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John Moschitta, Jr.
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    (August 6, 1954- )
    Born in New York City, New York
    Recognized in the Guinness Book of Records as world's fastest talker at 586 words per minute
    Appeared in ads for Federal Express and Micro Machines
    Announcer for Hollywood Squares (2003-04)
    Provided the voice of Blur in 'The Transformers'
    Created the board game 'Motor Mouth' (1990)
    If he talked at a normal pace, he wouldn't have a career.
    He was discovered after an appearance on 'That's Incredible.'
    When Guinness dropped 'fastest talker' as a category, he changed his billing to 'America's Favorite Fast Talker.'
    He has five sisters and claims he became a fast talker 'just to get a word in edgewise.'
    He built a nice career out of an odd talent.
    He won two Clio awards for his commercial work.
    The FedEx 'Fast Paced World' spot was named 11th best ad campaign of the 20th century by Advertising Age.
    He has raised $20 million for charities as a celebrity auctioneer.

Credit: C. Fishel

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