Billy Kametz Died at 35: Billy Kametz, Pokémon voice entertainer and Disney alum, passed on Thursday, June 9, 2022, in the wake of fighting colon malignant growth. He was 35.
Kameez was generally known for voicing the personality of Ren on the TV series Pokémon, as well as loaning his voice to other anime dream series jobs, remembering Josuke Higashikata for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Naofumi Iwatani in The Rising of the Shield Hero, Galo Thymos in Promare and Ferdinand in the “Fire Emblem” computer games.
Billy Kametz Died at 35
“Billy experienced his fantasy as an enthusiast of Japanese liveliness and computer games who grew up to act in cherished jobs that will presently stand perpetually as his heritage,” his representative A. Jinnie McManus imparted to PennLive. “In any event, during the most exceedingly terrible of his sickness, he stayed not set in stone,” she added.
The 35-year-old began his profession as a component of the diversion staff on the Disney journey line and moved to California soon after being offered the job of Aladdin in Disneyland’s Musical Spectacular.
In April, he declared through Instagram video that he’d been determined to have stage 4 colon disease, which had spread to his liver, lungs and spine. At that point, he uncovered he’d gone through chemotherapy and radiation, taking note of he had “such a lot of inspiration” encompassing him thus many individuals invigorating him.
“I won’t stop,” the voice entertainer told his supporters. “I won’t quit battling and I will traverse this.”
Kametz’s eulogy recalls that him as a sort and blissful soul, who profoundly focused on his loved ones and was thankful for the potential chance to do what he cherished in his profession.
“Anybody who has met Billy will let you know he is quite possibly of the most genuine, modest and adoring individual they have at any point met. His irresistible character and grin generally illuminated a room with such a lot of satisfaction and bliss,” it read to some degree. “Billy in every case had a constructive outcome on anybody he interacted with. His affection for his family, companions and sweetheart was in every case generally essential to him and that adoration will continue for eternity.”
“Billy was so grateful and amazed by the exceptionally huge overflow of help and love he got during his fight with colon disease,” the obit proceeded. “He believed everybody should know the amount it was valued and thanks everybody, particularly his fans who he adored to such an extent.”
“His affection for his work as an entertainer and extraordinary voice will keep on engaging fans and forever be recalled,” the recognition said.