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Russell Crowe to narrate a documentary about Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Russell Crowe is set to narrate a new documentary series about Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Russell Crowe will narrate a documentary series about Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

The 56-year-old actor has lent his rich and expressive voice to Great Barrier Reef: A Living Treasure, directed by award-winning cinematographer Richard Fitzpatrick.

A trailer for the documentary shows some of the thousands of species that live along reef, off the east coast of Australia, including turtles, sharks, exotic fish and whales.

Star power: Russell Crowe is set to narrate a new nature documentary series called Great Barrier Reef: A Living Treasure 

The four-episode series, which was filmed over four years, will explore the complex ecosystem of the Great Barrier Reef. 

‘It’s the largest natural feature on earth, and the only living thing seen from space,’ Russell says in the trailer. 

‘Bold, beautiful and unique, the reef supports the greatest concentration of life found anywhere on the planet.’ 

Documentary: The four episode series, directed by award winning cinematographer Richard Fitzpatrick, was filmed over four years

Documentary: The four episode series, directed by award winning cinematographer Richard Fitzpatrick, was filmed over four years  

Nature: The trailer shows a selection of the thousands of species that along reef, off the east coast of Australia including turtles, sharks, exotic fish and whales. 'It's the largest natural feature on earth, and the only living thing seen from space,' Russell says in the trailer

Nature: The trailer shows a selection of the thousands of species that along reef, off the east coast of Australia including turtles, sharks, exotic fish and whales. ‘It’s the largest natural feature on earth, and the only living thing seen from space,’ Russell says in the trailer

Channel Nine secured the rights to broadcast the series, according to TV Blackbox. An airdate is yet to be announced. 

It comes after Russell’s most recent film, Unhinged, received mixed reviews from critics.

It is not the first time the South Sydney Rabbitohs co-owner has lent his rich vocal prowess to a narrate a nature documentary.

Golden voice: It is not the first time the South Sydney Rabbitohs co-owner has lent his rich vocal prowess to a narrate a nature documentary. In 2018, Russell narrated another nature documentary, Turtle Odyssey, about the life cycle of an Australian green sea turtle

Golden voice: It is not the first time the South Sydney Rabbitohs co-owner has lent his rich vocal prowess to a narrate a nature documentary. In 2018, Russell narrated another nature documentary, Turtle Odyssey, about the life cycle of an Australian green sea turtle

In 2018, Russell narrated another nature documentary, Turtle Odyssey, about the life cycle of an Australian green sea turtle.

He has also narrated the 2007 film Bra Boys: Blood Is Thicker than Water, and the 2004 series Colour of War: The Anzacs.

In 2019, he lent his voice to the Amazon documentary Take Us Home: Leeds United. 

Vocal talent: He has also narrated the 2007 film Bra Boys: Blood Is Thicker than Water, and the 2004 series Colour of War: The Anzacs. In 2019, Russell also lent his voice to the Amazon documentary Take Us Home: Leeds United

Vocal talent: He has also narrated the 2007 film Bra Boys: Blood Is Thicker than Water, and the 2004 series Colour of War: The Anzacs. In 2019, Russell also lent his voice to the Amazon documentary Take Us Home: Leeds United

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