You’ve seen the best in all of us and brought it out. You treated me like a family, you called me your little brother. It motivated and inspired us. Our bond and friendship for the past few years is something I will forever cherish. I love you Embed a Tweet I miss you, brother pic.twitter.com/URPRVRgPro
– Brian Olvera @ Home Studio (LiveStudioBrian) January 8, 2021
With permission from his wife, I post this video for you Embed a Tweet. Once I can gather my thoughts tomorrow I’ll record them when I’m not a mess. She’ll tell me to leave everything, but man, if I do, I’ll forever cry. Brother. I love you so much. pic.twitter.com/S8x7fEjiTD
Darrel JDelfin January 8, 2021
It’s so sad that I lost one of the most beautiful and tender voiceover talent. Embed a Tweet He was a man’s sweetheart and he will help you with anything you need. Ridiculously talented and a true treasure. RIP Brad. I will miss our conversations. # Voices # Voice
– Terry Daniel (@ voiceoversbytd) January 8, 2021
If you don’t know Embed a Tweet, You’re missing. He was nice to everyone he knew. I don’t think he gave himself the credit he deserved, but he was always there to support his colleagues, no matter what stage they were in their careers.
Erica Mendes (@tsunderica) January 8, 2021
Among many other parts, Venable played the familiar Griffon for V in Devil May Cry 5, as well as roleplaying in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold Wars, a remake of Demon’s Souls, and a Final Fantasy 7 remake. He also played Daz in the English dubbing for Attack on Titan and has played roles in My Hero Academia, Hunter x Hunter, and Dragon Ball Super.
IGN sends condolences to Venable’s family and friends.
Joe Scribbles is IGN’s Executive News Editor.