John Joseph Travolta
February 18, 1954
Englewood, New Jersey, U.S.A.
|Years active||1972 – Present|
About John Travolta
John Travolta is an American actor, dancer, singer and producer.
John Travolta is best recognized for his parts in a variety of movies and television programs. He attained wide-spread popularity and notoriety for his appearances as Tony Manero and Danny Zuko in the classic films “Saturday Night Fever” and “Grease,” respectively. In these movies, Travolta displayed both his acting and dance prowess.
John Travolta has starred in a number of other well-known movies over his career, including “Pulp Fiction,” “Face/Off,” “Get Shorty,” “Hairspray,” and “Urban Cowboy.” Critical acclaim, several nominations, and awards have been bestowed upon him due to his flexibility as an actor and capacity to fit into various genres.
Along with his acting, John Travolta is renowned for his singing and dancing prowess. He has remained a well-known character in the entertainment sector, and his contributions to popular culture have endured.