Casey Kasem

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Casey Kasem

Casey Kasem (born Kemal Amin Kasem on April 27, 1932,[1][2] in Detroit, Michigan of Palestinian/Lebanese heritage) is an American radio host and voice actor. He was the host of the weekly American Top 40 radio show from 1970 to 1988, and again from March 1998 until January 10, 2004. Ryan Seacrest is now the host. Kasem is the host of two weekly radio shows, American Top 20 with Casey Kasem and American Top 10 with Casey Kasem.

Kasem also provides the voice of many advertisements, has done many voices for Sesame Street, and is the voice of 'Shaggy' for the animated television show Scooby-Doo.

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Preceded by
none
American Top 40 host
1970–1988
Succeeded by
Shadoe Stevens
Preceded by
Shadoe Stevens
American Top 40 host
1998–2004
Succeeded by
Ryan Seacrest