is well known throughout Spanish speaking Latin America for his
narration of trailers and TV spots of Hollywood films. During the
last decade he has narrated most of the feature promotions for
Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures.
At an early age he began working as a radio announcer in Havana,
Cuba, where he was born. His mother was English and his father from
Spain. When his family moved to New York, John Gres studied at the
Rhodes School and New York University.
In New York he continued working in the Spanish language as an
announcer and writer at NBC International, the United Nations TV and
Radio Department, and later at the Voice of America. John then
struck out on his own as a writer, producer and narrator of films,
documentaries and commercials.
Today, John Gres is heard in many TV and radio commercials in the US
Spanish market and all over Latin America. He adapts and narrates
the Spanish versions of the trailers or coming attractions for
Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures which are shown in every country
in Latin America. He is on the air in radio stations
in Colombia, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Ecuador, Uruguay and various other
countries with timely promos and IDs.
John Gres resides in
Miami and New York.