Jake "The Snake" Roberts, a legendary figure in the entertainment and wrestling industry, recently shared exciting news about his latest venture. With nearly five decades of experience in the ring and beyond, the 68-year-old WWE Hall of Famer is not showing any signs of slowing down, despite facing health challenges over the years.
On a recent episode of his podcast, "The Snake Pit," Roberts revealed an intriguing collaboration with the BBC. "I'm gonna do a little traveling this week," Roberts disclosed on his podcast. "I'll be heading out to LA to engage in some voiceover work for the BBC.
It's an exciting new chapter for me, something I've been eager to explore for quite some time but never really had the chance. Fortunately, they've opened this door for me." The specifics of the project remain under wraps, but with the involvement of the BBC, the possibilities are vast, ranging from nature documentaries to animated children's programming.
Roberts, known for his captivating presence and distinctive voice, has assured his fans that more details will be shared when the time is right.
AEW Role and Beyond
Roberts' involvement in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has been a highlight in recent years, where he often accompanied wrestler Lance Archer to the ring.
Despite Archer's less frequent appearances on AEW this year, Roberts has kept himself occupied with his weekly podcast and various other endeavors. Apart from his entertainment career, Roberts has been actively involved in helping others with addiction issues, a personal journey he has openly shared in documentaries like "The Resurrection of Jake the Snake." Together with his friend "Diamond" Dallas Page, Roberts has dedicated a significant part of his life to supporting those battling addiction, a cause close to his heart.
Roberts' new project with the BBC marks another milestone in his illustrious career. As he ventures into voiceover work, his fans eagerly await the unique blend of charisma and depth he's known to bring to every project. This collaboration not only highlights Roberts' versatility but also promises to introduce his iconic presence to new audiences and platforms.