Robert Clotworthy is a famous American actor, primarily known as the narrator for the History Channel series Ancient Aliens and The Curse of Oak Island. So, if you’ve watched any of the two, we’re sure you’ll recognize him.
He was born in October 1955 in Los Angeles, California as Robert Bruce Clotworthy. We know that his father was a well-known radio commercial producer, while there are no details about his mother or his siblings. He graduated from the Taft High School. His voice acting career started at an early age – back in 1970 when he was only fifteen. He was a voice actor in StarCraft series. Here’s what the actor himself said about that: “My father was a producer of radio commercials and from an early age I would accompany him to recording sessions. I met some of the finest voice talent (Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Mel Blanc, June Foray, etc.) and they inspired me.”
His first job as a voice actor helped him find his place in the film industry quite quickly, so today, he has over 100 movies that he’s featured as a voice actor, and he’s worked with several well-known actors and directors, including Seth Rogen, Robin Williams, James Caan, Alan Arkin, and Better Midler. He is also widely known as the narrator of the documentary Empire of Dreams: The Making of the Star Wars Trilogy and Stars Wars: The Legacy Revealed? He’s also appeared as a guest in various shows, including the Big Bang Theory, China IL, and the Two and a Half Men.
Robert Clotworthy won Goty Awards 2010 – Best Voice Acting, as well as the SOVAS Award at New York Lincoln Center of the Category of Outstanding Narration in 2017. Today, his net worth is estimated at about $19 million.