Canadian actors who deceased at age 48

Here are 2 famous actors from Canada died at 48:

Bradley Lavelle

Bradley Lavelle (March 31, 1958 Toronto-March 22, 2007 London) also known as Bradley Savelle, Brad Lavelle, Richard Bradley Lavelle, Richard Bradley "Ivan" Lavelle or Bradley Lavell was a Canadian actor and voice actor.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

Lavelle began his career as an actor in the 1980s with small roles in TV shows and films in Canada. He later moved to England where he gained more recognition for his roles in popular British TV series such as "The Bill", "EastEnders" and "Holby City".

Aside from his on-screen work, Lavelle was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to various animated series and video games. He provided the voice of characters in popular franchises such as "Power Rangers", "Lego", and "Star Wars".

Lavelle was known for his versatility and range as an actor, often playing both comedic and dramatic roles. He was highly regarded by his peers for his professionalism and dedication to his craft.

Following his untimely passing, Lavelle was remembered by his colleagues and fans as a talented actor and a kind and generous person.

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Paul O'Sullivan

Paul O'Sullivan (April 4, 1964 Canada-May 18, 2012 Peterborough) also known as Skippy's Rangers was a Canadian actor, television director, screenwriter and voice actor.

He died as a result of traffic collision.

O'Sullivan began his career as an actor in various Canadian television shows and films such as "The Rez" and "The Jane Show". He also lent his voice to many animated series including "The Adventures of Paddington Bear" and "Franklin". In addition to his work on screen, O'Sullivan also directed episodes of the popular Canadian TV series "Degrassi: The Next Generation". He was a respected member of the Canadian entertainment industry and his death was mourned by many of his colleagues and fans. O'Sullivan was 48 years old at the time of his passing.

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