John Moschitta

Birthday, Height, Age, Net Worth, Biography & Facts

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John Moschitta ’s Birthday Highlights

Birth Name

John Moschitta

Eye Color


Place Of Birth

New York City, USA


68 years old

Birth Date

June 08, 1954

Star Sign


John Moschitta Facts

Child Star?



Voice Actor

Net Worth

$3 million


1.8m (5'7"")



Chinese Year

Year of the Horse

About John Moschitta Jr 

John Moschitta Jr. is famous as Motormouth or the Fast Talking Guy.

As the World's Fastest Talker, he was featured in The Guinness Book of World Records. But he was overthrown from his Guinness Book records by Steve Woodmore for speaking 637 words per minute and Sean Shannon for speaking 655 words per minute.

Moschitta made many commercials as the Micro Machines Man. He was in Mathnet as Johnny Dollar. He was the radio announcer in Dick Tracy. He acted Larry Lunch in Madame's Place.

John Moschitta Jr Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is John Moschitta Jr’s net worth?

John Moschitta Jr. secured a net worth of $3 million. Most of the earnings come from his being a voice actor.

How much does John Moschitta Jr earn per year?

The annual salary of John Moschitta Jr. has not been disclosed yet on the web.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is John Moschitta Jr?

John Moschitta Jr. seems 5 ft 9 in (175 cm) tall, which is a little more than an average American.

How old is John Moschitta Jr?

Being born on August 6, 1954, makes John Moschitta Jr. 67 years old as of 2021.

Childhood And Education

John Moschitta Jr., the Micro Machines Man, was born and brought up in New York City in the United States. Any early life or academic information of Moschitta Jr. has not been disclosed on the web.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is John Moschitta Jr’s partner?

Any personal life or past relationships of John Moschitta Jr. has not been disclosed yet on the web.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

John Moschitta Jr. as an American spokesperson made an appearance on 'That's Incredible', the ABC TV series, and performed the lyrics from 'Ya Got Trouble' from 'The Music Man'.

After the show, Moschitta Jr. was hired by Patrick Kelly and Michael Tesch from Ally & Gargano. They wanted him to be in a FedEx commercial and keep in mind, at that time FedEx was Federal Express. In that commercial, he became a fast-talking executive named Jim Spleen in Joe Sedelmaier produced 'Fast Paced World'. After the commercial, he was nicknamed 'Motormouth'.

John Moschitta Jr. appeared in many radio commercials, including Minute Rice, Northwest Airlines, Olympus Camera, Burger King, and JetBlue. Started as a contestant on Pyramid, he later became producer Bob Stewart's production assistant. He had done the voiceover of Blurr in The Transformers: The Movie. Moschitta was on Superhuman, where he was explaining the prices of three different vehicles to Mike Byster, the episode was released on June 26, 2017.

What awards did John Moschitta Jr win?

Moschitta got a Silver Medal from the International Film and Television Festival of New York for acting in HBO's 'Great Cable Comparison'. His FedEx advertisement earned six Cilo Awards and John Moschitta Jr. got the Best Performance–Male award. The commercial made it to the Most Effective Campaign in the History of Advertising according to Turn-of-the-century polls and they labeled Moschitta Jr. the Most Effective Spokesperson.

Other Interesting John Moschitta Jr Facts And Trivia

  • John Moschitta Jr. started recording '10 Classics in 10 Minutes' in 1986 and he as a voice actor used to describe classic literary tales in one minute.
  • The 10 Classics collection covered Willian Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet', 'The Great Gatsby', Herman Melville's 'Moby-Dick', Margaret Mitchell's 'Gone with the Wind' and John Steinbeck's 'The Grapes of Wrath'.
  • Moschitta was the Super Sonic Seymour in 1992 'Garfield and Friends'. In 1994 he played the character Mr. Crudd in 'Blankman'.
  • He showed up in 'Pinky and the Brain' as Kurt Sackett, senior supervisor of the Hackensack Socko Kicky-Sack Sack Kicker Factory.
  • In 2004 he was the Announcer for 'Balderdash'.
  • In 2013 he showed up in 'Oddities' as himself.
  • He was the voice of the FedEx Guy in 'Family Guy'. In March 1999 Advertising Agency gave the campaign 11th rank among the Top 100 Campaigns. On October 6, 2008, New York Magazine put it on #1 as The Most Memorable Advertisements Madison Avenue Ever Sold.
  • Moschitta mentioned he made 29 flawless takes and the director deduced him as a machine for not mistaking once. So he deliberately fumbled a little and they used that part in the final cut.

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