List of announcers in English-speaking countries

List of announcers in English-speaking countries

This is a list of notable announcers in English-speaking countries.
* James Alexander Gordon (Sports Report, BBC Radio Five Live)
* Art Bell (Weekend host of Coast to Coast AM)
* George Noory (Weekday host of Coast to Coast AM)
* Bern Bennett (CBS staff announcer)
* John Benson ("The Eamonn Andrews Show", Sale of the Century)
* Marcus Bentley (Big Brother, Channel 4)
* Jack Buck (St. Louis Cardinals baseball announcer)
* Joe Castiglione yes (Boston Red Sox baseball announcer)
* Jerry Trupiano (Boston Red Sox baseball announcer)
* Don Orsillo (Boston Red Sox baseball announcer)
* Jerry Remy (Boston Red Sox baseball announcer)
* Harry Caray (St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs baseball announcer)
* John Madden NFL announcer
* Tony Chimel (announcer of SmackDown!)
* Jack Clark ("Password," "Wheel of Fortune")
* Vernon Corea (A pioneer announcer of Radio Ceylon/SLBC and the BBC)
* Howard Cosell (Sports announcer)
* Jonathan Crouse (CKBW announcer)
* Jim Cutler - Voice of many network television promos and film trailers (mostly for Tribune-owned television stations).
* Anthony Davis (Entertainment announcer. The Royal Variety Performance, Comic Relief, The Commonwealth Games)
* Peter Dickson (Family Fortunes, The Price Is Right)
* Hal Douglas (Many network television promos and film trailers)
* Rich Fields ("The Price Is Right", "Gameshow Marathon", "CBS Network promos", "Flamingo Fortune", film and television voice over)
* Dave Fleming (San Francisco Giants Color Comentator and Play by Play announcer)
* Lilian Garcia (announcer of WWE "RAW")
* Johnny Gilbert ("Jeopardy!", "The $25,000 Pyramid")
* Joel Godard ("Late Night with Conan O'Brien")
* Edd Hall ("The Tonight Show")
* John Harlan ("Name That Tune", "People's Choice Awards", "American Gladiators", Bob Hope television specials)
* John Harvey ("Double Dare")
* Ernie Harwell (Detroit Tigers announcer)
* Stuart Hibberd (early BBC Radio personality, chief BBC announcer from 1924 to 1951)
* Bob Hilton ("Blockbusters", "Trivia Trap", "The Newlywed Game" (1980s), substitute announcer on numerous game shows)
* Mark Holtz (Texas Rangers baseball announcer)
* Alan Kalter ("The Late Show with David Letterman")
* Mike Krukow (San Francisco Giants baseball, Color Comentator)
* Duane Kuiper (San Francisco Giants baseball, Play by Play announcer)
* Don LaFontaine (Voice of many network television promos and film trailers)
* Jon Miller (Radio Comentator San Francisco Giants, ESPN Sunday Night Baseball Play by Play Announcer)
* Ed McMahon ("The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson")
* Herbert Morrison (radio announcer who reported the Hindenburg disaster}
* Don Morrow (Many film trailers, "Sale of the Century", "Now You See It")
* John Moschitta, Jr. (Micro Machines commercials, "Hollywood Squares")
* Eric Nadel (Texas Rangers baseball announcer)
* Don Naylor (Radio personality on WGST Atlanta, GA)
* Charlie O'Donnell ("Wheel of Fortune", "The $100,000 Pyramid", "Tic Tac Dough", "The Joker's Wild", numerous award shows including the "Academy Awards" and the "American Music Awards")
* Johnny Olson ("The Price Is Right", "Match Game", "To Tell the Truth", "What's My Line?", "I've Got a Secret", "Concentration")
* Gary Owens ("Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In")
* Don Pardo (NBC staff announcer, as well as "Saturday Night Live", "Jeopardy!", "The Price is Right")
* Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts quarterback)
* Simon Prebble (The Price Is Right)
* Bill Ratner - Voice of many network television promos and film trailers
* William Rice (ABC News)
* Burton Richardson ("The Arsenio Hall Show", "To Tell the Truth" (1990-1991) , "Family Feud" (1999-present version), "The Price Is Right" (daytime substitute announcer, 2001-present, 1994-1995 syndicated version), "Russian Roulette)"
* Justin Roberts (announcer of WWE ECW)
* Rod Roddy ("The Price Is Right" (1986-2003), "Soap", "Press Your Luck")
* Vin Scully (Los Angeles Dodgers baseball announcer)
* Brad Sham (Dallas Cowboys football announcer)
* Shadoe Stevens ("Hollywood Squares")
* Jay Stewart ("Let's Make a Deal", "Sale of the Century")
* Ray Szmanda (Radio and television advertising, Menards)
* Erik Thompson (Voice of numerous television network promos)
* Charlie Tuna ("Scrabble", "The New Battlestars")
* Beau Weaver (film and television advertising)
* Bill Wendell (Ernie Kovacs show, "Late Night with David Letterman", "The Tonight Show," "To Tell the Truth")
* Randy West ("Supermarket Sweep", "Trivial Pursuit", "Weakest Link", "Kids Choice Awards", various voiceovers/commercials, "The Price is Right" (substitute announcer), "The Price is Right - LIVE")
* Kenny Williams (announcer) ("Hollywood Squares", "High Rollers")
* Gene Wood ("Family Feud", "Card Sharks," "Classic Concentration," "Password Plus", "Super Password")

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