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John William Schwab III (born September 15, 1972) 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.


Schwab was born in Pensacola, Florida, the son of John William Schwab II, and the third of four children. He went to high school in Okinawa, Japan and Seoul, South Korea. His father served in the United States Marine Corps.

Schwab made his first appearance in 1997 as the US voice of a voice trumpet in the British iconic children's series Teletubbies. His other television roles include Rescue Heroes, My Dad's the Prime Minister, Noel's House Party, Hotel Babylon, Trust, Ultimate Force, Undercover, America's War on Drugs and Monarch of the Glen. Schwab also served as the narrator of the Discovery Channel documentary television series Weaponology from 2007 through 2008.

He played an umpire in the comedy film Mr. 3000, featuring the comedic actor Bernie Mac. His film credits include Back to Gaya, The Fifth Estate, Zero Dark Thirty, The Anomaly, The Current War, The Program, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Annihilation.

He met his wife, Tamsin, in Seoul after graduation and studied English Literature at Durham University. He and Tasmin married in 1994. He has two sons.


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