The dubbing artist Ricardo Silva famous for interpreting the openning of Dragon Ball Z, he passed away on February 7 after being hospitalized by COVID-19 some days ago.
The bad news was released by other voice actors, who knew closely singer who performed several songs from series in the 90s mainly.
“My Richie Boy. Heart and soul shattered. The sky will shine with your voice forever. I stay with your laughs, with your anecdotes and with your wonderful energy. We are going to miss you a lot, ”said René García.
My Richie Boy. Heart and soul shattered. The sky will shine with your voice forever. I’ll keep your laughs, your anecdotes and your wonderful energy. We are going to miss you a lot. pic.twitter.com/IwtURZrAsK
– Rene Garcia (@ renegarcia900) February 8, 2021
Four days ago, the family reported that the actor was hospitalized sick with COVID-19, although they assured that at that time he was stable. Unfortunately this Sunday it was confirmed that Ricardo Silva passed away at 67 years of age. .
Official statement pic.twitter.com/mXyNyZnVCN
– Ricardo Silva E. (@Ricardo_Silva_E) February 4, 2021
Although Ricardo Silva is remembered mainly for the entrance song of Dragon Ball Z, which marked several generations; he also sang the songs of Digimon, Superchamps, Inuyasha, Gummi Bears, Darkwing Duck, Ninja Turtles, Duck Adventures and many others. He also participated in many films as a voiceover.