Charlie Van Dyke (Born Charles Leo Steinle, on December 19, 1947) is a former radio disc jockey who is better known for the voice work he has done for numerous radio and television stations. [1][2] His deep, booming voice has been described by some as "God-like". A native of Dallas, Texas, he was already one of America's most respected radio personalities at KLIF-AM in Dallas when he was only 19 years old.

During the 1970s, Van Dyke was the morning DJ at several legendary Top 40 stations, including CKLW in Windsor/Detroit, KHJ Los Angeles, KFRC San Francisco, WLS Chicago, and WRKO Boston.

Throughout most of the 1980s, he was a frequent guest host on American Top 40. He sub-hosted on 31 shows in all.

In the 1990s, he worked in radio from his Phoenix, Arizona home, and from 1998 to 2000, Van Dyke succeeded the late Robert W. Morgan in morning drive at KRTH Los Angeles. He continues to work as a voice talent for various television and radio stations, but is not presently a disc jockey.

Stations where Charlie Van Dyke has been heard as a voice talent include:

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