Gordon Keith (radio host)

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Gordon Keith (aka "The Great Gordo") is an American radio host on KTCK SportsRadio 1310 AM "The Ticket" in Dallas, Texas. He has shared hosting duties with George Dunham and Craig "Junior" Miller since 1995.[1]


  • February 2007 to January 2009 – Host and Executive Producer – WFAA presents The Gordon Keith Show on WFAA (Channel 8, Dallas, Texas)
  • October 2001 to March 2003 – Feature reporter on The Mark Cuban Show on KTVT (Channel 11) and KTXA (Channel 21).
  • 2000 – The Ticket TV Show on KSTR
  • April 1998 to September 2000 – Correspondent, Positively Texas on KTVT (Channel 11)
  • 1997 – Correspondent, Texas Rangers broadcasts on Fox Sports Southwest and KXTX (Channel 39)
  • 1996 – Feature reporter and writer, "Call It Like It Is – The Deion Sanders Show" on KDFW (Channel 4)
  • 1995 – Feature reporter, The Ticket on TV show on KDFI (Channel 27)


  • 2003 – Voice of animated characters for "Devil Costume" cartoon by French Boxing Productions [2]
  • 2000 – Voice of animated character "Chadsworth" (1 episode) in "Nana and Li'l Puss Puss" for DNA Productions[3]
  • 1998 – Voice of animated character "Sidney" (9 episodes) for children's program "Jingaroo" by DNA Productions





During a trip to Green Bay in 1997, Keith was arrested for trespassing at Lambeau Field. While on air, Keith went into the empty stadium and walked on to the field. From the prodding of the on-air hosts, Keith screamed "Jerry Kramer was offsides" and "Bart Starr was not that great". Lambeau security attempted to restrain him and Keith immediately tried to leave the area, only to be arrested by the Green Bay Police Department outside of the stadium.[5]

The Nestor/Keith controversy[edit]

A long-running feud has existed between members of The Ticket and Nestor Aparicio (also known as "Nasty Nestor" and "The Ultimate Douche"), an American sports writer and radio personality. On January 30, 2009, during Super Bowl week in Tampa, Florida, while roaming the Radio Row with a wireless microphone, Keith approached Aparicio in an alleged attempt to bury the hatchet.[6] Aparicio assaulted Keith before the scuffle was broken up by Super Bowl security. The incident was broadcast live during The Ticket's morning show.[7]


  1. ^ "The Musers". SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket – Dallas – Fort Worth. 
  2. ^ "Devil Costume". French Boxing Productions. 
  3. ^ a b "Gordon Keith (II)". IMDb.com. 
  4. ^ "Columnists: Gordon Keith". QuickDFW.com – Dallas/Fort Worth. 
  5. ^ http://www.theunticket.com/gordon-keith-packed-in-jail/
  6. ^ "Gordon Keith attacked during radio show". The Dallas Morning News. 30 January 2009. Retrieved 2 February 2010. 
  7. ^ http://www.theunticket.com/nasty-nestor-chokes-out-gordon-keith/

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