Gary Casper "The Ghost Of Radio" -- has been in the entertainment industry since the age of 13.
He started out as a professional wrestler, training at the World of Unpredictable Wrestling, owned by WWE Hall Of Famer “The Unpredictable” Johnny Rodz. After an injury Gary was unable to wrestle but found his calling and became the ring announcer and commissioner of WUW.
Gary also was the basketball announcer for the Ford Falcons for Bishop Ford High School, where he graduated in 2002. He showed off his DJ skills at many of the high school’s basketball games.
Gary started working in radio while attending Kingsborough Community College at campus station 90.3 WKRB. He worked as a disc jockey and later became the station’s promotions director and vice president during his sophomore year.
Gary then entered into an internship with 95.5 WPLJ, and afterward worked with WKTU as a producer for freestyle legend Judy Torres, getting to show off some of his on-air skills with Torres in the process.
After leaving WKTU Gary worked for startup radio station Pulse 87, where he was an on-air talent with legendary DJ Glenn Friscia. Gary left Pulse 87 to work for former KTU colleague Vic Latino’s newly opened Party 105 with the morning show and as assistant promotions director.
Gary has now returned to his roots as a mobile DJ.