(*47*) Kirby Morrow, identified for his voice credit on the English model of “Dragon Ball Z” and LEGO’s “Ninjago,” has died at 47, his consultant confirmed to Variety.
Morrow’s voice appearing credit additionally included roles within the English dub of “Inuyasha” because the character Miroku, in addition to voicing Cyclops within the collection “X-Men: Evolution.” The Canadian actor additionally held many on-screen roles, starting from one-episode options to recurring roles on exhibits like “The Good Doctor,” “Legion,” “Supernatural” and “The L Word.”
Among the characters he is embodied, essentially the most well-known is his portrayal of Captain Dave Kleinman in “Stargate: Atlantis” from 2005 to 2006. The science fiction collection follows a staff of individuals from Earth who journey a distant galaxy, and it featured actors like Jason Momoa, Joe Flanigan and Rachel Luttrell.
The actor has additionally performed smaller roles in “Supergirl,” “Arrow” and “The Flash,” three exhibits on The CW which might be linked by the DC Universe. His “Supergirl” character, Officer Petrocelli, seems in three episodes.
His most up-to-date work consists of voice appearing on the English model of “Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon,” a derivative collection to “Inuyasha.” He voices Miroku all through the franchise’s in depth listing of tasks, together with the 2005 online game “Inuyasha: Feudal Combat.”
His work on the “Ninjago” franchise lasted almost a decade, making Cole one of many characters he had voiced essentially the most all through his profession. He’s credited on 97 episodes of “Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu” and lent his voice to a number of motion pictures within the franchise since 2011.
Though Morrow’s profession principally hinged on appearing, he additionally wrote and directed a brief movie known as “The Boxing Day Classic.”