Kirk Baily Death : Actor best known for his role as Kevin “Ug” Lee in the Nickelodeon has died.

By | March 2, 2022

 

Kirk Baily, best known for his role as Kevin “Ug” Lee in the Nickelodeon sitcom, “Salute Your Shorts,” has passed away.

Kirk Baily has passed away of cancer at the age of 59. 90’s Nickelodeon viewers know him best as Kevin “Ug” Lee, the camp counselor on Salute Your Shorts. His other Nick credit was a voice role on Sponge on the Run, which is also one of his last acting roles.

Who was Kirk Baily

Kirk Baily is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Kevin “Ug” Lee in the Nickelodeon sitcom, Salute Your Shorts. He is an accomplished voice actor who has appeared in anime and video games. He also does ADR looping for film and television. Wikipedia
Born: February 2, 1963

How did Kirk Baily die ?

.We have no information at the moment on the cause of Kirk Baily death .

Condolences – Comments and Reactions.

Tributes and condolence messages have poured in for Kirk Baily.

Reacting to the news of Kirk Baily’s death, Alex Mandelberg wrote 

I knew him as Kirk Baily… most people my age knew him as Ug from “Salute Your Shorts”. Some of my earliest memories in life were watching this talented man on an ADR stage (and being star struck cause i was 7 and LOVED “SYS”)… he went from someone I looked up to, to a teacher, to what I hope was a friend. My heart breaks now knowing I won’t be blessed by his presence on another sound stage… I regret never telling you how large a part of my career I owed to your example growing up. I love you Kirk. Till we meet again R.I.P.
Sad to hear Kirk Baily knows from one of my favorite shows on Nickelodeon of the 90s from Salute Your Shorts Kevin Ug Lee passed away a ceremonial aweful waffle to be in his honor RIP Kirk Bailey.

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