A tribute to one of the most beautiful and tender voiceover talents
Brad Venable, a sound artist known for his extensive work in television and video games, passed away earlier this week at the age of 43. The news was shared on social media on January 8, with sincere greetings from many of his friends and colleagues in the industry.
Venable’s talent has been shown in popular anime series, TV series, and video games since the early 1900s. Whereas Venable’s more prolific roles include the familiar Griffon V’s Devil May Cry 5, And costas are rare Fire Emblem: Three HousesHis extensive work in the industry has also seen Finabel participate Final Fantasy VII remake, World of WarcraftAnd and Shenmue IIIIn addition to TV series such as Attack on Titan, mask of the heroAnd and Agritsuko.
Speak on Twitter, voice artist Terry Daniel Venable is remembered as “one of the most beautiful and tender talent in the field of voice over business.” [Brad] He was a man’s sweetheart and he will help you with anything you need. Ridiculously talented and a real treasure. “
Christina V. He also praised Venable, noting that he “always had a smile and a kind word to say,” noting that he was “mainly in our society and he left very soon.”
More eulogies were given by the actors, Daryl J. DelphineAnd the Brian OlveraAnd the Khoy DowAnd and Erica MendesMany of them reflected on Venable’s talents and skills in the field of voice acting, however All Who spoke of his kindness, generosity, helpful nature and liveliness. Briefly, Chris Hackney He said, “Brad was nice. Brad was light. Brad was talented. Brad was humble. Brad was everything and more.”
We at Destructoid offer our sincere condolences to his friends and family.
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