Johnny Holliday

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Johnny Holliday

Johnny Holliday, left and Ray Knight
Born October 15, 1937 (1937-10-15) (age 76)
Miami, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Sportscaster
Spouse Mary Clare
Children Kellie, Tracie and Moira

Johnny Holliday (b. October 15, 1937) is an American sportscaster and former disc jockey. He is a personality with Mid-Atlantic Sports Network and the radio voice of the Maryland Terrapins football and basketball. He does the pregame/postgame show for Washington Nationals telecasts and a fill-in play-by-play announcer for Bob Carpenter. He also called United States Football League games for ABC Radio. Holliday has also worked for the Washington Bullets/Wizards, San Francisco Giants, California Golden Bears football and basketball, Washington Senators (as a TV Studio Host), Stanford Cardinal football and basketball, Navy Midshipmen football, and George Washington Colonials. He also covered the Olympics, boxing, and The Masters for ABC Radio. He has hosted pregame/postgame shows for the San Francisco Giants and Washington Redskins for radio coverage.