Kyle Tait is a professionally trained Voice Actor and Sports Broadcaster based in Atlanta, GA. He's done voice work for TV and radio ads around the world, corporate training videos, whiteboard and explainer videos, documentaries, audiobooks and more. He's narrated more than 20 titles on Audible, Amazon and iTunes, across genres spanning from sports history to crime thrillers to self-help.

In addition to his voice work, Tait is an established sports broadcaster, calling baseball, basketball and football on ESPN3, as well as serving as a studio host on multiple national college networks with IMG College.

He also spent time with 92.9 the Game in Atlanta, flagship home of the Falcons (NFL), Hawks (NBA) and Atlanta United FC (MLS). He was the station's primary reporter and pre- and post-game hosts for Atlanta United, as well as a locker room correspondent on the Hawks Radio Network.

Before moving back home to Atlanta in 2016, Tait was the play-by-play broadcaster for the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. Over six seasons behind the mic, he called games for MLB stars like Dansby Swanson, Andrelton Simmons, Alex Wood, Martin Prado, Brandon Beachy, Mike Minor and more. Tait has worked in radio for a decade, spending four years calling baseball at Georgia Tech before ascending into the minor league ranks at 22 years old.

His start in broadcasting came unexpectedly when an emergency phone call just an hour before first pitch sent him racing across campus to a game between Georgia Tech and Coastal Carolina. On such short notice and with no experience, it's probably good that no archive of the broadcast exists.

Tait is a native of Snellville, GA and a 2010 graduate of Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Business Management. He currently resides in Atlanta with his wife Megan, dogs AJ & Indy, and a cat, Gizmo, who probably ran out of her nine lives a long time ago.

Kyle and Megan also once had a baseball-themed gender reveal video go viral because he took a pitch that was high and tight. They're expecting a daughter, Parker, in December 2017.