The interpreter and composer lost his life due to complications derived from his contagion of COVID-19

Recognized for interpreting anime themes such as “Dragon Ball Z”, “Digimon 2” and “Los supercampeones”, Silva passed away just a few days after being hospitalized by Covid-19, as confirmed by Rene García, who gave voice to the character of Vegeta in “Dragon Ball Z”.

“My Richie Boy. The heart and soul are shattered. The sky will shine with your voice forever,” Garcia wrote on his Instagram account making the song “Cha-la-head-cha-la” illusion., the opening of the program has characters like Goku, Piccolo, and Gohan.

“I’ll take your laughs, your anecdotes, and your wonderful energy. We are going to miss you a lot.”

Ricardo Silva Died

The last publication of Ricardo Silva’s official account on Instagram was just four days ago, where they communicated their state of health and closed with the phrase: “No matter what happens, I will always keep my spirits.”

Silva’s voice can also be heard in the second opening of “Digimon 2”, “Impacto Rojo”. The actor also worked interpreting the intros of cartoons like “Chip and Dale to the rescue”, “Ducktales” and “The ninja turtles”.

The 67-year-old artist recalled in an interview for EL UNIVERSAL in 2015 that for recording the opening of the story starring Goku he charged 600 pesos in 1992 .

“And I did it in half an hour”, shared at that time about that piece, one of those that led him to visit conventions and give autographs.

“Today whoever stands in front of me only asks me to hug him, because with the song he lived his childhood,” Silva said.

“Winnie Pooh”, “Shrek” and even an advertisement from Profeco featured the voice of the graduate of the National School of Music (now School of Music).



Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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