Robert Downey Jr. Grieves 'Shocking' Death Of His Assistant Jimmy Rich
Robert Downey Jr. gave a passionate recognition Thursday to his long-lasting individual right hand Jimmy Rich, who kicked the bucket in an auto crash a day sooner.
Rich, who was 52, worked with the "Iron Man" star for almost twenty years and left an impact on numerous stars in the Marvel universe, Deadline noted.
Rich joined Downey on "The Singing Detective" in 2003 and would be his in the background "right hand man" in almost two-dozen films, Variety detailed.
Refering to the "awful and stunning misfortune," Downey composed on Instagram: "He was a sibling, my correct hand man, an uncle to our children and dearest by all who encountered his solitary character and mind. Our considerations go to his family members, companions, collaborators, and every one of the fans who knew him as the one who upheld each progression of my recuperation, life and profession.
"Once more, my sympathies to his excellent family, and the tradition of expectation and recovery his life will keep on addressing."
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Wonder additionally grieved Rich's passing on Twitter.
Find happiness in the hereafter, Jimmy. You have been a particularly incredible companion to us all at Marvel Studios for such countless years. Your affection and light were a motivation to everybody that knew you. We will miss you. pic.twitter.com/O45mKJA1gj—Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) May 6, 2021
Imprint Ruffalo (the Hulk), Josh Brolin (Thanos), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) and Gwyneth Paltrow (Pepper Potts) were among the Marvel entertainers to give sympathies on Downey's Instagram page.
Chris Evans (Captain America) composed a different post, saying Rich "had a permanent impact on everybody he met."
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