Ray Stevenson Obituary, Death – Ray Stevenson, an Irish actor known for his performances in movies like “Punisher: War Zone,” “King Arthur,” and the “Thor” films, as well as television shows like HBO’s “Rome” and the impending “Ahsoka” series, passed away on Sunday in Italy, according to his publicist, as reported by Variety. Stevenson is best known for his parts in films like “Punisher: War Zone,” “King Arthur,” and the “Thor” films.
His roles in films such as “Punisher: War Zone,” “King Arthur,” and “Thor” helped make Stevenson a household name. He passed away at the age of 58. There was not even a scrap of evidence that could lead to a specific cause of death for the person who had died. In the 1990s, Stevenson began his career by making guest appearances on a variety of various television series.
These appearances were spread out over the decade. Since the turn of the century, he has been progressively pushing his way into main roles in Hollywood action blockbusters. Currently, he is starring in three of these films. Stevenson was brought into the world on May 25th, 1964, in Northern Ireland. He was named after his grandfather. In the film “King Arthur,” which was directed by Antoine Fuqua and released in 2004, he played the role of Dagonet.
One of the Knights of the Round Table. “King Arthur” This was his debut in a film playing a significant role. It was with this part that he first established himself as a working actor in the film industry. In the movie, his character decides to give his life in the middle of the battle in order to assist Arthur (Clive Owen) and the other warriors who are a part of his brotherhood. He does this so that they can all win.