Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea follows three celebrities as they take on the most dangerous job in Britain, deepsea fishing in the middle of the North Atlantic.
And while the celebs battle the elements, tides and more gruesome aspects of the job such as gutting fish, there is one member of the cast who fortunately gets to be involved from a safe distance; the narrator.
So who is the narrator of Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea?
Here is everything you need to know about the voice of the show and why he sounds so familiar…
Who is the narrator?
The narrator of the two-part series is Joe Duttine.
The 49-year-old actor is originally from Halifax, West Riding of Yorkshire.
He is currently dating Sally Carman of Coronation Street fame and Joe regularly posts about the what they get up to on his Twitter.
If you’re a fan of Joe and Sally and want to keep up to date with them, you can follow him on Twitter @joe_duttine.
Joe Duttine: Acting bio
Joe moved to London to pursue his acting career, studying at the prestigious London school, Drama Centre.
His uncle, John Duttine, is also an actor. So there is a chance he was inspired by him to pursue his dream.
Joe became a follower of Stanislavski’s system of method acting whilst at Drama Centre, as did fellow student and friend John Simm. But there’s certainly nothing method about his role in Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea – at least we don’t see Joe battling the waves!
He made his TV debut in 1992, starring in Between the Lines. And since then, he has gone on to star in over 25 television shows.
What has Joe Duttine been in?
Joe has regularly starred alongside pal John Simm in hit series such as Life On Mars, The Village and Scott and Bailey.
He had some minor roles before then in Waterloo Road and also in Shameless, playing Cameron Donnelly. He also starred as DS Carr in Coronation Street, before they invited him to reprise a different and more central role in 2013.
Since 2013, Joe has played the role of Tim Metcalfe on Corrie, which is probably the work he is best known for.
He has also previously had narration experience, working on Channel 5’s On Benefits series.
WATCH TRAWLERMEN: CELEBS AT SEA ON CHANNEL 5’S CATCH UP SERVICE MY5 NOW.