World news – voice actor Kirby Morrow, « Dragon Ball Z » and « Ninjago » dies at age 47


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Actor Kirby Morrow, known for his voice contributions to the English version of « Dragon Ball Z » and « Ninjago » of LEGO, died at 47, his representative confirmed to Variety.

Morrow’s voice acting contributions also included roles in the English dubbing of « Inuyasha » as Miroku, as well as voicing Cyclops in the series « X-Men: Evolution ». The Canadian actor has also occupied many roles on screen, from the one-episode features to recurring roles in shows like « The Good Doctor, » « Legion, » « Supernatural, » and « The L Word. ».

Among the characters he embodied, the most famous is his portrayal of Captain Dave Kleinman in Stargate: Atlantis from 2005 to 2006. The science fiction series follows a team of people from Earth traveling in a galaxy far away, featuring actors such as Jason Momoa, Joe Flanigan and Rachel Lotrell..

The actor has also played smaller roles in “Supergirl,” “Arrow,” and “The Flash,” three shows on The CW linked through the DC Universe. The character « Super Girl », Officer Petruchili, appears in three episodes.

His most recent work includes voice acting on the English version of « Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, » a pop-up series for « Inuyasha. ». He’s voiced Miroku throughout the franchise’s extensive roster of projects, including the 2005 video game « Inuyasha: Feudal Combat ».

His work on the « Ninjago » series has been going on for nearly a decade, making Cole one of the characters he voiced the most throughout his career.. It was recorded in 97 episodes of « Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu » and has provided voice to several films in the franchise since 2011..

Although Morrow’s career was mostly based on acting, he also wrote and directed a short film, The Boxing Day Classic.

Kirby Morrow, Dragon Ball Z, Goku, Stargate SG-1, Miroku, X-Men: Evolution

World News – CA – Kirby Morrow, ‘Dragon Ball Z’ and ‘ Ninjago voice actor dies at age 47



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