Mitch Johnson (announcer)

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Mitchel Johnson (born 21 August 1966) is a British television and radio presenter. He is also the voice for many advertising campaigns in the UK and around the world. Johnson is best known for his work on Virgin Radio, Capital Radio and BBC TV.

Johnson joined Live & Kicking at the start of series 3 as the voice-over man who lived in the cupboard and was never seen on air. His voice was already well known with listeners to Virgin Radio where he presented a show of his own. His voice has since featured on several other BBC shows including Friends Like These , Children in Need , The National Lottery , Record Breakers and Comic Relief and on the video game International Superstar Soccer Pro 98 as the match commentator.

Johnson's voice was heard announcing the Hyde Park acts at Live 8 in 2005.

He has been heard on the BBC One programme Tonight's the Night with former Live & Kicking colleague John Barrowman. Johnson can still be heard on many radio stations in the UK as the main station voice, as well as presenting on The Coast. [1]

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