And living in The City in your 30s
Danielle Jennings is a fun-loving passionate voice actor and radio talent. Her introduction to broadcasting began in 2013 while studying communications at SF State University. During one winter semester, Danielle became an intern for the Lamont & Tonelli Morning Show on 107.7 The Bone which she calls the best three months of her life. It was there that Danielle fell in love with radio, and kept everyone laughing with her various voice impressions. In 2017 she became a traffic reporter and producer for iHeart radio, which allowed her to learn more about informational broadcasting.
Danielle has recorded multiple voice demos showcasing a broad range of vocal talent, including: characters and impressions, commercials, promos, and political ads. She worked as a voice talent for narration projects through various media companies and also voiced some comedic spots for the Lamont and Tonelli Morning Show long after her internship had ended. Additionally Danielle played the character of Wendy Tomlin in the audio story "TalonRx Genesis" created and produced by Alex O'Kagu of Flamero Interactive.
Danielle is thrilled to be co-hosting "This is 30" alongside Jeff Knox, someone she considers a mentor and friend who has had a significant impact on her career and her life!
Jeff Knox is a 6th-Generation San Franciscan who's highlights of life include being named in a Herb Caen article, having eye-black applied to his face by Will Clark, and being a student body president of St. Ignatius...even though both his parents are Jewish. Professionally he peaked in 2006 when he got paid to share a press box with Vin Scully during the last 3 Giants-Dodgers game of the season (the perks of being a Production Assistant for Fox Sports). He got his professional start as an intern for KNBR, before graduating from UCLA and broadcasting minor league baseball, hockey, and public address announcing practically every sport imaginable. He is currently on-air at iHeart in The City, and serves as the voice of Maples Pavilion for Stanford Men's Basketball, Sunken Diamond for Stanford Baseball, and Haas Pavilion for Cal Volleyball. He and his wife have a son and a dog and live in Potrero Hill. Jeff grew up in the Sunset, aptly named because the sun set there one day in the 80s, and hasn't risen since. Hence the move to Potrero...