, Dam Worker TV series; episode: "The Hoover Dam"
2004 2004: The Stupid Version Himself TV film
2005 Sea of Souls 1950s Newscaster TV series; episodes: "Amulet: Part 1" and "Amulet: Part 2"
2006 Medical Mavericks Himself TV mini-series
2008 Kill Kill Faster Faster Joe's Father Film
2012 Titanic: Case Closed Colonel Gracie TV film documentary
2012 Time Traveller Guides 3D Film Narration TV series; one episode
2012 Facejacker Writer TV series
2013 Nixon's the One Oral Roberts TV series; episode: "Religion"
2013 Toast of London Howard Bugowitz TV series; episode: "Vanity Project"
2014 Casualty Eduardo Ponzini TV series; episode: "The Family Way"
2015 Woman in Gold Court House Employee Film
2015 Asylum Mo TV series; episodes: "Public Relations", "Project Siren" and "Strange Bedfellows"
2016 Florence Foster Jenkins Vendor Film
2018 A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding Rudy Film
2019 A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby Rudy Film

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Desperados: The Shadow of El Diablo Sanchez English version; voice
2002 Island Xtreme Stunts The Brickster English version; voice
2004 Sacred English version; voice
2005 Pac-Man World 3 Clyde / The Fiend / Construction Worker / Archaeologist Voice[10]
2005 Sacred Underworld English version; voice
2005 Spartan: Total Warrior Additional Voices
2005 Kameo: Elements of Power Warrior Trainer Voice
2005 Perfect Dark Zero Jack Dark / Ziegler Voice[10]
2009 Killzone 2 Additional ISA Voices
2009 G-Force Voice
2010 Kinect Sports Additional Voices English version
2011 Driver: San Francisco Additional Voices
2013 Lego City Undercover Vinnie Pappalardo Voice
2014 LittleBigPlanet 3 Guard 1 / Guard 2 Voice
2014 The Crew Voice
2014 Randal's Monday Marconi Voice
2015 Blues and Bullets Al Capone Voice


  1. ^ "Edinburgh Fringe: Love Birds". 26 August 2015.
  2. ^ "Man Who Came to Dinner (Chichester)". 1999-08-26. Archived from the original on 2015-07-01. Retrieved 2015-06-18.
  3. ^ "Columbo: Prescription Murder | Middle Ground Theatre Company Ltd". Retrieved 2015-06-18.
  4. ^ "West End Wilma – Merman's Apprentice to play at the Landor Theatre". 2014-01-28. Retrieved 2015-06-18.
  5. ^ "This Season of FROM PAGE TO STAGE Features West End Performers, Including Jon Robyns, Niamh Perry, & Kim Criswell".
  6. ^ "Love Birds – Edinburgh Festival Fringe | Musical Theatre Review".
  7. ^ "Love Birds - 2015 Original Edinburgh Cast".
  8. ^ "John Guerrasio Theatre Credits, News, Bio and Photos".
  9. ^ "John Guerrasio - IMDbPro". 2013-08-13. Retrieved 2015-06-18.
  10. ^ a b "John Guerrasio". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 3 February 2021. A green check mark indicates that a role has been confirmed using a screenshot (or collage of screenshots) of the title's list of voice actors and their respective characters found in its closing credits and/or other reliable sources of information.