Philly-area voice actor recaps historic Super Bowl for NFL Films
By: Leonard Dozier
PHILADELPHIA - Feb. 13, 2018 - PRLog -- The Eagles and their fans are euphoric these days, with millions showing up for the parade celebrating the team's first Super Bowl victory ever.
So is Leonard Dozier, an ADDY Award-winning voice actor and near local who will be bringing his rich baritone voice to covering the Super Bowl highlights for NFL Films Presents.
The half-hour documentary will be aired tomorrow (February 13) on Fox Sports, ESPN, and NFL Network.
An Emmy-winning company, NFL Films Presents is one of the National Football League's banner shows, dating back to the 1960s.
This may be the first Super Bowl win ever for the Eagles, but it's not the first time Dozier has provided his voice for football. One of new voices of the NFL, he narrated Super Bowl highlights in September 2016 as well.
"It's a happy coincidence that I've been chosen as one of the voiceover 'go-to guys for the Eagles in addition to my ongoing voiceover work for the NFL," he said. "But it's a bigger deal this year. The Eagles' Super Bowl victory is etched in the team's lexicon."
Dozier's other voice credits include American Idol Ruben Studdard's national promo for the album "Love Is" and Centerlight Healthcare. He received his ADDY Award as the official voice of Boomtown Casino, and is one of the top voice-over coaches in the country.
A recording artist, as well, the versatile Dozier achieved another milestone this year, with his release of a new single entitled "Fly" on February 13.
"That marks another coincidence,"
"It is such a pivotal career achievement that I feel I have accomplished what I wanted to accomplish, and anything else at this point is a bonus in my career," he said. "I am honored to have been chosen NFL Films Presents."
NFL Films is the company devoted to producing commercials, television programs, feature films, and documentaries about the National Football League, as well as other unrelated major events and awards shows.
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