Hollywood fires Ray Stevenson after his unexpected death

Hollywood fires Ray Stevenson after his unexpected death


The death of Ray Stevenson has shaken the entertainment world. Hollywood wakes up today with terrible, unexpected and sad news.

Hollywood has fired Ray Stevenson after his unexpected death. After learning the news of his death at the age of 58, many Hollywood figures have shared emotional messages for the beloved actor. Stevenson rose to fame for his role as Dagonet in the film King Arthur (2004) and was also acclaimed for his starring role as Tito Pullo in the HBO series Rome. A series that ran from 2005 to 2007. Throughout his three-decade career, Stevenson was known for bringing an imposing but charming aura to the characters he played. Rest in peace.

The film industry’s farewell to the late actor

Following the death of Ray Stevenson just four days before his 59th birthday, Many people from the Hollywood film industry have taken to social media to share their memories of the actor.. Stevenson, born in Northern Ireland and raised in Northumberland, England, was endeared to a wide range of former collaborators. Among those were co-stars, writers, directors and even composers who spoke of the honor it was for them to create a theme for a Stevenson character. We share those messages below.

Ray Stevenson is one of the few Hollywood actors to have played not one, but two different Marvel characters. He played Frank Castle / The Punisher in Punisher: War Zone, one of his most important and remembered roles despite the fact that the film was a box office flop. Stevenson also played Volstagg, Thor’s friend, in several Marvel Cinematic Universe films, most recently Thor: Ragnarok (2017). From Cinemascomics.com, we can only send a message of encouragement, support and affection to family, relatives, friends and acquaintances. Rest in peace Ray.