Paul Haddad, who voiced Leon Kennedy in the character’s Resident Evil 2 introduction, has kicked the bucket at 56 years old, as per a declaration from Invader Studios.
“Paul Haddad, our dear companion and a symbol among the Resident Evil people group, has died as of late,” the announcement peruses. “We’ve been really respected to get the opportunity to meet and work with such an incredible man and a splendid expert that he was. Find happiness in the hereafter, Paul… you will live perpetually in our souls.”
Intruder Studios had as of late worked together with Haddad on Daymare: 1998, an endurance repulsiveness reverence to Resident Evil that filled in as the on-screen character’s subsequent computer game appearance.
Haddad began his acting vocation in the late 1980s TV show Night Heat yet is most popular for his presentation as Resident Evil 2 hero Leon Kennedy. He would proceed to highlight in kid’s shows like The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and X-Men: The Animated Series, most outstandingly voicing Pietro “Mercury” Maximoff.
No official reason has been accommodated Haddad’s passing.