John Moschitta, Jr. (b. 1954) is an actor and commercial spokesperson distinguished by his extremely fast-talking delivery, which at one point gained him entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's fastest talker. Moschitta is most familiar from his commercial appearances as the rapid-fire executive in FedEx spots, and similar ads for MicroMachines and Minute Rice.
In the 1980s, Moschitta appeared on Sesame Street, using his established persona, in insert segments. In one, he plays a father whose two children possess an extremely long string of names, one for each letter of the alphabet. In another segment, he plays a salesman for "Peter Piper P Products."
Moschitta's other credits include appearances on Square One TV (another CTW series Square One TV), voice parts in Transformers and Garfield and Friends, and such films as Dick Tracy and Blankman. He also served as announcer for the final season of the game show Hollywood Squares. In 2011, he returned to the spokesperson limelight as Mr. Nonstop in commercials for JetBlue airlines,