According to his daughter, “Star Wars” actor Tom Kane conveys his voice to different characters in the iconic series, and he may no longer be able to narrate.
According to reports, 58-year-old Kane suffered a stroke two months ago. His daughter Sam revealed on a Facebook page on Wednesday that this made him “weak on the right side and damaged the speech center of the brain”.
Sam explained that her father is currently unable to “effectively communicate verbally, nor can he read or spell.”
He is still very capable, very capable, but now he can only say a few words,” she continued.
Jeremy Bulloch (Jeremy Bulloch), “Star Wars”
Kane said that he is currently receiving speech, occupational and physical therapy, and is currently receiving “excellent care” in Kansas City, and his daughter continued that he may not be able to continue his career in vocal performance in the future.
A social media post said: “Our neuroscientist warned us that he might no longer do voiceovers.”
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Despite the physical setbacks, Kane’s daughter confirmed that he “kept refreshed and his extreme stubbornness helped him to make verbal progress.”
The post also featured recent photos of Kane and his family, as well as a comedy photo of the actor standing next to the whiteboard, which read “Merry Christmas!”
According to reports, Kane became famous for his role as Jedi Masters Yeda and Admiral Yularen in the 2008 film “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” . He also played Admiral Akbar in “Star Wars Episode VII: The Last Jedi.”
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In addition, according to the actor’s IMDB page, this professional narrator (beginning at the age of 15) has also worked in “Archer”, “The Big Bang”, “The Powerpuff Girls”, “Halloween: Awakening”, “Thor: Thor” , “Robot Chick: Star Wars 3” and “Fortnite” video games.