Brice Armstrong (American Voice Actor) Wiki, Age, Bio, Wife ( Marianna Ash), Cause of Death, Career

Brice Armstrong Wiki – Bio

Brice Weeks Armstrong was born on January 3, 1936 in Dallas, Texas. He was an American anime voice actor who primarily worked on the properties of Funimation. Dragon Ball narrator Brice Armstrong as died aged 84, his talent management group Mary Collins Agency has confirmed.

Brice Armstrong Age

He was 84 years old.


He marry to Marianna Ash in 1966. The voice actor leaves behind six children and nine grandchildren.


Armstrong is perhaps best known in anime as the voice of the narrator in Funimation’s dub of Dragon Ball, as well as numerous minor characters. He voiced Captain Ginyu in Dragon Ball Z. He also voiced the narrator in Dragon Ball Movie 4: The Path to Power, and Lord Slug in Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug. He voiced Igari in Baki the Grappler, Masamune in Samurai 7, and Douglas in the Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus film.

Armstrong retired from voice acting in 2009.

Cause of Death

Winged serpent Ball storyteller Brice Armstrong has died at 84 years old, in news that was affirmed by the ability the executives bunch Mary Collins Agency.

As per the organization, Armstrong died on 10 January from regular causes.

In a post on Facebook Mary Collins Agency stated: “In the anime and game network, Brice is maybe most popular as the storyteller for the first Dragon Ball arrangement, characters Captain Ginyu and Lord Slug in Dragon Ball Z, just as giving voices on Yu Hakusho, Lupin III, Case Closed and numerous different titles.

“Christopher Sabat, a Mary Collins Agency voice on-screen character and originator of Okratron 5000, worked with and coordinated Brice frequently. ‘Brice was the kindest, most interesting individual I’ve at any point known. He was constantly unassuming, never feeling terrible not the frame of mind you’d anticipate from such an industry legend’.”

According to the agency, iconic Star Wars actor James Earl Jones once told Armstrong: “I wish I had your vocal control.” The post praised the ‘camera shy’ actor, who had ‘an ear for celebrity impressions’, but he will likely be best known for his narration of Dragon Ball.

On social media fans of the cartoon have been paying tribute, with one writing: “I’ve heard his voice when I was growing up as a kid back when I played the old Budokai games, his voice as Lord Slug, Ginyu, and of course the narrator for Dragon Ball. So sad he passed away, but I always thought he was great.”

While a second posted: “So sad to hear this. From Lord Slug to Captain Ginyu to the Dragon Ball narrator, he was talented beyond words and his voice made a huge impact on me as a kid. He will be dearly missed. Condolences to his family, friends, and fellow voice actors.”

A third fan wrote: Thank you, Mr. Brice Armstrong. I am still to this day fascinated by your voice. You gave Captain Ginyu such a great characterisation and always seemed to make Dragon Ball so nostalgic as the narrator, even when the dub was brand new.”

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