Netflix’s The Lost Pirate Kingdom features a narrator to guide viewers through the events of the series but just whose voice can we hear?

The Lost Pirate Kingdom is the newest addition to Netflix.

As a docudrama, the series features interviews with historians, scenes reenacted by actors and we are guided through the whole process by a narrator.

But just who is the narrator of Netflix’s The Lost Pirate Kingdom?

The Lost Pirate Kingdom | Official Trailer | Netflix

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The Lost Pirate Kingdom on Netflix

The Lost Pirate Kingdom arrived on Netflix on March 15th, 2021.

Told over six episodes, the docudrama explores the stories of several real-life pirates who sailed the seas of the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy.

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Who is the narrator of The Lost Pirate Kingdom?

  • Derek Jacobi is the narrator of The Lost Pirate Kingdom.

That’s right, the 82-year-old actor lends his grandiose voice to the series, bringing weight to the reenacted scenes and shepherding us through the various events explored in the series.

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Derek Jacobi: Films and TV

Derek Jacobi has been working in the acting industry since 1961 according to IMDb and in the decades since has appeared in over 160 acting roles on stage and screen.

In the world of films and television, Derek Jacobi is best-known for his roles in Last Tango in Halifax, The Crown, Vicious, Doctor Who, 2018’s Tomb Raider, 2017’s Murder on the Orient Express, 2015’s Cinderella and 2000’s Gladiator to name a few.

The 82-year-old actor is also a veteran of the stage and has appeared in several Shakespeare plays throughout his career including Hamlet and Macbeth.

The Lost Pirate Kingdom is available to stream now on Netflix after releasing on March 15th, 2021.

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