The coronavirus has left us without one of the most important voices of the dubbing. Salvador Vives died this past march 28 at the Hospital clinic of Barcelona as a result of the COVID-19. Has confirmed the sad news the Professional Association of Artists of the Dubbing of Barcelona. He was 78 years old.
Born in Barcelona, began his career in the dubbing in the 70’s and has been the voice usual of actors like Liam Neeson, Jeremy Irons or Jeff Bridges. It doubled both in Spanish and Catalan. He also worked as an actor in theater and television, and has been a presenter of ‘Lotto 6/49’ in TV3.
Lamentem report-vos de la mort de l actor Salvador Vives, to l’edat of 78 anys.
It’s going to be an actor of theatre, television i sobretot de doblatge, sent the veu usual Jeremy Irons.
L AADPC regrets the seva pèrdua i vol fer extensiu the condol als seus family i friends. pic.twitter.com/RbUKSkDnvn
? AADPC (@AADPC) March 28, 2020
You’ve heard in countless films and papers mythical. Folded to Jeremy Irons in ‘The merchant of Venice’, Liam Neeson in the trilogy of ‘The Dark Knight’, Jeff Goldblum in ‘Jurassic Park’, Michael Madsen in ‘Kill Bill’, to Alec Baldwin in ‘Infiltrators’, Jeff Daniels in ‘The hours’, Al Pacino in ‘Heat’. And he was the voice of Bobby Ewing in ‘Dallas’ on TV3.
His latest works
His last roles were as Obadiah at stane, the character of Jeff Bridges in Marvel, that was back in ‘Spider-Man: Far from home’, and as Jack Hock, as Jack Hock, the character of Richard E. Grant in ‘can You forgive me some day?’and as Wedge Antilles, the character of Denis Lawson in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’. A voice mythical.