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Voice of “Goku” and “Cyclops” star, anime voiceover artist Kirby Morrow dies at 47

Kirby Morrow, who was the voice of “Goku” in Canadian “Dragon Ball Z” dub and many other anime and cartoons has died at 47.

According to a statement from Kirby Morrow’s brother, Casey, the artist died on Thursday 19th November 2020. Morrow had been popular on TV for his role as “Captain Dave Kleinman” in “Stargate: Atlantis”; he appeared in eight episodes.

The news of his death broke on GateWorld, a fan site of Stargathe. As at the time of this publication, the authorities are yet to reveal the cause death of the actor’s death.

Some of the artist’s notable voice credits in films are; “Goku” in the Canadian dub of “Dragon Ball Z”, Cyclops in the animated productions of “X-Men: Evolution”, “Cole” in the LEGO Ninjago series, “Miroku” in the English dub of “Inuyasha”, “Trowa” in the dubbed version of anime series “Mobile Suit Gundam Wing”, and many more.

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Kirby Morrow also recently costarred in Nickelodeon’s “LEGO Jurassic World: Legend of Isla Nublar” series. Following the news of his demise, anime fans sent out tributes, see some here:

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Obinna is a fiction writer from Lagos, Nigeria, and grew up loving comic book characters and superheroes. He watches lots of action films and writes entertainment and technology articles. He is also interested in science and how things work.

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