The voice of Edd Hall (born December 7, 1958) appears in various roles, most prominently, as an announcer, for a total of fifteen episodes of Married... with Children beginning with the episode "Married...With Who?", and ending with Season 9's "Pump Fiction"; he is credited in 11 of the episodes.

A talented TV personality and announcer. Most famous for his work on television as Jay Leno's announcer on NBC-TV's The Tonight Show from 1992 to 2004, Hall replaced famed Tonight Show announcer Ed McMahon after Johnny Carson's retirement and replacement with comedian Jay Leno as the new host. Hall famously introduced himself by saying "...And me, I'm Edd Hall." In 2004, Hall was replaced on The Tonight Show by John Melendez. He presently serves as the announcer for The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, which he has done since 2011.

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