RIP! International actor Ray Stevenson of "Thor" and "RRR" fame dies suddenly
Ray Stevenson, a well-known worldwide actor, went away unexpectedly on Sunday in Italy, leaving his friends and colleagues in shock. Ruth Gemmell, an actress and his ex-wife, survived him at the age of 58. The untimely death's official cause has not yet been disclosed.
Stevenson, who was born on May 25, 1964, in Northern Ireland, started out as a TV actor in the 1990s before securing action parts in Hollywood movies. He has appeared in the films "King Arthur," "Punisher: War Zone," "The Three Musketeers," and the first three "Thor" films, where he played Volstagg, the hero's ally.
As the iconic bad guy Governor Scott Buckson in S.S. Rajamouli's epic film "RRR," starring Ram Charan and Junior NTR, Ray Stevenson achieved widespread renown throughout India. On Twitter, Rajamouli expressed his gratitude by posting, "Shocking... Just unable to believe this news. Ray infused the sets with an incredible amount of vigour and intensity. It spread easily. It was a joy to work with him. I'm sending up prayers for his family. I pray for his soul's peace.
Ahsoka, 1242: Gateway to the West, and Cassino in Ischia are three future Stevenson works that will be published posthumously. RIP!
RRR, a movie starring Jr. NTR, Ramcharan Teja, and directed by SS Rajamelali, was released in five languages, including Tamil, and made more than Rs 1000 crore globally.
In this instance, actor Ray Stevenson, who portrayed the part of British Sir Scott in this movie, was highly praised for his performance as the antagonist. Also, he appeared in various Hollywood films, including "Thor."
Yesterday in Italy, actor Ray Stevenson passed away. On learning of his passing, Rajamelali and the rest of the "RRR" crew sent their sympathies. The social media page for the movie, RRR, wrote: "Shocking news for everyone, Ray Stevenson, may you rest in peace, you will always be in our hearts."