Les Marshak is New York City's nationally-known voiceover artist and announcer extraordinaire! Les Marshak has been the voice of network television's biggest events including The Oscars, The Tony Awards, and The Emmy Awards.
Nationally-known voiceover artist and announcer extraordinaire!
It is Les Marshak's voice you hear every morning introducing NBC's Today Show. As a voice-over artist, Les has voiced thousands of radio and tv spots, including having been Macy's commercial spokesman for 20 years. Les Marshak has been the voice of some of network television's biggest events, having arguably been the live announcer of more award shows than anyone in the history of network television: The Oscars, The Tony Awards, The Emmy Awards, and others. Click "Video" and select "The Interview" to hear Les describe in detail the nail-biting and adrenaline-pumping experience of being the voice of the Oscars. Select the video "Career Highlights", showcasing many of Les' high profile work in broadcasting since the age of 18.
Click "Audio Montages" to hear Les' current work along with vintage material. The bio will fill you in on Les Marshak's career, which began at an early age in a most unexpected and exciting way. Visit "How It All Began" to read and listen to how it happened. To send Les an e-mail, click contact.
Les Marshak is nominated for an EMMY!
Les Marshak was the subject of a special feature on WNBC-TV's "Mike'd Up" on July 13, 2008. In the mid 50's as a young teenager, Les captured the legendary New York Yankee players up close with his 8mm movie camera. Click here and enjoy the memories.