Samuel E. Wright, the original voice of Sebastião cancer, died Monday (24), in the United States, at the age of 74. the little Mermaid, From Disney. The news was announced by the actor’s birthplace, Montgomery, in the state of New York, in a post on Facebook.
“Sam has been an inspiration to all of us, and he and his family founded the Hudson Valley Conservatory. In addition to his passion for the arts and his love for family, Sam was famous for stepping into a room and simply offering pure joy. To those he interacted with. He loved to be entertained, and he liked to make people smile, laugh and love. To love them, “stated the post on the social network.
In the Disney animation, Samuel sang the two most famous songs from the 1989 production, Under the sea, Winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Song, and Kiss the girl, He also noted.
With a wide career in film, theater and television, Wright has lent his talent to several productions. Highlighting the music the king lionOn Broadway, where he played the role of the villain Mufasa in the series Lei & OrdemAnd the The Cosby Show e all of my children And the movie a bird.
“Prone to fits of apathy. Problem solver. Twitter buff. Wannabe music advocate.”