That’s right, both “Red Notice” and “The Curse of Oak Island” share a narrator, Robert Clotworthy (via IMDb).
“Red Notice” kicks off with some exposition in the form of a TV documentary about Cleopatra’s three eggs and their backstory. The eggs are fictional and created for the movie’s plot, so they’re your classic MacGuffin (via The Wrap). Within the context of “Red Notice,” though, they’re a legendary artifact, and they’re the exact sort of thing that would be the subject of a TV show that Robert Clotworthy narrates, like the fabled treasure of Oak Island.
Clotworthy is a longtime narrator and voiceover actor who’s been working steadily since 1973. While he does occasionally make onscreen appearances, he specializes in providing narration for movies and TV shows. In addition to “The Curse of Oak Island,” you might have heard his narration on another History series, “Ancient Aliens.” He’s also narrated “The Curse of Civil War Gold,” “Blood and Glory: The Civil War in Color,” and “Cesar Millan: Love My Pit Bull.”
Clotworthy is one of Hollywood’s go-to narrators, so it makes sense that “Red Notice” director Rawson Marshall Thurber thought of him for the role.