Don Pardo

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Don Pardo

Born

2/22/1918, Westfield, Massachusetts, USA

Died

8/18/2014

Birth Name

Dominick George Pardo

Gender

Male

Also Known As

Dom Pardo
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Don Pardo is a legendary radio and television announcer. He was first hired by WNBC radio in New York in 1938. Starting in the 1950s, Pardo was an in-house announcer for the NBC television network. Pardo, Milton Berle, and Bob Hope are the only three people to have…more

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  • He's funny & has been a talented voice back to Laugh In, then Jepordy, & then Saturday Night Live.

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    Don Pardo: (born February 22, 1918) is an American radio and television announcer. He is noted for his long association with NBC, and in particular with Saturday Night Live, for which he has been the announcer for all but one of its seasons, and continues today as the program's announcer, several years after his official retirement from NBC.



    He's funny & has been a talented voice back to Laugh In, then Jepordy, & then Saturday Night Live. He has done commercial voice over for many things on television. He was on Weird Al's "I Lost At Jepordy", which was really funny & intertaining.He is also a good family man.NBC is very

    fortunate to have him on their staff. I thought it was so cool to see him on http://www.tv.com & other online search engines, yahoo, msn, bing... Edward, Bedford, Indianamoreless
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