Ray Stevenson Death: ‘RRR’ villain Ray Stevenson died at the age of 58, said goodbye to the world two days before his birthday. ray stevenson death film rrr actor ray stevenson passes away at 58
Actor Ray Stevenson. Actor Ray Stevenson, who played the villain in the Oscar-winning film RRR, died at the age of 58 in Italy. Team RRR shared the news of his death on their official Twitter handle and wrote, “Shocking news for all of us! You will always be in our hearts, Sir Scott.” According to media reports, Stevenson was about to celebrate his 59th birthday on 25 May. Please tell that his PR agency Independent Talent has confirmed the news of death. However, he has not shared much information about the death. What shocking news for all of us on the team! 💔 Rest in peace, Ray Stevenson. You will stay in our hearts forever, SIR SCOTT. pic.twitter.com/YRlB6iYLFi — RRR Movie (@RRRMovie) May 22, 2023 Read this also: Aditya Singh Rajput Death: Aditya Singh Rajput was very happy, had a special attachment to this thing, left the world at a young age and played in RRR The character of the main villain Stevenson actually played the role of the main villain Scott Buxton in director SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster period action drama film RRR. In this film, he won the hearts of the audience with his strong acting. Actors Ram Charan, Jr. NTR, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgan also played lead roles in the film. The film recently won the prestigious Academy Award (Oscar) in the Best Original Song category. Apart from starring in several major films, Stevenson was also known for roles such as Volstagg in Marvel’s ‘Thor’ franchise and othere in ‘Vikings’. He also voiced Gar Saxon in the animated Star Wars series ‘The Clone Wars’ and ‘Rebels’ and was set to appear opposite Rosario Dawson in Disney Plus’ upcoming ‘The Mandalorian’ spinoff ‘Ahsoka’. Stevenson was born in Ireland According to reports, actor Stevenson was born on May 25, 1964 in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. He began his career in European TV series and telefilms in the early 1990s. He first appeared on the big screen alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Kenneth Branagh in Paul Greengrass’ 1998 drama The Theory of Flight. He also appeared in Antoine Fuqua’s King Arthur (2004), Lexi Alexander’s Punisher: War Zone (2008), Hughes Brothers’ The Book of Eli (2010) and Adam McKay’s The Other Boy (2010). Also played a strong role.