John Roselius

The Partnership used a simple advertisement showing an egg in a frying pan, similar to this photo, suggesting that the effect of drugs on a brain was like an egg on a hot pan.

American film and television actor.

- John Roselius
The Partnership used a simple advertisement showing an egg in a frying pan, similar to this photo, suggesting that the effect of drugs on a brain was like an egg on a hot pan.

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The Partnership used a simple advertisement showing an egg in a frying pan, similar to this photo, suggesting that the effect of drugs on a brain was like an egg on a hot pan.

This Is Your Brain on Drugs

Large-scale US anti-narcotics campaign by Partnership for a Drug-Free America launched in 1987, that used three televised public service announcements (PSAs) and a related poster campaign.

Large-scale US anti-narcotics campaign by Partnership for a Drug-Free America launched in 1987, that used three televised public service announcements (PSAs) and a related poster campaign.

The Partnership used a simple advertisement showing an egg in a frying pan, similar to this photo, suggesting that the effect of drugs on a brain was like an egg on a hot pan.
Advertisement derived from the campaign in Monrovia, Liberia

The 30-second version of the first PSA, from 1987, shows a man (played by John Roselius) in a starkly furnished apartment who asks if there is anyone out there who still does not understand the dangers of drug abuse.