Widely known for lending his distinct baritone voice to the bumpers and commercials for AMC's series The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead. He passed away tragically following a sky diving accident in July 2017 at age 64.
He earned his first major TV voiceover gig in 2001 when he became the narrator for Texas Justice. He worked on three episodes between 2001-2004.
He often introduced the TV series Preacher on AMC and voiced for brands such as Coke and Geico in commercials. He also worked as the announcer for the NBC crime series Blindspot in 2017.
He was married and had children.
He voiced over 500 episodes as the announcer for Alex Ferrer's reality courtroom series Judge Alex.