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Cayman Kelly Becomes New Voice of ESPN Audio


Cayman Kelly
Cayman Kelly

ESPN Audio is collaborating with leading voice-over artist and host Cayman Kelly to bring his contemporary sound to the network. Kelly will work closely with ESPN Audio on a variety of sound for the network's programming including updates, promotions and much more. In August, listeners will begin hearing Kelly's dynamic work across everything from ESPN Radio's new weekday lineup to digital podcasts and live event content.

Kelly's multi-platform career has included work across ESPN and other TV networks, radio stations of all genres, video games, live concerts and events and corporate presentations.

"I am super excited to be working with such an amazing team that I have turned to for sports as a fan for years," said Kelly. "Now, to suddenly be a part of the sports magic is surreal! I'm extremely thankful for the opportunity."

David Roberts, ESPN senior vice president, production said, "Cayman brings an unmatched sound and prime-time feel to everything he does. We are excited to work with Cayman and look forward to his voice differentiating the sound of ESPN Audio."

Kelly started his voice-over career when he became the voice for BET and their digital networks after working on other projects for the network. Since then, he has voiced television promos for TV Land, TV One, Bounce TV, Cartoon Network and more. After receiving much recognition for his work, he became the imaging voice of numerous radio stations across the country, including for POWER 105.1 in New York and successful radio show, "The Breakfast Club," in addition to hosting a national show on SiriusXM.

He was a voice on "Grand Theft Auto V" and worked with artists on tour including Usher, Mary J. Blige, Wiz Khalifa, Boyz II Men and Bruno Mars. Kelly has hosted numerous events across the globe that include festivals attended by 10,000-30,000 plus individuals.

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