Who is that?
Since the first football game of the season on September 1, SEC fans have been asking about the identity of the spokesperson in the SEC's new television commercial titled "It Just Means More."
When the SEC decided to produce a new kind of television spot as part of its new branding initiative, it worked with its marketing agency, The Richards Group, to choose an "on screen ambassador" to walk fans through the SEC experience.
More than 1,000 actors and actresses nationwide applied for the position and auditions were held in Los Angeles, New York, Dallas and Atlanta.
Actress Wynn Everett was chosen to be the SEC's on-screen ambassador for the campaign. Everett brings deep SEC ties to the role as a graduate of Auburn University and family connections at Vanderbilt, Georgia and Alabama. A native of Georgia who lives in Los Angeles, she has appeared in television and films such as "Charlie Wilson's War," HBO's "The Newsroom," "Lumen" for TNT, Showtime's "House of Lies," ABC's "Grey's Anatomy," "Mind Games" and most recently Marvel's "Agent Carter."
Everett not only serves as the voice of the SEC's television commercial, she is the voice of four SEC radio commercials that explain why the SEC "Just Means More."