John Parsonson

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John Parsonson (19**-). Actor, director, teacher.


John graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, London, England. He held the Society of British Fight Director’s certificate of Proficiency with recommendation. John eventually moved to the USA directing plays that ran at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, Beverly Hills, California, the Skylight Theater and the Tamarind Theater, in Los Angeles, including The Island, starring David Paladino and Ken Rosier. He later started teaching acting in Clearwater, Florida.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

He was a member of PACT English company.

He performed in Conspiracy (1976) and in Dear Daddy (as “Billy” with Nigel Patrick).

He was cast as Richard Harris' brother in the film Game for Vultures with introductory billing and he produced and starred in the film Savage Encounter.


SACD 1977/78; 1978/79.

IMDb [1].


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