How Did Grant James Die? News Voice Actor Cause of Death Explained

The famous actor and voice actor Grant James died on November 23, 2022.

How Did Grant James Die?

Juli Erickson, an actress and voice actress, informed her husband, Grant James passed away at the age of 87. The news was shared on his Facebook page on Sunday. Erickson said, that Grant James’ memorial services will be held on January 2023.

Erickson claimed that James and Erickson were known as “The Godfather and Godmother of Acting in Dallas” as a result of their acting classes.

Grant James Cause of Death

Grant James died on Wednesday, November 23, 2022. James was an American voice actor who used to affiliated with ADV Films and FUNimation Entertainment. He was the husband to voice actress Juli Erickson. Grant James cause of death was an age factor and believed to be natural.

The death statement reads,

“At the age of 87, Grant leaves behind his beloved wife of 36 years, Juli Erickson, their many children, gaggles of grandchildren, a growing list of great-grandchildren, an adopted film and stage family.”

“Grant has touched many lives, and we invite you to share with us your laughs and tears. In early January 2023, there will be a memorial show in multiple acts, and we’re putting out a call for help. We are reaching out to all of you for contributions of your time, acting or writing talent, stories of his life, photos and footage, or donations, and we are considering locations.”

“Please follow the links below to participate and know about the event: We love you all and look forward to hearing all of your stories and memories about Pa.”

Who was Grant James?

James was born in 1935. He staged for the first time at the age of 4, to play the esteemed role of Goat #3 in Billy Goats Gruff. In 1962, he received his MFA, and in 1986, he wed Erickson. They had a 36-year marriage. In addition to anime, James worked in the fields of film, television, theatre, and audiobooks.

James was a prominent anime dub actor, voicing characters such as Zeff in One Piece, Scar’s Master in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Tokio in Hal, Mujika in Mushishi, Sirius in Nabari no Ou, Kido in Baki the Grappler, and Number Zero in 009-1. He also voiced roles in Dragon Ball Z, D.Gray-man, Fairy Tail, Darker than Black, Detective Conan, The Sacred Blacksmith, Samurai 7, Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE, Speed Grapher, and Soul Hunter.

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