Christopher Ayres was best known as Dragon Ball voice actor passed away at the age of 56, his death was confirmed by his Girlfriend Krystal LaPorte on Twitter, she wrote “On October 18th at 8:40 pm, my world went dark. Christopher Owen Ayres passed away peacefully, held close by his mother, brother, and girlfriend, and his arm wrapped around his Atticus pillow. He was able to pet the real thing hours beforehand. His hands were held. His face was kissed. We played Jim Croce, The Charlie Chaplin musical, and one hand stayed on my waist as I held the other while Unchained Melody played, the song we knew would be the first dance at our wedding. I–lis mother and brother told stories of his childhood as he left. I have never been alive in a world where Chris wasn’t. I am scared of it. So much of humanity’s kindness, compassion, gentleness, bravery, generosity, and integrity were concentrated in one man. Everything feels so much colder. Chris loved you all. How much he loved other people filled the vast majority of our conversations. To those of you who truly loved him back, thank you. To those of you who stayed in touch, checked on him, reminded him that he was so, so much more than his job, you were the fuel of his fight. You fed the dreams of a future that kept him going longer than any normal person could go.”
Then, she added “Chris, I miss your face. I miss your voice. I miss your hugs and I cannot even begin to comprehend that I will never walk in a doorway again and hear “Hey, beautiful girl.” I miss being your girl. I miss you. I was always one half of Krystal and Chris. I don’t want to be Krystal, but I will do my damndest to try and see what you saw in me, and try to be what the world saw in you. I hope that wherever you are, the first thing you did was take a long, deep breath with your perfect lungs and danced again. I hope you saw a lot of people and animals that I know you missed so deeply. I hope it has all of the horror movies, lots of blackened shrimp and candy, and a giant Doctor Who store. I know a lot of people reading this will ask “is there anything I can do?” Please be more like Chris. Please, if you learned anything from him, put it in this world. It needs him. Please fill it with love and laughter, always.” Later, she concluded with “When he shall die, Take him and cut him out in little stars, And he will make the face of heaven so fine. That all the world will be in love with night. And pay no worship to the garish sun.”
How Rich was Christopher Ayres?
Christopher Ayres Net Worth
Christopher Ayres was born to Owen Ayres and Patricia in Richmond, Virginia, Christopher has a brother named Greg Ayres, an American voice actor. At the age of six, he made his professional acting gig for a Lollipop Soft Drinks commercial, and best remembered for voicing the “Dragon Ball” villain Frieza, and worked for several animations including Saint Seiya as Ushio, Kino’s Journey as Bartender, Bast of Syndrome as Dr. Pluto, Black Butler as Soma Asman Kadar, Golgo 13 as Dave McCartney, Legends of the Dark King: A Fist of the North Star Story as Elder, Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt as Corset, Clannad After Story as Sudou, Another as Yosuke Sakakibara, Kokoro Connect as Inari’s brother, Hanayamata as Additional voices and many more. Besides this, Christopher was an American Stage actor, Stage director, Scripter, and Fight choreographer, from 1989 to 1992 he played the role of John Darling in the Peter Pan. In 2008, he worked as the voice actor for The Last Remnant video game. Additionally, Christopher as a writer has two credits – Dream Eater Merry and Ef: A Tale of Memories. In November 2017, he was diagnosed with end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and after subsequent years of health complications, he died on October 18, 2021.
The estimated Net Worth of Christopher Ayres is around $500K USD.
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