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Dean Goss
Occupation disc jockey, announcer
Years active 1985-present
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Dean Goss is an American disc jockey who has also had several announcer roles on television game shows. As a disc jockey, he has been employed by several radio stations in California, including KFRC 99.7 in San Francisco. His first announcing role was in 1985, on the second season of The All-New Let's Make a Deal, where he succeeded voice actor Brian Cummings as the show's second announcer. Other game shows for which he has announced include Bargain Hunters and the Wink Martindale-hosted version of High Rollers both from 1987, as well as NBC's I'm Telling!, and the syndicated Slime Time. He was also a substitute announcer on the syndicated version of The $100,000 Pyramid in 1988 and 1991 and Win, Lose or Draw on NBC.

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