Piers Gibbon is an experienced conference host, television presenter/host, voiceover, speech writer and a Sony Award nominated radio presenter.

He is a Best Male Voiceover Vox Award Winner, a member of BAFTA and author of 'Tribes.'

Headshrinkers of the Amazon premiered on Channel 5 in the UK, and is still regularly shown on National Geographic worldwide, as is Dining With Cannibals – filmed in Papua New Guinea – and the series The Witch Doctor Will See You Now. Before all that Piers presented, amongst others, Jungle Trip on Channel 4 back in 2000 and the series Tasting History for ITV.

TV Presenter/Host

As a TV Presenter, Piers has hosted several colourful and informative titles such as Headshrinkers of the Amazon and The Witch Doctor Will See You Now for National Geographic, the latter of which also got noticed by Chelsea Handler, who seemed to enjoy the three penis wine more than Piers did!

More TV Host/ Presenter experiences include drinking hallucinogenic juices in Jungle Trip, eating a still-beating heart in Cameroon and sharing dinner with some hospitable cannibals in Papua New Guinea.

Watch Piers being interviewed on the hilarious Colbert Report above!

Along with hundreds of documentaries like this one with David Attenborough, Piers has most famously voiced for Viking River Cruises, Flora and Super Nintendo.


Piers is a full BAFTA member for his presenting and TV narration work. He has recorded the voiceover for around 200 hours of programmes and documentaries. His work has been seen on award winning popular programming for Channel 4, ITV, Discovery, Animal Planet, Channel 5, as well as being a familiar voice on audiobooks adverts, promos, commercials and corporates around the world.


Piers is the author of Tribe, a very well-received book which compiles Piers' experiences of this world.

"TRIBE: Endangered Peoples of the World is a beautifully illustrated book that celebrates human diversity, making us fall in love with the world again."GEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE

“Tribe is an inspiring, eye-opening and sometimes poignant exploration of some of the least known and most endangered peoples of this world.”GOODREADS.COM