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Samuel E. Wright, who delighted audiences voicing the beloved Sebastian the Crab in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” has died. He was 74.
Wright died peacefully in his sleep Monday evening at his residence in Walden, New York, his daughter Dee Kelly instructed The Hollywood Reporter. She stated his demise adopted a three-year battle with prostate most cancers.
“My stunning, robust, loving daddy is off to his subsequent journey,” Kelly wrote in a tribute on Fb. “My coronary heart has a lot to say however I am nonetheless processing the truth that the sunshine that was and is my daddy won’t be able to bodily be right here with me.”
“Please proceed to wrap us in love and please, please preserve speaking about my daddy,” she added. “Communicate his title at this time, inform his tales, make somebody smile by sharing one thing you realized from him. That’s what he would need. In the present day we rejoice Samuel E Wright, my daddy.”
Earlier than his efficiency in “The Little Mermaid,” Wright was an completed stage star, making his debut within the 1971 manufacturing of “Jesus Christ Famous person,” and had a lead position in “Pippin” on Broadway in 1972.
He earned his first Tony Award nomination in 1984 for his position in “The Faucet Dance Child.” In 1997, he started his run as Mufasa within the Broadway adaptation of “The Lion King.” He earned his second Tony nomination for this position in 1998.
As for his efficiency as Sebastian in 1989’s “The Little Mermaid,” Wright sang the Oscar-winning track “Underneath the Sea” — from composer Alan Menken and lyricist Howard Ashman — in addition to “Kiss the Lady,” with additionally earned an Oscar nom.
He would go on to voice Sebastian in “The Little Mermaid“ TV present, and the movie’s subsequent direct-to-DVD sequels – “The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea” in 2000 and “The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Starting” in 2008.
Amongst his many display credit, Wright gave a memorable efficiency as jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie in Clint Eastwood’s 1988 biopic “Fowl.”
The city of Montgomery, New York, paid tribute to Wright with a touching Fb submit. Wright was instrumental within the founding of the Hudson Valley Conservatory in Montgomery, and the city honored his reminiscence on Tuesday.
“In the present day, the City of Montgomery mourns the lack of Sam Wright. Pictured right here with City Supervisor Brian Maher and his brother Patrick in Walden within the early 1990’s. Sam was an inspiration to us all and alongside along with his household established the Hudson Valley Conservatory,” the submit shared. “Sam and his household have impacted numerous Hudson Valley youth at all times inspiring them to achieve greater and dig deeper to develop into the most effective model of themselves. On high of his ardour for the humanities and his love for his household, Sam was most recognized for strolling right into a room and easily offering PURE JOY to these he interacted with. He cherished to entertain, he cherished to make folks smile and snicker and he cherished to like.”
“The higher City of Montgomery Neighborhood mourns collectively at this time,” the submit concluded. “As we are saying goodbye to a pillar in our neighborhood and ask everybody to share a reminiscence and assist us rejoice the lifetime of this nice man.”
This story initially appeared in ETOnline. It contains further reporting by Brian Dakss.
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