Earl V. Prebezac
A seasoned actor with over sixty years experience in the Northwest performing arts, appearing in every medium from stage and screen to broadcast. In 1957 he and wife Nann helped to establish the long-running Edmonds Driftwood Players. He entertained audiences as the popular emcee for the Seattle Opera House World Cavalcade for over ten years, and more recently as the lead role, Grandpa Bill, in the critically acclaimed independent film Buffalo Bill's Defunct. Currently he performs on radio's Library for the Blind Network and as a voice actor for radio and television commercials. Prebezac, also known as Mr. P by his students, was a beloved teacher of over thirty-five years at Roosevelt High School in Seattle.

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