Actor, TV/Radio Personality, Sports Analyst/Commentator, Voice-Over Talent, Host/Emcee, Music Producer…suffice it to say Wes Hall is the true definition of Multi-hyphenate talent! 

On your TV, Radio, or Smartphone, you’ve probably seen or heard Wes Hall. He currently hosts “The Hang Suite” on Washington D.C.’s WHUR – 96.3 as well as “The Slo Jam Show” on Beyond his radio shows, Wes is also the co-host of “Wiz Got Next”, winner of Best New Sports Show at the 2017 Cynopsis Sports Media Awards, and “Valor Gameday”, both for Monumental Sports Network, while functioning as a Sports Commentator covering football, basketball, cycling, tennis and more. He is the In-Game Host for the Washington Valor and Washington Mystics, as well.


While fulfilling his obligations in the sports world, he starred as Malcolm Holland in 2018’s hit independent film, ‘Water in a Broken Glass’; based on the novel of the same name by Odessa Rose.

Wes is also the Imaging voice of multiple radio stations, and his vocal talents can also be heard on The Howard Stern Show, numerous commercials, films, and campaigns throughout the country.

Having carved a niche providing his vocal and production talents for his clients, prided on accurate copy, a varied vocal range, and prompt delivery, Wes offers a direct and singular source for quality and unique vocal and hosting services.

During the early years of his acting career, Wes was encouraged to get into commercial radio. In 2006, KHHT-HOT 92.3 became the home of The Late Night with Wes, six nights a week. It was here that his talents would be groomed for the world to see!

Beyond being an On-Air Radio personality, Wes has also produced a number of radio shows for HOT 92.3 and SiriusXm including: Rick Dees in the Morning, The Art Laboe Connection, The Late Night with Wes, Al B. Sure, Bevelations, Sandyland,  Renee Taylor, Slow Jams with R-Dub,  Slow Jams with Kevin Slow-Jammin James, & Old School Saturday Nights with Jimmy Reyes. 

In 2013, he became the Los Angeles correspondent for Centric’s Culture List, and joined The Mo’ Kelly Show on KLTK-AM1150 as the Entertainment and News correspondent; bringing his unique perspective and energy to talk radio. Not too long afterwards, he made the transition from HOT 92.3 to 94.7 The Wave(KTWV), also in Los Angeles.

In 2014, Wes committed to voice overs and event hosting, having represented several brands including, Nielsen, Kate Hudson’s Fabletics, and Hyundai. These campaigns have always rendered his clients a greater bond with their target audience, having increased brand recognition and loyalty. Using his varied skills and background as a talent, Wes consistently leaves an indelible impression on every audience engaged.

Wes is also a vocalist and Music Producer; having worked with legends like Grammy-Award Winner Paul Brown, DW3, and a long list of talented producers and performers. In 2015, he composed the film score for the Independent-Short film “Nonverbals” and is consistently requested for production on a variety of projects.