Can You Hear Me Now Guy Sprint commercial?

Can You Hear Me Now Guy Sprint commercial?

As her casket was being lowered into the ground, Marcarelli heard someone in attendance whisper, “Can you hear me now?” All of which is to say, Paul Marcarelli was fully, completely and indelibly identified as the Verizon “Can you hear me now?” guy. So it was surprising to see him show up in a Sprint commercial.

What is the song in the T-Mobile ad?

Before the son has a chance to look away, he is surprised to see a video of his parents doing an all-out 80s cover of Whitesnake’s “Here I Go Again.” With Ultra Capacity 5G from T-Mobile, the father can share his hair metal masterpiece faster than ever.

What is the song in the AT iPhone 12 commercial?

iPhone 12 Commercial – Purple – Candy Man.

Who is the Sprint commercial guy?

Paul Marcarelli

Paul Marcarelli
Born May 24, 1970 North Haven, Connecticut
Alma mater Fairfield University, B.A.
Occupation Film, voice actor, screenwriter
Height 5 ft 9.5 in (1.77 m)

Who is singing in the T-Mobile commercial?

— Feb. 11, 2022 — Y’all … T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) is coming back full force to the Big Game for the ninth consecutive year! And this time, the Un-carrier tapped American icon and country music legend Dolly Parton and award-winning singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus to fight the good 5G fight and #DoItForThePhones.

Who is the voice of the T-Mobile commercial?

Jeffrey Johnson (actor)

Jeffrey Johnson
Born Jeffrey S. S. Johnson January 28, 1970 Southborough, Massachusetts
Occupation Actor, Musician
Years active 1999–present

Who is singing in the new iPhone 12 commercial?

Lately, Sauce, the song featured in an iPhone 12 commercial has been going viral. Although the ad was released in March 2020, many music fans have just come across the song and its singer Naika. FIND OUT: Who is Jamie Lee Curtis’ transgender daughter Ruby?

Who sings the song in the new iPhone commercial?

Genasis’ ‘I Look Good’ is the Soundtrack for New iPhone 13 Commercial. O.T. Genasis is known for catchy singles and Apple certainly recognizes it.