At the age of 84, in the news that has been supported by the gift management team Mary Collins Agency.
According to the business, Armstrong passed away on 10 January from organic causes.
At a article on Facebook, Mary Collins Agency wrote: “From the arcade and sport community, Brice is possibly best Called the narrator for the first Dragon Ball series, personalities Captain Ginyu and Lord Slug at Dragon Ball Z, in addition to supplying voices on Yu Yu Hakusho, Lupin III, Case Closed and Several other titles.
“Christopher Sabat, a Mary Collins Agency voice actor and founder of Okratron 5000, worked with and led Brice often. ‘Brice was the kindest, funniest man I have ever known. He was always humble, not in a terrible mood-not the attitude you would expect from this kind of industry legend’.”
I wish I had your control” The article praised the camera-shy’ celebrity, who’d’an ear for celebrity opinions.’ Still, he will probably be famous for his narration of all Dragon Ball.
On social media lovers of the animation have been paying tribute, with original writing: “I had heard his voice once I was growing up as a child back when I played with the older Budokai games, his voice as Lord Slug, Ginyu, not to mention the narrator for Dragon Ball. So sad, he passed away, but I believed that he was fantastic.”
Even though a second submitted: “So sad to hear that, from Lord Slug into Captain Ginyu into the Dragon Ball narrator, He was gifted beyond his voice, created a massive effect on me as a child. He’ll be dearly missed. Condolences to his loved ones, friends, and fellow voice actors.”
I’m still, to this day, interested in your voice. You gave Captain Ginyu such a fantastic characterization and always appeared to make Dragon Ball so nostalgic because the narrator, even if the dub was new.”
The voice actor leaves six children and nine grandchildren.
A Memorial page increasing funds for charities near Armstrong has been Setup by pals that are requesting donations rather than flowers.