With a mix of celebrity interviews, audience phone calls, caustic comedy, and political discussion, "The Alan Cox Show" has become known as one of the most bitingly satirical and intelligently edgy programs on the radio. - Radio Ink
I've been a comedian, radio & TV host, and writer for over 15 years. I've hosted successful radio shows in Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Detroit in addition to national call-in shows for FMQB and The Album Network in NYC, Los Angeles, Boston, and Salt Lake City. My pop culture column, "How's Your Trout?", was a fixture in Maniac magazine and I was a commentator for six years on PBS television. On stage, I've opened for Lewis Black, Dave Attell, Harland Williams, Richard Lewis, and others. In 2013, I was ranked #74 on Talkers magazine's annual Heavy Hundred talk show hosts.
I've established myself as a unique voice in the increasingly-homogenized realm of broadcasting: an even-handed cynic with a subversive sense of humor, an inclusive rapport with the audience, and familiarity with a wide array of topics. I'm as comfortable with live performance and spontaneous creativity as I am with the more intricate dynamics of commercial marketing and promotions. I'm currently doing commercial voiceover work for clients in Chicago, hosting an AMD music show in Detroit, and a PMD talk show in Cleveland . I continually work to establish myself creatively in emerging media, while expanding on my successes in traditional broadcasting.
I'm represented by Robert Eatman & Associates in Los Angeles. My voiceover agency is DeSanti Talents, Inc. in Chicago.