John Harlan, American radio and television personality, Died at 91

John Henry Harlan was born on December 21, 1925, and died on February 27, 2017.

He was an American television announcer.

Harlan has worked on numerous television projects for over 40 years, particularly game and variety shows.

He is originated from Sonoma County, California.

His most popular work was for the Bob Hope specials aired on NBC during the 1960s through the 1990s.

As a game show fanciers, his most memorable outings were the versions of Name That Tune produced between 1974 and 1985.

He attended California State University, Fresno, graduating in 1948.

Harlan served as class president for the fall term.

He was a friend of Wendell Bell, serving as his best man at his 1947 wedding.

John Harlan passed away at 91 years old.