John Warrick is a renowned actor best known for his roles in Phenomenauts (2009), Trolls & Antechambers: The Comeback (2015) and Phenomena: Probing the Paranormal (2009).
He is a medical doctor with 27 years of experience in private practice, specializing in chronic pain management and the use of stellate ganglion block for Meniere’s disease and tinnitus. Additionally, Dr. Jones has published extensively on anaesthesia for peptic surgery procedures.
Early Life and Education
John Warrick was born on September 16, 1960 in Washington, Pennsylvania to Earl and Mary Dire Warrick. A 1978 graduate of Trinity High School in Washington, he is the son of Earl and Mary Dire Warrick.
He worked at Ross Mould in Washington, PA until his retirement after 21 years of service. He was a master chipper.
He spent much of his career as a medical director in Newfoundland, Canada. Additionally, he wrote a weekly health column for The Telegram newspaper of St John’s, Newfoundland.
Father Dyer United Methodist Church member and avid traveler, he enjoys world travel, golf and snowshoeing. Additionally, he volunteers as an Ambassador at Copper Mountain Ski Resort in Frisco, Colorado; proud patriot and family are of the utmost importance to him.
John Warrick began his career with United Parcel Service (UPS) in 1969 and held various management positions within the organization – from supervisor to manager and division manager. Over time he was promoted several times and experienced a range of interesting, challenging positions within the company.
He worked for UPS for 34 years, holding numerous prestigious positions that required his knowledge, skill set and leadership abilities.
He spent over 15 years in the Asia Pacific region of UPS, leading operations in Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, Guam and the Philippines. As one of the early success stories under UPS International umbrella he helped establish and direct this region as one of its early success stories. A passionate leader who loved traveling around the world to observe peoples, cultures and languages first-hand.
Achievements and Honors
Warrick is an acclaimed historian and researcher, having held positions at The Washington Post and The News & Observer of Raleigh, North Carolina.
He has earned several distinctions for his work, such as a 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service and election to the National Academy of Sciences.
His research interests span Hydrology, Sedimentation, Discharge and Oceanography. He is particularly keen on connecting the fields of River Mouth Hydrology with Hydrology by applying Rating curves and Sedimentary Budgets to study Hydrology and Stormwater management.
He is a member of both the National Academy of Sciences and American Academy of Arts and Sciences. His research has been published in numerous journals, and he has presented it at numerous conferences.
John Warrick was a passionate family man and believer in serving those around him. As an active member of both First Christian Church and Refuge Fellowship Church in Oklahoma City, he had the opportunity to minister to some of Oklahoma City’s struggling and forgotten families.
His career as a sculptor was also filled with collaborations in other art fields. He was particularly drawn to verbatim theatre, production dramaturgy and community-based theater; projects he has collaborated on include the National Endowment for the Arts, Mississippi Humanities Council and Telling Project.
John Warrick is estimated to have a net worth of approximately 11 million dollars, the majority of his wealth coming from his football career.
He was a professional football player who spent time with the Tampa Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons, Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions. Additionally, he earned himself two consensus All-American honoree designations.
He is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and an Advisory Board Member at the Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for Sports Law at Villanova University School of Law. Additionally, Warrick Dunn Charities, founded in 2002 by him, offers financial assistance to economically challenged single parents and their children throughout America through two programs: Home for the Holidays and Betty’s Hope.