One Piece Voice Actor Ed Blaylock Passes Away At The Age Of 64!


Ed Blaylock, voice of Fuhrer King Bradley from Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood television anime series passed away on Wednesday. WRR 101, radio staton from Dallas, Texas revealed the news on Thursday. Ed was 64 year old and was battling cancer when he died.


After giving voice in FMA & FMAB, Blaylock had reprised King Bradley's role in the Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection and Fullmetal Alchmist: Seven Homunuli Vs State Alchemist video anime series. He additionally played Fritz Lang in the Fullmetal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shamballa film.



Ed is also known for giving voice for, Sengoku in One Piece, Director in Barakamon and Sebas Tian in Overload. He also played minor roles in more than 40 anime, including Attack on Titan, Blood Blockade Battlefront, Dragon Ball, Fairy Tail, tokyo Ghoul, Toriko and more...


Apart from bein a voice actor, Blaylock was the weekday evening announcer for WRR 101, and he worked for the station for more than 10 years. He also appeared in stage plays in Dallas, and acted in the "Living History" program where he portrayed real-life historical figures in period costume to give talks to schoolchildren.

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