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John Cato is an accomplished actor, comedian and voice-over artist. He can currently be heard as the Voice of DELL on their national commercials. He has also appeared in various national on-camera and voice-over commercials, on television in "General Hospital' and on HGTV, as well as independent features, CD-ROMS, and corporate industrials. His ... See full bio »
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The Act Married Couple
America So Beautiful
The Dogwalker


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 2004 The Act (Short)
Married Couple
 2002 America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (TV Series documentary)
Ronnie Sutton
- James Rick Johnson (2002) ... Ronnie Sutton
 2002 The Dogwalker
 1999 Chicken Soup for the Soul (TV Series)
Young Vince
- The Last Dance (1999) ... Young Vince
 1997 The Unsolved (Video Game)
 1993 In the Dead of Winter (Video)
 1992 General Hospital (TV Series)
James Coolidge
- Episode #1.7374 (1992) ... James Coolidge
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 2000 Belong (casting assistant)
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 2000 Now Chinatown (associate producer)
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 2005 Offbeat America (TV Series)
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