The Sheriffs Are Coming narrator may sound familiar, so let’s get to know him a little as series 9 continues to reach screens.
It’s hard to think of any other recent year in which TV has felt so important.
Much of 2020 has been spent indoors and with few places to go. So, it’s only natural that we’ve spent more time curled up on the sofa with a good cuppa tuning into the box.
Despite production issues plaguing many beloved titles, we’ve still been treated to a wealth of great shows so far this year.
As always, the BBC has provided plenty of them and fans are eager to tuck into new episodes of The Sheriffs Are Coming.
Taking a fly on the wall approach, this documentary series first aired back in 2012 and has invited viewers to spectate the work of High Court Enforcement Officers (HCEOs) for 9 series now.
For those new to the show or perhaps unfamiliar with his voice, let’s spotlight its narrator…
Who is The Sheriffs Are Coming narrator? Series 9
- The narrator for The Sheriffs are Coming series 9 is David Reed.
In fact, he has been the narrator since series 3 now, making him the longest-running narrator in the show’s history.
Previously, series 1 was narrated by Paul Sangam whereas series 2 was narrated by James Barriscale.
The British multi-talent has made a name for himself as an actor, writer and comedian, known by many for his work aboard the comedy troupe The Penny Dreadfuls, alongside Humphrey Ker and Thom Tuck.
They’re best known for their output on BBC Radio 4; The Brothers Faversham and The Penny Dreadfuls Present…
David Reed: Age and previous roles
According to IMDb, the 38-year-old performer first appeared on screens in 2007 in the TV series Comedy: Shuffle (he played Bartholomew Lightforge).
Since then, he’s appeared in episodes of such beloved shows as Damned (PC Roy), Endeavour (Julian Calendar) and Father Brown (Giles Foster).
Other TV work includes Bumps (The Photographer), Lockdown Blap (Jake), Loaded (Waiter), SS-GB (Journalist), Siblings (Ian), Drifters (Matt), Father Figure (Brendan), Doctors (Seb MacDonnell) and more.
As for film roles, he was also in 2016’s One Crazy Thing (Giles).
Pretty pleased with our new coasters. pic.twitter.com/GLgNQU0BXj
— David Reed (@MrDavidReed) September 21, 2020
Follow The Sheriffs Are Coming narrator on Twitter
If you’re keen to follow him on social media, you can find him on Twitter over at @MrDavidReed.
He currently has over 5,000 followers.
We hope you enjoy the show!