In 1953, John was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Best Actor.
John was nominated twice (in 2004 and 2005) and won twice (in 2003 and 2007) for a TV Land Award in the category of Favorite Heard-But-Not-Seen Character for lending his voice to Charlie's Angels.
In 1984, John won the Golden Apple award in the category of Male Star of the Year.
John was portrayed by Bartholomew John in the television film Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure.
In 1979, John lent his voice for a television commercial for Michelob beer.
John was offered the lead role on Trapper John, M.D., but turned it down.
In 1982, John quite smoking after his doctor advised him that he had a strong risk of developing emphysema.
John stands at 5' 11" or 1.80 m.
John received $5,000,000.00 to revive the voice of Charlie in the Charlie's Angels movies.
John married again on July 25, 2002 and is still married currently. He married Nicole Carter.
John married Julie Warren in 1943 and stayed married until her death on August 15 1994. They have 2 children together.
John was married to Parker McCormick from 1938 until 1940 when they divorced. They had one child together.
John decided to choose acting as career against the will of his father who was a Wall Street Business man.
John was a guest star in James Dean: Forever Young in 2005 playing himself.
John partook in the 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in 1999.
John appeared as a guest star to Linda Evans on Intimate Portrait in 2000.
John was even producing in 1953 when he Produced the episode of General Electric Theater called The First Hundred Years.
John was the Executive Producer of the TV movie On Fire in 1987.
John produced the movie Monty Roberts: A Real Horse Whisperer which was made in 1998.
John first real role was in Northern Pursuit playing a Soldier which he was not credited for.
John was the voice behind Charles Townsend in the TV series Charlie's Angels. He was heard every show but was never shown.
John reprised his role as Blake Carrington in the TV production of Dynasty: The Reunion in 1991.
John was the voice of Mr. Ryan in the movie We Wish You a Merry Christmas in 1999.
John changed his name for celebrity purposes to John Forsythe.
John Forsythe (on the passing of Charlie's Angels co-star Farrah Fawcett): Though I did not know her well, Farrah left an indelible mark on me and the public during her one-year reign on Charlie's Angels. She put up a gallant fight against her unforgiving disease and I send my deepest sympathy and prayers to her family and friends.
John Forsythe: The only way to quieten me is to invite me to a tennis match.
John Forsythe: My Carrington is much more human than he had been conceived by the authors and by the producer, at the beginning.
John Forsythe: I'm not a gambling-man. I have never bet a dollar in all my life.
John Forsythe: I laugh very often, you know, especially when I receive home the cheque of ABC-TV, every week. Then, I'm neither grim, nor melancholic.
John Forsythe: Life is full of surprises. A new day opens a new chapter in life.
John Forsythe: I really loved working with my three angels.
John Forsythe: Quite honestly, it takes a mayor a lot of guts to sit down and do this kind of show, but it's the old get-out-of-the-kitchen-if-you- can't-take-the-heat kind of thing.
John Forsythe: The airwaves are supposed to belong to the public, but they really don't. Here, at our station, they do and for a reasonable amount of money.
John Forsythe: Once you drink one glass, you want another.