Ray Stevenson Cause Of Death: Ray Stevenson, a famous actor Dies: Ray Stevenson, who was best known for his roles in Thor, Rome, and RRR, passed away at the age of 58.
Ray Stevenson, a renowned actor who was best known for his roles as Volstagg in the Thor films and the main antagonist in the upcoming Star Wars series Ahsoka, passed away at the age of 58.
Stevenson is best known for his role as the villainous British governor in RRR. It was confirmed to Variety by Mr. Stevenson’s publicist that he passed away on Sunday, May 21.
According to reports from BBC, he was taken to the hospital while filming on the Italian island of Ischia. However, the official cause of his death has not been disclosed. The news of his passing was made public just four days before he would have turned 59.
The news was also confirmed by RRR’s official social media handle, which stated, “What shocking news for all of us on the team! Ray Stevenson, may you finally rest in peace. Sir Scott, you will always have a special place in our hearts.
Ray Stevenson Cause Of Death
His company, confirmed his death to several news outlets, including the BBC and Variety, but did not reveal how he died. During filming on the Italian island of Ischia, he was reportedly hospitalized. At the time of his death, he was in Ischia working on the film Cassino.
The tragic news was also conveyed by the film’s director, SS Rajamouli, who wrote an emotional note and tweeted, “Shocking… I simply cannot believe these rumors.
Ray brought an incredible amount of vitality and energy to the sets where he was working. It spread like wildfire. It was a complete pleasure to work with him. My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. May the Lord grant him eternal rest,”
The actor was born in Lisburn, which is located in Northern Ireland, in 1964. When he was eight years old, his family relocated to England. According to Variety, Mr. Stevenson got his start in the entertainment industry in the 1990s by making guest appearances on various television shows.
He later went on to land roles in action movies produced in Hollywood. In the drama directed by Paul Greengrass in 1998 titled “The Theory of Flight,” he made his debut on the big screen starring opposite Helena Bonham Carter and Kenneth Branagh.
Other notable films in which he appeared include ‘King Arthur’ by Antoine Fuqua, ‘Punisher: War Zone’ by Lexi Alexander, ‘The Book of Eli’ by the Hughes Brothers, and ‘The Other Guys’ by Adam McKay. He also had roles in other notable films. Additionally, he provided his voice for the character of Gar Saxon in Star Wars Rebels and The Clone Wars.