REST IN PEACE, RICARDO SILVA. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR EVERYTHING
The Mexican dubbing is in mourning once again, since Ricardo Silva, who interpreted some of the most iconic themes in anime, died this Sunday due to covid-19.
This was made known through social networks, being René García, voice of Vegeta in Dragon Ball, one of the first to confirm the news.
This could be read in an emotional message where he says goodbye to the interpreter, referring to the famous Chala Head Chala, a song that Ricardo Silva interpreted for the Dragon Ball Z saga.
Actor René García was among the first to share the sad news.
A few days ago it was reported that the actor had been hospitalized urgently due to complications from covid-19.
Some sources indicated that he was intubated; however, the official statement issued through his Twitter page assured that he was stable.
After a few days of uncertainty, this Sunday it was reported that he sadly lost the battle, leaving a great legacy that will never be forgotten.
RICARDO SILVA: THE BEST ANIME OPENINGS PERFORMER
The most remembered theme of this performer and voice actor is undoubtedly the famous Chala Head Chala from Dragon Ball, but his voice also accompanied several iconic series.
Some of them were Superchamps, Digimon, Inuyasha, and even Pokémon.
Ricardo Silva’s career also included participation as a voice actor in Matrix, playing Mouse, Zoboomafu, where he sang the songs of the protagonist and many others.
Undoubtedly, this loss will hurt Mexican dubbing a lot, but his songs will remain as witnesses of his career and in the hearts of millions of anime fans who grew up with his songs.
As far as you are, rest in peace, Ricardo Silva. Thank you so much for everything.