New Delhi: The film RRR has been in constant discussion ever since its release and after winning the Oscar, it again came into the limelight. Every character in the film has given his best, be it native or Hollywood. In this, along with Ram Charan and Junior NTR, many actors from Hollywood have also acted commendably. Meanwhile, the sad news is coming that Hollywood hero Ray Stevenson, who played an important role in the film, is no more with us. He died on the last day at the age of 58. After the arrival of this news, the entire team including RRR director SS Rajamouli got a big shock. Along with this, his departure is also a big loss for Hollywood, which cannot be easily compensated. The actor’s publicist confirmed the sad news but the cause of his death is yet to be revealed. Everyone is shocked by the death of the actor and is paying tribute to him.
Rajamouli was shocked to hear the news of Ray Stevenson’s death
Recently, SS Rajamouli shared a very cute picture of himself with Ray Stevenson from the sets of ‘RRR’ on his Twitter handle, in which both can be seen smiling while having a fun conversation. Rajamouli has expressed condolences for Ray Stevenson by sharing this photo. Ray has been dressed as his character in the film and along with this the filmmaker also shared a heart-touching post in which it is written. Rajamouli writes, ‘This is shocking… can’t believe this news… Ray brought a lot of energy and vivacity with him on the set. It was total fun working with him. My prayers are with his family. May his soul rest in peace. The team of RRR has also paid tribute to him and wrote, you will always be in our hearts.
Ray played the role of ‘Scott Buxton’ in the film RRR. This was the first Indian film of his career. Ray was born on 25 May 1964 in Northern Ireland. His father was a pilot and at the age of 8, he shifted to England with the family. After playing the villain in ‘RRR’, Stevenson’s last completed film was ‘Accident Man: Hitman Holiday’ starring Scott Adkins.
Ray Stevenson was famous for these characters
He also starred in all 22 episodes of HBO and BBC’s Rome. He recently signed up to replace Kevin Spacey in 1242: Gateway to the West, where he plays a Hungarian priest standing up against the Mongol army. Stevenson Ray was also known for roles such as Volstagg in Marvel’s ‘Thor’ franchise and othere in ‘Vikings’. He has also voiced Gar Saxon in the animated Star Wars series ‘The Clone Wars’ and ‘Rebels’ and was set to join Rosario Dawson in Disney Plus’ upcoming ‘The Mandalorian spinoff ‘Ashoka’.