August 19, 2022

Cayman Kelly Renews as The National Voice of ESPN Radio for Third Consecutive Year

Voiceover artist Cayman Kelly celebrated his third year on ESPN, renewing his ongoing contract before the start of the 2022 fall sports season. Widely recognized for his signature smooth and captivating voice, Cayman is an American voiceover mainstay with appearances in animations, video games, movies, television, album promos, concerts, commercials, and radio stations, which of course include – national sports radio. Kelly has been a voiceover icon for decades, uplifting and inspiring a wide range of new and established artists in radio, music, sports, television, and comedy.

 Cayman Kelly called into Sway in The Morning to talk about the release of his autobiographical story, “From $6 an Hour to a Million Dollar Dream.” The popular voice of ESPN and NFL Monday Night Football tells his rags to riches story that is filled with humor, hope, and much more. 

"Working with ESPN has been a dream come true and I remain just as excited now as I did three years ago when I first became the national voice of ESPN AUDIO," said Cayman Kelly. "Sports broadcasting is a purely American invention – as iconic as summer baseball games and apple pie. ESPN is American history in the making, so while I love the work I do, I'm also mindful of my important place on the airwaves. Our kids are listening too, and they need to know they can do absolutely anything they can dream of."

"Cayman brings an unmatched sound and primetime feel to everything he does," said David Roberts, ESPN Senior Vice President of Production. "We are excited to work with Cayman and look forward to his advice differentiating the sound of ESPN Audio."

For up-to-the-minute news on Kelly's ESPN show announcements along with his other voice appearances, visit him online. And to learn more about his career journey, read the story of Cayman's life in the #1 Bestselling Amazon memoir, "From $6 an Hour to a Million Dollar Dream." Follow Cayman Kelly on social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn. 

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