The Cincinnati Bell Connector has a new voice: Emilio Estevez

Actor and activist Emilio Estevez on the Cincinnati streetcar

Next time you get on the Cincinnati Bell Connector you'll be hearing a new voice: Emilio Estevez. 

The actor, activist and Cincinnati resident will become the new voice of the streetcar, announcing stops as it travels around the city, from The Banks to Over-the-Rhine. 

The Cincinnati Bell Connector tweeted a photo of Estevez in a recording studio Thursday, announcing his new role for the streetcar's fifth birthday. The current voice on the streetcar is Cincinnati native and 98 Degrees singer Nick Lachey. 

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In 2018, Estevez featured the streetcar traveling down Walnut Street in his movie, "The Public," set in Cincinnati. He also wrote a letter, urging Mayor John Cranley and Cincinnati City Council members to restart the streetcar, which was facing financial woes and was originally shuttered for safety reasons during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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