Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, JJ amassed more than 42 years of broadcasting experience as an on-air talent and voice-over artist.

Coming to Boston 1973, JJ was part of the soundtrack of your life on Boston’s most powerful radio stations.
Throughout the 70’s he was on the air at the legendary ‘Big 68 WRKO’, then for nearly 20 years in the
80’s and 90’s held down the midday shift at the top of the ratings for KISS 108, working along with
greats like Billy Costa and Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Famers Dale Dorman, Sunny Joe White,
Matty Siegel, and so many more. Later, he graced the airways of Boston’s heritage radio station Oldies
103.3 until its format change in the summer of 2012.

Since retiring from the radio airwaves in 2012, JJ now operates his own voice-over and production
business with his own in-home digital recording studio, in addition to working as a mobile DJ.

One client writes: “JJ Wright has a voice that is of a deep rich timbre, very smooth, soft, sexy, warm, and
compassionate. In addition, authoritative, real, honest and emotional. A voice that commands attention.
Perfect for narrations, documentaries, e-learning or whatever your story is that needs to be told.”

JJ, a member of SAG-AFTRA, currently spends time working on many of the movies that have been and are being filmed in the Boston area, such as America Hustle, The Judge, The Equalizer, Joy, Ghostbusters, Knives Out, Detroit, Honest Thief , Free Guy, Sleepover, Holdovers, Don’t Look Up, American Fiction and Spirit.

In recent years JJ has found joy on stage doing live community theatre. He has appeared in productions of James And The Giant Peach, Beauty And The Beast, Reefer Madness, Little Shop Of Horrors, To Kill A Mockingbird and Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory.

In 2014, JJ was inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall Of Fame.