Howard St. John
Biographical Information
Born October 9th, 1905
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Died March 13th, 1974
New York City, New York, United States
Productions Li'l Abner as General Bullmoose (original Broadway cast)
Recordings Li'l Abner (original cast recording)
Vocal Type Baritone-Bass

Howard St. John was an American actor.


Born in Chicago, Illinois, he began as an onstage entertainer, making his Broadway debut in the comedy The Blonde Sinner, as well as originating the non-singing role of the Aide de Camp in Princess Charming.

Frequently cast as stern or authoritarian figures, St. John had an extensive film career too, appearing in such films as Three Coins in a Fountain, and Alfred Hitchcok's Strangers on a Train. He passed away in 1974.


St. John had one musical role, that of General Bullmoose, a part he both originated in the original musical and reprised for the film adaptation.


Li'l Abner (1956)Edit

  • Progress is the Route of All Evil (solo)
  • Progress is the Route of All Evil (reprise)(solo)

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