KROQ Host Ted Stryker to Emcee Stars
Ted Stryker, host of his own afternoon radio show on The World Famous KROQ-FM radio station, is considered one of the most widely regarded radio personalities in Los Angeles.
A graduate of the University of Arizona, Stryker began his radio career at the alternative rock station 92.1 KFMA in Tucson, Ariz. In 1999, a KROQ executive heard Stryker on the air and invited him to interview for a disc jockey position at the station. He hosted his own afternoon drive shot on KROQ for seven years.
From 2006 to 2009, Styker hosted the nationally syndicated talk show "Loveline," offering advice to listeners alongside Dr. Drew and various celebrity guests. After three years, he returned to KROQ.
Over the course of his career Stryker has interviewed some of the most well-known musicians in recent history, including Jay-Z, Coldplay, Blink-182 and more. He has broadcast from all over the world on behalf of KROQ, and he has been heralded as one of L.A.’s leaders in music and pop culture.
From 2007 to 2008, Stryker was the on-stage DJ for the fifth season of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," playing on more than 100 episodes.
In addition to his radio and DJ roles, he has hosted shows on MTV, Fox Sports, VH1, Fuse and Direct TV. He has also acted in several feature films, including "Grandma’s Boy," "Out Cold," and "The Sweetest Thing."