Ryan Cameron is the man behind the mic. Radio DJ by day, by night his smooth voice brings you all the action at the Hawks games at Philips Arena. Cameron claims that as the PA announcer, he has the best seat in the house.
As an actor, comedian, radio personality, and community advocate, Ryan Cameron is a media force the public loves to love.
His ground-up perspective of the entertainment industry began as a broadcasting major at the University of West Georgia where he worked for the college radio station. In 1991, Ryan went from intern to on-air personality at Atlanta's W-VEE radio station and his life has never been the same. Throughout his career, Ryan has been recognized by his peers as Air Personality of the Year, Best Character Voice, Best Show, as well as being nominated for the prestigious Marconi award for excellence in radio broadcasting.
His stage credits include being directed by acclaimed Broadway director Kenny Leon in his production of Fences and his film credits include Trois, Jinx'd, Drumline, and Stomp the Yard. He has been honored by the city of Atlanta with two Phoenix Awards and his own Ryan Cameron Day.
In front of the camera, Cameron is a two-time Emmy Award winner for Best On-Camera Talent at NBC affiliate, WXIA in Atlanta. His stand-up comedy made him a BET Comic View winner and Sammy Davis Jr Comedy Award nominee. He also has appearances on CNN, MTV, ESPN, the Montel Williams show, Rolanda, the Jamie Foxx show, and the Destiny's Child concert DVD to his credit.
Today, Ryan Cameron is the number one afternoon drive personality in the southeast. His show airs Monday through Friday on radio powerhouse W-VEE V103 Atlanta. His cutting edge humor and unique point of view are what make him one of the most listened to personalities in America. When he's not on the radio, you can catch Ryan at the Atlanta Hawks home games as the official Public Address Announcer (the first African American announcer in the history of the hawks franchise) or hard at work in the community with the Ryan Cameron Foundation.
Ryan still resides in his hometown - Atlanta - with his wife Kysha and their three children Ryan Megan, Kai, and Cayden. Ryan's motto is success only comes before work in the dictionary.
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