Joe Cipriano began his career as a broadcaster in Waterbury, Connecticut, while still in high school. Since then Joe has worked on the air for the Fox, NBC, ABC and CBS TV and Radio networks, achieving success on and off camera.Joe Cipriano

For over 25 years Joe is known as the Original and best known “Voice” of FOX.

Joe Cipriano is the "Voice" of the Fox TV Network
For the last 20 years Joe has held a similar position as one of the Signature Voices at CBS.

He also spent two years as the voice of NBC Dramas from 2005 to 2007. Wow, this guy gets around!

In the past several years Joe Cipriano has also been the “live” announcer for many of television’s biggest events such as the prestigious Grammy Awards which is broadcast live from Los Angeles to 195 countries reaching an estimated 1.7 Billion viewers.Joe Cipriano voiced Emmy Award telecasts

Joe also has been the announcer on scores of Game Shows. He is currently the voice of “Hollywood Game Night” with Jane Lynch on NBC, “Big Fan” with Andy Richter on ABC, “America’s Got Talent” on NBC and more. For years he was the voice of the wildly successful, “Deal or No Deal” and shows such as “1 VS 100,” “Monopoly Millionaires Club,” “Repeat After Me” and more.

Joe has also been the live voice of the 57th, 59th and 60th Annual Emmy Awards broadcasts. Other highlights include, “Sinatra 100, An All Star Grammy Concert,” “The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards”, “The VH1 Honors”, “GQ Magazine’s Men of the Year Awards”, “Elton John Live” and many other live Television events.

Joe appeared in the movie, “In a World” written, directed and starring Lake Bell. Lake Bell’s screenplay won as best screenplay at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.

In 1988, the Fox Television Network chose Joe Cipriano to be their “Image Voice”, as the fledgling company attempted to become a Bona fide fourth network. With the help of Joe Cipriano as their youthful-sounding voice, Fox was able to establish itself as a winner and today Fox is the Number 1 Television Network in America with adults 18-49.

In 1997 the CBS Television Network looked to Joe to assist in changing its image to attract a younger audience. His voice is closely associated with some of CBS Television’s brightest comedies such as “Two and a Half Men”, “Mike and Molly” and today continues to voice promos for “The Odd Couple,” “The Talk” and other CBS shows.

In 2005 Joe headed to Burbank for a two-year stint as the Signature voice for NBC dramas including, Heroes, ER, and Law and Order.Joe Cipriano Voice of The Food Network

Joe continues to voice promos for outlets such as ABC, Disney, Sony Television and for years was the signature voice of The Food Network.

He is also heard as the image voice of radio and TV stations all over the country including CW50 Detroit, Fresh 102.7 New York, K-Earth 101 Los Angeles, Boom 973 Toronto and WDVD Detroit to name just a few.

From 1993 to 2003 Joe served as co-host on the very successful, internationally syndicated radio program, “The World Chart Show.” This weekly two-hour count down show featured the planet’s hottest hits on 250 Radio Stations Worldwide with stories about and interviews with international music stars and celebrities. Talk about good Karma, “The World Chart Show” dedicated itself to generating international support for preservation of the planet’s reefs and rain forests, by joining in a global effort with The Nature Conservancy, a private non-profit organization.

Joe has also filled-in for Casey Kasem on American Top 40 which is heard on top radio stations all across America and Worldwide.Joe Cipriano on American Top 40

Joe has achieved success on-camera in Hollywood, in commercials with several national spots, and in acting for TV and movies. In 1990, Joe was a co-star in the NBC sitcom, “Knight and Daye” starring Jack Warden, Mason Adams and Hope Lange, produced by Babaloo Mandel and Lowel Ganz.

From 1987 to 1992, Joe produced and hosted two popular shows that aired in Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka and Kobe, Japan. The “LA Express” and “Toyota California Classics” scored record ratings in their time slots and enjoyed a long, successful run on the air in Japan.

Today, Joe and his wife Ann along with their two children live in Bel Air, CA. Joe is an avid tennis player and supporter of the game who lends his time to hosting and MCing benefit tennis events throughout Los Angeles. He is also the Founding Member of the Don LaFontaine  Voice Over Lab at the SAG Actors Center. The Lab is a tribute to  Joe’s good friend Don LaFontaine, who passed away in September of 2008.

In 2010 Joe was awarded the very first Don LaFontaine Legacy Award which recognizes a voice of impact as determined by a specialized industry committee. Through the criteria of character, longevity, talent, professionalism and the passion for giving back, the voting committee agreed that Joe embodies much of Don’s defining legacy.

Joe Cipriano has worked as an on-air personality for the following radio stations.
KIIS AM/FM Los Angeles

KKHR FM Los Angeles (CBS Hitradio)

KHTZ FM Los Angeles (K-Hits)

WRQX FM Washington, D.C. (ABC-Q107)

WKYS FM Washington, D.C. (NBC)

WDRC AM/FM Hartford, Connecticut

WWCO AM/FM Waterbury, Connecticut

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Rita Vennari at Sutton, Barth and Vennari in Los Angeles
(323) 938-6000

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