Brice Armstrong, Narrator of Dragon Ball passed away

Danish Aejaz
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Brice Armstrong

The voice actor behind the English dubbed version of a very popular anime Dragon Ball passed away on 10 January 2020. At the time of his death, his age is 84. Brice Armstrong died due to natural causes. Mary Collins Agency reported this news on 20 January 2020. 

Brice Armstrong

He was known for providing the narration for the English dubbed version of Dragon ball. The voice behind Captain Ginyu and Lord Slug is Brice Armstrong.

Brice Armstrong was born on 3 January 1936 in Texas and was passionate about Japanese cartoons from an early age. After starting on a voice acting career, Funimation, a US entertainment hired him. He worked there until the day of his retirement.

During his career, Brice Armstrong lent his voice to some popular characters present in the anime of Dragon Ball, including the Captain Ginew and Lord Slug. He also worked on series such as Baki the Grappler, Fullmetal Alchemist, Lupine III, Fruits Basket, and Yu Yu Hakusho.

Christopher Sabat English voice actor of Vegeta and Piccolo and founder of Okratron 5000 said that Brice was the funniest and kindest person he has ever known. Brice was respectful, humble, and always in a good mood. 

James Earl Jones once told that he wished he had Brice’s voice control.

Dragon Ball series follows a character named Son Goku and Vegeta. Goku meets a girl named Bulma, which helps him in searching seven orbs, which are known as Dragon Balls. Because Bulma married Vegeta.

Goku and Vegeta play the lead role in the Dragon Ball series. This series is famous all over the world. 

Earlier to becoming a voice actor, Brie Armstrong worked in the radio industry, starting in 1964. He started doing voiceovers for commercials in the late ’70s. His wife named Marianna passed away in 2008 at 42 years. Armstrong retired from voice acting in 2009. 

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