Warren Appleby

Warren Appleby Bio, Age, Death, Titans crew member

Warren Appleby Bio: He was an Emmy-winning actor, who is best known for his roles in HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show and 1997’s Men in Black.

Warren Appleby Bio

Warren Appleby was born in 1931 and died on 18 July 2019. He has died at the age of 88. He was also a crew member of DC Show Titans

Titans Cast Members

The DC Comics superteam just had a new movie hit theaters in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, which ended with a post-credit stinger that teases the return of a beloved animated television series.

There is also a live-action series called Titans who, coming to the new DC streaming service and a new storyline playing out in DC Comics Rebirth with Damian Wayne in charge.

Add in the fact that the Teen Titans replaced the Justice League when it came to the DC Comics animated movie universe slate, and it is clear that the teenage superheroes are as popular as ever.

The Teen Titans have also been around for a very long time. The group first appeared in the ’60s as a team of sidekicks with Robin, Kid Flash and Aqualad leading the way.

In the ’80s, the New Teen Titans presented the most critically acclaimed version of the team with Marv Wolfman penning the adventures of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, and Cyborg.

There have been many other versions, with one team morphing into Young Justice, and even the New 52 and DC Rebirth have made sure to add Teen Titans groups to their universes.

Throughout it all, there have been some iconic – and not so iconic – members of the team of teenage warriors.

Death and Cause

Warren Appleby died on 18 July 2019 after a stunt test went tragically wrong. He has died at the age of 88.

No further details of the accident were released, but the show’s production in Toronto was put on hold for two days following the deadly incident involving the veteran special effects specialist Appleby, who had a 25-year career in TV and motion pictures.

TMZ and The Hollywood Reporter stated that Appleby was killed by a piece of metal that flew from a car that was being tested for a flipping stunt.

The producers passed on”our deepest condolences, and heartfelt love and support, to Warren’s family and friends at this most difficult time.”

Appleby worked on Guillermo del Toro’s effects-heavy “The Shape of Water,” which won a 2018 Oscar for best picture.


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