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Who does the Baewatch voice over? Where do you recognise their voice from?

Brand new series Baewatch is already getting viewers talking with the new E4 show bringing us some of the cringiest TV moments of 2019.

But have you been wondering who is narrating the unsuspecting couples awkward moments?

Find out everything you need to know about the famous Baewatch narrator here…

Screenshot: Baewatch: Parental Guidance

Baewatch: Voice Over

The hilarious Baewatch voice over comes courtesy of Natalie Casey.

She’s a British actress and is married to fellow actor Paul Kemp.

The 38-year old was born in Rawtenstall, England and is now believed to reside in London.

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Natalie’s older sister Anna-Jane Casey is also an actress and appeared as a character in Eastenders.

You can follow her on twitter at @NLCasey. 

Natalie Casey

When else has she appeared on TV?

Think she sounds familiar?

That’s because Natalie is also the voice over for ITV’s Dinner Date!

Besides her work as a narrator, Natalie has also had a very successful career as a television actress starting out as one of the original cast members of Hollyoaks.

Joining the cast in 1996, she played Carol Groves for four years.

Natalie then went on to become a TV presenter on programmes including MTV Select and Big Brother’s Little Brother.

But her most notable TV role was playing Donna Henshaw on Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps which she appeared on until the show ended in 2011. 

Natalie Casey

She was one of the youngest ever popstars

When you think of pint-sized popstars, it’s probably not Natalie that springs to mind, but the actress had chart-topping success when she was just three years old!

That’s right, Natalie’s single Chick, Chick, Chicken reached Number 72 in the UK charts, making her the youngest person to ever to have a recording in the charts.

The song’s success saw her appear on Saturday Superstore in 1983, where she ended up asking Boy George to take her to the loo!

Treading the boards

If TV fame and pop music aren’t enough for you, Natalie is also a theatrical success appearing in theatre productions of Legally Blonde, The Vagina Monologues and 9 To 5.

Most recently she was a part of the musical Stepping Out where she appeared alongside Britain’s Got Talent’s Amanda Holden and her sister Anna-Jane.

Natalie Casey in ‘Stepping Out’



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