An Emmy Award winning sports journalist, Guy has vast experience covering big time sports, including numerous Super Bowls, two World Series runs with the Florida Marlins, BCS Championship games, NCAA Basketball Titles, the Stanley Cup playoffs, several Sprint Cup Championships, and he even has an NBA championship ring for his coverage of the Miami Heat’s title run in 2006.
Guy’s sports journalism aspirations began at the University of Florida, where the passionate Gator helped pay his way to a degree in telecommunications by shooting sports highlights for the university. His first job in front of the camera was in his hometown of Baltimore, as a sports feature reporter. He then spent a couple of years in Charleston, South Carolina, followed by 15 years in Miami, and Orlando. Most recently, Guy worked in Atlanta as a news anchor and sports host, and he did some sports radio as well. Guy has also done some work as a background artist in TV and films, in productions including “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” “Being Mary Jane,” “Need For Speed” and “The Game.”
Guy is committed to helping others and remains active in the community through his college fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi. The Alzheimer’s Association is particularly near to his heart, as he lost his grandmother to the debilitating disease.
In his free time, Guy enjoys traveling, music and good food.
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