Johnny Olson
Johnny olsen
Name John Leonard Olson
Born May 22, 1910
Place Windom, Minnesota
Died October 12, 1985 (aged 75)
Place Santa Monica, California
Cause of Death Cerebral hemorrhage
Occupation Announcer

Johnny Olson (born John Leonard Olson in Windom, MN, May 22, 1910; died October 12, 1985) was an American radio and television announcer. He was the announcer for over 32 Goodson-Todman game shows, but most notably, The Price is Right from its premiere in 1972 until 1985 (when he was replaced by Rod Roddy). Before his career as a game show announcer, he was the host on the DuMont Television Network. His first announcing job was on the original 1958 version of Name That Tune. John passed away from a brain hemorrhage on October 12, 1985; he was 75.

Goodson-Todman Shows AnnouncedEdit





Johnny Olson Remembered at the end of TPIR
Bob Barker Announces the Death of Johnny Olson

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