Craig Willis

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Craig Willis (born 1954) is an Australian announcer who has appeared as the voice of many of Network Ten / One HD & Seven Network's AFL Grand Final, Anzac Day, Dreamtime At The 'G and major Finals Broadcasts/Telecasts. He is known to many as the 'voice of the AFL'

He also performs voiceovers at other major events, including the Melbourne Cup. He is regarded as one of Australia's premier announcers. The Master of Ceremonies also hosts the traditional Grand Final Breakfast, a fixture of AFL's one day in September. He does voiceovers for Melbourne radio station 3AW. In 2004, he was the ground announcer at the Athens Olympics and he also fulfilled that role at the Sydney Olympic Games. He announces the players at the Australian Open Tennis. He also narrates the fox sports television show atp tennis.

He is also the voice of Bank of Melbourne telephone banking.

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  1. ^ Athens, here I come, The Age, 5 July 2004.