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newsI am proud to announce that I am now part of the roster at ACM Talent Management. This is an incredible group of VO Industry Managers and I am looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship. Thank you Jeffrey Umberger for bringing me on board.
I would also like to thank my new best buddy Rawson Marshall-Thurber for casting me as the opening narrator in his amazing film Red Notice. It is truly an honor to know and work with such a talented director.
On the narration front, The Curse of Oak Island is still the #1 show on cable Tuesday Nights. We are now in season 9 with close to 3 million people tuning in each week. Thank you to all the fans of the show for your support. Beyond Oak island will also be coming back for season 3.
Ancient Aliens is also going strong with season 14 in full swing. I have recorded over 200 episodes to date. Thank you Kim Egan, Joe Lessard, Dave Comtois and everyone at Prometheus for your continued faith in me. Our noble leader, Kevin Burns passed away in 2020. It is an honor to be part of such a great team that continues his legacy.
Be sure to follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest updates on new projects and personal appearances.
Be on time, be prepared and don’t take yourself too seriously… Picasso once said it took him 4 years to learn to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child. From booking his first on camera job in 1971 (Gaines Burgers with Cheese) to his current ongoing gigs as the narrator of The History Channel’s hit series Ancient Aliens and The Curse of Oak Island, these are the qualities that Robert Clotworthy brings to his 45 years of a sustained acting career.
A Master in the Chinese Martial Art of Kung Fu San Soo, he’s found that the discipline, awareness and attention to detail has helped him develop and add layers to the many characters he has created. An example of this is Robert’s portrayal of fan favorite, Jim Raynor, in Blizzard Entertainment’s award winning StarCraft” Video Game Series. Named one of the top ten gaming heroes of all time, more than one fan has mentioned that the character of Raynor has been a role model and positive influence in their lives. Gamers and reviewers around the world have commented on the quality of Robert’s voice acting and the humanity and quiet strength that Robert brought in creating the iconic role.
In feature films Robert has worked with numerous acclaimed directors and stars including Bette Midler and James Caan in Mark Rydel’s WWII epic For the Boys, Seth Rogen in The Green Hornet, Alan Arkin in Rendition, Robin Williams in One Hour Photo and Kristen Bell in Pulse. Fun fact: The pivotal scene where Robert played Bradley Cooper’s psychiatrist in Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper was shown during the Academy Awards Ceremony in 2015.
Robert is also one of the most sought after narrators on television, lending his voice to hundreds of hours of programs. George Lucas chose Robert as the narrator of the Emmy nominated documentaries Empire of Dreams: The Making of The Star Wars Trilogy and Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed. In 2017 Robert won the prestigious SOVAS award presented at New York‘s Lincoln Center in the category of Outstanding Narration, Best Voiceover for his work on Ancient Aliens.
Robert also works extensively in the world of Animation, Television and Interactive Games portraying both heroes and villains. His credits include Batman: The Telltale Series, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Ultimate Spiderman, The Big Bang Theory and Nickelodeon’s We Bare Bears.
Not just a one or two trick pony, Robert has performed in hundreds of commercials and recorded ADR in over 600 feature films including Captain America: The Winter Soldier where he was the voice of Nick Fury’s car.
Another fun fact: Robert is a Los Angeles native, where at Taft High School he was a classmate of Baseball Hall of Famer Robin Yount. Yount and Clotworthy agree, “I don’t get goosebumps when I open my pay envelope, it’s about the joy of the work”.