With a career spanning 30 years as an Actor, Radio Personality, Voiceover Artist, Emcee, and Singer, it is likely you’ve seen or heard Bill somewhere. 


In addition to recurring appearances on FOX TV’s “Glee,” Bill has been on “Las Vegas,” “The King Of Queens,” “Just Shoot Me” and “Drew Carey.”  Bill has been featured in TV Ad campaigns for Crest Toothpaste, Nissan, American Airlines & others. On film, Bill co-starred with Al Pacino in Simone, & starred in the acclaimed short, The Morning Guy.


For years, Bill’s voice was heard over LA radio as an air personality for stations such as KLAC, K-Lite, KMPC, and KGIL.  But, if you think you’ve heard him on radio in other cities as well; you’d be right.  Bill is heard over 150+ radio stations nationwide via satellite as a host on Dial Global Network’s Adult Standards


In addition to countless Commercials, TV Promos, Movie Trailers, and Industrials; as an Award Winning V/O Performer, Bill has been the ‘voice’ of The Fox Movie Channel, The Razzie Awards, The Documentary series “Quest,” and of American Airlines’ in-flight audio program “Timeless Tracks.” 


As a Vocalist, Bill sings Standards from The Great American Songbook, as made famous by Frank Sinatra & Bobby Darin, accompanied by a 17 piece Big Band.   More Info at www.BillJonesSings.com


Bill also travels around the world to various Trade Shows to deliver top quality Corporate messages, and works steadily as an Emcee of major events. 

Bill A Jones - Radio Bio

(Excerpted from Don Barrett’s LA Radio People)

JONES, Bill  (Sometimes known as Bill A. Jones), born in Nashville, Tennessee; worked at a number of stations in and around Music City U.S.A. until moving to L.A. in late 1987 to pursue an acting career.

Formative gigs were as diverse as top-40 mornings on Nashville’s “M-96;” country mornings and later a morning talk show on suburban WMTS-AM, Murfreesboro; beautiful music on WZEZ; brief stints on 92Q and WMAK, and eventually to WAMB (Nostalgia/Big Band), where Bill was voted one of Middle Tennessee’s top ten air personalities in the Nashville Tennessean’s 1986 Reader’s Poll.

After a couple of months of pounding the LA pavement for acting work, Bill put together an aircheck for what was then called Transtar Radio Network (later Unistar; now WW1) where he was promptly hired to do weekends on AM Only/Adult Standards, (heard on
KMPC in 1988) and shortly afterwards to full time on Transtar’s soft AC format “Special Blend.”

Bill remained with both formats until January of ‘90 when he gave up the “Special Blend” gig to give more time to his acting career.  Four or five months of pavement pounding later, Dan McKay asked Bill to come to what would be the last incarnation of “K-Lite” (
KLIT-FM), where he would later go full time 7-12 Midnight, and eventually be replaced by a tape machine due to budget cutbacks.

All during this time, Bill hung onto his weekend position with WW1’s AM Only/Adult Standards format, (now
Dial-Global Network) where he remains to this day, and can be heard on over 200 stations nationwide.


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