Shane Rimmer Died At The Age of 89
Canadian Actor Shane Rimmer, Who Acted In Multiple James Bond Movies And Voiced Scott Tracy In The Series “Thunderbirds,” Is No More. He Died At The Age Of 89.
- Shane Rimmer died at the age of 89.
- The exact reason behind his death is not disclosed.
- Shane’s wife confirmed the news of his death.
- Shane was born on 28 May 2019.
- Shane was married to wife Sheila.
Rimmer died on Friday, March 29, 2019, at his home in England. However, the cause of his death is yet to be revealed.
The official website of Gerry Anderson reported and revealed the sad news. Gerry, who created Thunderbirds revealed that Rimmer’s widow, Sheila, confirmed the news.
The sad news that Shane Rimmer has died has come as a real shock to all of us at Anderson Entertainment and we send our thoughts and condolences to Shane's family and friends.
— Gerry Anderson MBE (@GerryAndersonTV) March 29, 2019
Shane Rimmer, who was born on 28 May 1929, started his professional career in 1957 as Nancy’s Father in A Dangerous Age has acted in numerous movies and television series.
Shane has appeared in numerous movies and television series like Dark Shadows, Alien Autopsy, The Dogs of War, Arabian Adventure, Silver Bears, Star Wars, Company Business, Space Truckers, Live and Let Die, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds Are Forever, Dr. Strangelove, Reds, The Lonely Lady, and many others.
The exact details regarding Shane Rimmer’s married life with his wife Sheila is not disclosed in the media; however, they were reported to be in a blissful married life.