Former ‘Mythbusters’ star Grant Imahara Death – Dead : Grant Imahara Obituary : Cause of Death Brain Aneurysm.
Grant Imahara, a robotics and special effects expert best known for his work on ‘MythBusters,’ has died at the age of 49 https://t.co/I7y5p5RRNg pic.twitter.com/lhlcaBFTCY
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) July 14, 2020
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Gas Monkey Garage
on TV, I could only dream of creating something remotely close to the level of what the crew of Mythbusters had created.We’ve lost an incredible member of theDiscoveryfamily. Rest in paradise, Grant Imahara, you will truly be missed.
Karen Wingert Pell wrote
SO SO sad and it breaks my heart as I really loved his personality! What a loss…I lost my first husband at age 33 to a brain aneurysm. I feel so so sorry for his family!
Rick Ciordia wrote
We are not given anything in this life…it’s up to each of us to grab our piece of the excitement of being alive and riding it for as long as possible. He did that and while it’s sad for the family, he did reach for and get a pretty good life. RIP
Brooke Bazan wrote
Wow that’s really sad! He was very inspiring to my family- we loved watching the science he made and explained.
Monica Boza wrote
He was the light of the show, always super happy and excited to show us science… Heartbreaking news
Paulette Rich Long
So sad. Such a shock. Loved him on Mythbusters. Condolences to his family and loved ones.
Joanne Yanovick wrote
Oh my heart is so very sad. Learned so much from watching MythBusters and in awe if his knowledge. Sleep sweetly
Shena Samora wrote
So sad. We loved him on the show. My kiddo almost cried. My condolences to his family.
Kathy Grover wrote
So sorry for his families loss I watched him all the time I will miss him a lot great actor RIP my friend Amen 🙏
Linda Ikuta wrote
I enjoyed him on Myth Busters. He was a guest on Craig Fergerson and built the robot for the show.
Angela Maki wrote
Very sad – he was a great teacher and entertainer. His enthusiasm and joy were infectious.