Famous Disc Jockeys
Children's Activist, Philanthropist, Disc Jockey, Radio Talk Show Host, Writer / 1940 -John Donald "Don" Imus is a radio personality famous for his "insult humor" as well as a philanthropist working to help children with cancer and other groups.
Disc Jockey, Television Personality, Television Producer / 1974 -
Ryan Seacrest is known for hosting the popular televised competition American Idol, the annual TV special Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve and the radio program American Top 40.
Disc Jockey, Television Personality / 1937 - 1995Alison Steele Radio disc jockey from Brooklyn, NY. She broadcast on WNEW-FM as “Nightbird” and was one of the first female disc jockeys on the radio.
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profile name: Danny Bonaduce profile occupation: Actor, Disc Jockey, Television Personality
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profile name: Ernest Tubb profile occupation: Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer, Disc Jockey
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