Ray Stevenson, 58, died on November 30, 2018. He was an actor in Thor, RRR and Divergent as well as Vikings.


Scottish actor Ray Stevenson died at 58 on Sunday after being hospitalized on the island of Ischia in Italy.

Ray Stevenson, the actor behind memorable roles in Marvel’s Thor series, RRR, Divergent, Vikings, and more, died Sunday in Italy. Details about Stevenson’s death are still being developed. The Italian newspaper La repubblica claims that Stevenson was hospitalized in Ischia during production of the film Cassino On Ischia directed by Frank Ciota.

In March, Stevenson embraced Star Wars Celebration fans. In the upcoming Star Wars series Ahsoka, he plays one of the primary antagonists, Baylan Skoll. Stevenson said that he felt like a child on Christmas morning when he saw a tree full of presents. He said, “Getting to wield the Light Saber is just the greatest feeling in the universe,” he added with a smile. Stevenson has played many memorable roles that have left a lasting impression. He recently played the primary villain Scott Buxton in SS Rajamouli’s RRR, Othere in Vikings, Jack Swinburne in the television adaptation of

Das Boot, and Marcus in Neil Burger’s Divergent. He also played Frank Castle, in 2008’s 11001010Punisher War Zone. When he wasn’t gazing into cameras with a piercing stare, Stevenson voiced animated characters, including Gar Saxon for Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Rebels.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBP5EnbbGoUStevenson was born on May 25, 1964, in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Stevenson first appeared on the acting scene in 1990, appearing in various television series. He then appeared alongside Helena Bonham Carter & Kenneth Branagh as part of Paul Greengrass’ The Theory of Flight. Stevenson’s career was marked by a constant shift between film and TV. One of his most significant parts came when he played Titus Pullo on the HBO drama Rome.Filming for his latest project, Cassino on Ischia

, is in its early stages. Stevenson plays a movie star who is older and wants to revive her career by making a gritty comeback in Italy. He must also reconcile his family trauma in order to get back on track. We wish his friends, family, and fans all the best in coping with this tragic loss. Safe travels, Mr. Stevenson. Rest well.

Share post:

how to submit press releasehow to submit press release


More like this

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller do not believe in “superhero exhaustion”

After a couple of decades of a dominant...

Peter MacDonald recalls tense Rambo III production

Mulcahy was not the only production member who was...

Valo Holdings and SurgeTrader Join Forces in the 2023 Gold Rush Rally to Support Charitable Organizations Across the Western United States

Valo Holdings Group and SurgeTrader select a charitable organization to support on each leg of the Gold Rush Rally, furthering their mission of community support and philanthropy. ...

Valo Holdings Group and SurgeTrader Announce Support for Just One Project in the Gold Rush Rally

Valo Holdings Group and SurgeTrader announce their support of the Las Vegas-based organization Just One Project as part of their Gold Rush Rally philanthropic tour across the western United States. ...