Many of you would be unaware that Paul Christie has been the narrator of Gold Rush since the show made its debut on Dec 3rd, 2010.

Although Paul Christie gets relatively less recognition than other cast members, his iconic voice is in almost every gold rush episode. 

Besides being a narrator, he is also a voice-over artist and a comedian.


Life Before Gold Rush

Paul Christie had a long career before joining Gold Rush. He was already famous due to the various projects he had worked on in the past.

He started his career contributing as an editor of magazines in the 1970s. Later, he started performing in stand-up comedy shows in the 1980s.

Paul founded the improvisation group ‘The House Band’ in the 1980s.

In 1996, Paul started his career as a voice-over artist; even to this date, he has continued with his profession. 


Gold Rush Narrator Paul Christie Net Worth

Paul has worked on big video game projects such as Def Jam, Max Payne, Homefront, and GTA Online. Moreover, he has also lent his voice to multiple TV films and documentaries.

Paul Christie has a net worth of $3 million.



Paul Christie entered the TV industry in 1992 through a series called Square One Television. 

One of his most liked characters was Stick Stickly which he played several times across a few nickelodeon projects.


Who Narrates Gold Rush?

Paul became the narrator of Gold Rush in 2010 and has been with the show ever since. Over the years, he has narrated the seasons of the show till the very recent one.

Paul has also worked in almost all the spinoff shows of the gold rush, including white water, David Turins Lost Mine, Freddy Dodge’s Mine Rescue, and Parkers Trial.

Paul played the voice of James in a viral animated cartoon made on Donald trump. 

He also voiced another popular discovery TV series, ‘Dual Survival’ as a narrator from 2010 to 2016.

Paul Christie played Ram # 1 voice in brother bear, the number one Disney adventure show in late 2003. 

His Nature series on discovery were so popular that they aired on multiple other networks like PBS A&E, History, Biography, and many more. 

There was a time in his career when he was the vice president of the guild and was president of the screen actors guild for four years, from 2003 to 2007. Paul also served on the board of directors for around nine years, from 2000 to 2009.

Recently, he narrated the newly released gold rush TV series ‘Freddy Dodge’s Mine Rescue.’


Paul Christie Age

Paul Christie (Aged 71) was born on Sep 17th, 1951, in Manhattan, USA.



  • Square One Television (1992 TV Series)
  • Nick In The Afternoon (1995 TV Series)
  • The Weinerville Election Special: From Washington B.C (1996 Movie)
  • Nickelodeon 3D Movie Maker (Video Game)
  • Disney’s Doug (1996-1997 TV Series)
  • Budweiser: Louie the Lizard (1997 Short Video)
  • Budweiser: Bad Day To Be a Frog (1998 Short Video)
  • M.U.G.E.N (1999 Video Game)
  • Osmosis Jones (2001)
  • Noggin’s Story Time (2002 Short TV Series)
  • Moose and Zee (2003 TV Series)
  • Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (2003 Video Game)
  • Brother Bear (2003)
  • Def Jam: Fight for NY ( 2004 Video Game)
  • Stroker and Hoop ( 2004-2005 TV Series)
  • Saturday Night Live (2005-2006 TV Series)
  • Click and Clack’s As the Wrench Turns (2008 TV Series)
  • Alan Wake (2010 Video Game)
  • Homefront (2011 Video Game) 
  • Our Cartoon President (2018-2019 TV Series)
  • Gold Rush: Band of Brothers ( 2021 TV Movie)
  • Gold Rush: Winter’s Fortune ( 2021 TV Series)
  • Gold Rush: Freddy Dodge’s Mine Rescue ( 2022 TV Series)


Paul Christie’s Personal Life

No information regarding Paul’s personal and family life is available to us. He also does not have any presence on social media.



Paul Christie is 6.0 feet tall.

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