Rick May Wiki – Rick May Bio
Rick May was an American dubbing writer and actor who was best known for his voice acting as The Soldier in the 2014 animated short Expiration Date. He is also known for his role as Andross in the 1997 Star Fox 64 video game.
Rick May Age
He is 79 years old.
Rick May Death & Cause
According to her school’s memory, May suffered a stroke in February and was rehabilitating in a nursing home. While in the nursing home recovering, he contracted COVID-19. May was later transferred to the Swedish Medical Center for care, where she died.
Friends & Fans React to Rick May’s Death
John Patrick Lowrie, a video game voice actor, posted about his friend May after Lowrie heard of his death. In the post, he said:
I met him over thirty years ago and while we weren’t the socializing type of pals we always enjoyed running into each other at a gig or audition. Every recording session with him was always laugh-filled. Yet when the lights went down or the engineer said, “rolling” he was the consummate professional. He worked hard to get it right and we could always depend on him to deliver. In talking with his wife Diana I found out that he loved the sessions, the camaraderie, the give and take during the rehearsals and actual recording.
A fan posted a video of May wishing his friend a happy birthday while using Soldier from Team Fortress 2’s voice.
Alright thats it, I’ve had enough of this damn coronavirus, it has taken away my personal hero away from me. May you rest in peace, Rick May. https://t.co/4s8EWFdiyQ
— 8-Bit Shark (@8BitShark_) April 13, 2020
Rick May, the talented voice of soldier from tf2 has passed away due to Covid-19.
… Rest in peace Rick May, and thank you for bringing us all the joy you have over the years.
I know this is very devistating news, and shows us just how careful we need to be in these times. pic.twitter.com/NlgC24DYti
— Team Fabulous 2 Reanimated (@Teamfabulous2R) April 13, 2020
His tweet reads, “Rick May, the talented voice of soldier from tf2 has passed away due to Covid-19. Rest in peace Rick May, and thank you for bringing us all the joy you have over the years. I know this is very [devastating] news, and shows us just how careful we need to be in these times.”
Rick May Career
Rick was a teacher at Rekindle School, an independent educational program located in Seattle, Washington. According to May’s LinkedIn, he also worked at the University of Washington, teaching voice-overs, accents, dialectics, and listening techniques.
May, who also had a theatrical career, directed and appeared in hundreds of shows, from musical comedy to Shakespeare. In memory, he is remembered for many different roles: the artistic director of Renton Civic Theater and Civic Light Opera, Rick worked for many decades as an independent actor and director. He also toured on the award-winning one-man play, Bully! An adventure with Teddy Roosevelt.
Rick May Movies Career
His roles included Tevye in Fiddler On the Roof, Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, Ben Franklin in 1776, Teddy in Arsenic and Old Lace, Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Suppened On the Way to the Forum, WO Gant in Look Homeward, Angel, Oscar in The Odd Couple, Weller in The Gin Game, Sid in Take Me Along, Drummond in Inherit the Wind, and his personal favorite, Matthew the Storyteller in Cotton Patch Gospel, a role he played for three seasons.
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