Kerri Kasem

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Kerri Kasem
Nationality American
Occupation Radio and television personality
Years active 1993-present
Website
http://www.kerrikasem.com/

Kerri Kasem is the daughter of the late radio host Casey Kasem. Following in her father's footsteps she hosted the nationally syndicated Sixx Sense and The Side Show Countdown With Nikki Sixx from February 2010 to April 2014.[1]

She was co-host with Alan Stock on KXNT 840 AM in Las Vegas for a morning radio talk show. She left KXNT in August 2007. She has worked on radio shows such as "Racing Rocks," the "National Lampoon Comedy Countdown", "The Solomon Free Money Hour," and "Pet Talk".[when?]

In 2003 Kasem was a reality show contestant on ESPN's Beg, Borrow & Deal.

Kasem has appeared on the E! channel,[when?] and is a host on UFC and on Sí TV's The Rub.

She attended the Academy of Radio Broadcasting in Huntington Beach, California.[2][3]

Kasem is now a co-host with Alan Gurvey on Gurvey's Law on KABC (AM) Talk Radio on Saturdays from 2 PM to 3 PM.[4][5]

Personal life[edit]

On October 7, 2013, Kasem's sister, Julie Kasem, and Julie's husband, filed a conservatorship petition to place their father under their care.[6] The conservatorship petition was denied by the court.[7] On May 12, 2014, Kasem was granted temporary conservatorship of her father, over the objections of her stepmother, Jean.[8]

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