Gary graduated from Keele University. He began his voiceover career at ITV Central (based in the Midlands), in 1982, as an in-vision announcer. He co-presented CITV, with Debbie Shore (1st June 1987 – August 1988) – the links were live and based on large set built to look like a transmitting station. (Some sources state that Gary and Debbie presented from July to September 1985, but this is not true). He presented Yes, Oui Si Ja (23rd July 1986), a special for International Youth Year, featuring programmes for the young people of Europe.
Gary had his own shows on commercial radio. He did continuity and trails for VH 1 in the late-1990s and was an announcer on Granada Plus (1998 – 2004). For 24 years (May 1991 – May 2015), Gary was a familiar voice on Channel 4 as a continuity announcer. He narrated the Channel 4 documentary Phil Spector’s Demons (2007), Channel 5’s Ultimate series and the BBC South documentary on Portsmouth’s Spinnaker Tower (2005). He also provided the voice on Kamate, the official anthem for the Rugby World Cup (broadcast on France’s TF 1), which topped the French charts.
Since 2005, Gary has been running a successful voiceover training course VoMasterClass, coaching beginners in the art of voiceovers and helping them find work.
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