Voiceover announcer

Voiceover commercial announcer Danny Dark, aka Croskery, died June 13 in Los Angeles of undisclosed causes. He was 65 years old.

During his career, Dark was the voice of Budweiser, “Superman,” NBC-TV, Camaro, AT&T, K-Mart, Texaco, Armor-all, Whitman’s Chocolates and Keebler Cookies, among others.

Born Danny Croskery in Oklahoma City, Dark started his career at radio station KICK in Springfield, Mo. Before arriving in Southern California, where he was on KLAC, Danny deejayed at stations in Tulsa, Okla., Cleveland, Miami, New Orleans and St. Louis.

He was the voiceover announcer for TV shows “Bewitched” and “Bonanza” and voiced several roles on cartoon series “Super Friends.”

Danny is survived by his wife, JoBee, four children, a brother, a sister and four grandchildren.

Donations may be made to Feed the Children, P.O. Box 36, Oklahoma City, OK, 73101.

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