Sad News: Voice Actor Kirby Morrow passes away

Actor Kirby Morrow, Stargate's Daedalus Bridge Officer, Dies At 47 »  GateWorld

I got some sad news to share with you that’s been buzzing around on Twitter. According to GateWorld.net, Canadian voice actor Kirby Morrow recently passed away. He was the age of 47 up until his passing.

So far there is no details on the cause of the death, but I will try to keep everyone up to date what’s going on. His His brother Casey spoke on social media and mentioned how Kirby was a blessing and he worked hard to make everyone happy in his work. To those who don’t know what he was known for, he voiced iconic characters like Miroku in Inuyasha, Cyclops in X-Men Evolution and Goku in the Ocean Dub of Dragon Ball Z (starting episode 160).

Inuyasha" Mystical Hand of the Amorous Monk, Miroku (TV Episode 2001) - IMDb

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Dragon Ball, Transformers Star Kirby Morrow Dies at 47

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18 thoughts on “Sad News: Voice Actor Kirby Morrow passes away

    • He died too soon. I remembered being excited to hear the news that he and along with other past voices actors joining the anime Yashahime last week. Now I am feeling sad to see this news.

  1. I couldn’t believe it when I saw the news on Twitter. It’s awful. 😦 And I completely forgot he voiced Cyclops in X-Men Evolution. That was the first Marvel show I really got invested in – and of course no one could ever replace him as Miroku. 😦

    • I couldn’t believe it either. News like this is so hard to take in. I didn’t know he was in X-Men Evolution. I heard it was a really good Marvel series. Kirby nailed the role as Miroku. Him being in Inuyasha was the first time I ever heard his voice.

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