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John Harrison Frick Jr., known better as Mark Elliot (born September 24, 1939 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa), is an American voice-over artist. He first began his career as a disc jockey for numerous stations, often under various pseudonyms, and was a frequent guest host on both American Top 40 and Casey's Top 40.

Elliot is best-known for his longtime work for Disney, particularly for their home video trailers, featurettes, bumpers, and logos. You may not recognize his name, but if you've seen any Disney movies on VHS between the late 1980s to early 2000s, you will definitely recognize his voice. Outside of Disney, he also did work for Fox and CBS in the '80s and '90s, as well as trailers for non-Disney animated movies, and some audio descriptive voiceovers. Elliot also appeared alongside fellow voice-over artists Don LaFontaine, John Leader, Nick Tate and Al Chalk in 5 Men and a Limo. Elliot has also taken occasional roles in film, namely appearing as himself in In a World...,


See also Brian Cummings, another voice actor heard on numerous Disney trailers and bumpers.


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