Grant Imahara dies at the age of 49: Grant Masaru Imahara was an American electrical engineer, robotics, and a television host. He is very popularly known for his work on the television show Mythbusters. He has built several robots that were required in the show, and he also operated many computers and has also made a bunch of tests to bust the myths around them.
His loss has been a challenging piece of news for many viewers of his show and the discovery channel team. In an interview, Discovery said, “We are heartbroken to hear this sad news about Grant, He was an important part of our Discovery family and a wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.” According to a Hollywood reporter, Grant Imahara died because of a brain aneurysm.
After his career in Lucasfilm’s THX and ILM divisions, he joined the Mythbuster show in the third season, and he later left the show in the year 2014.
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This show was Co-hosted by Kari Byron and Tory Belleci, and this trio was loved by all of the fans of the show. Later the trio also came together Netflix’s White Rabbit Project in 2016. Grant Imahahra was also very active in the robot community. He regularly appeared on the BattleBots in the early 2000s with his robot Deadblow, and he also returned to the same show as a judge. In the year 2018, Grant Imahara hosted a show Home of the future, a web series that was co-produced by The Verge and Curbed.
His co-host hosts have expressed their feelings through Twitter, his former co-host, Adam Savage said in a Twitter post, “I’m at a loss, No words. I’ve been part of two big families with Grant Imahara over the last 22 years. Grant Imahara was a truly brilliant engineer, artist, and performer and just such a generous, easygoing, and gentle person. Working with Grant was so much fun. I’ll miss my friend.”
After working with Grant Imahara for almost 22 years, we can surely understand his loss, losing him suddenly would be hearting. So will all the viewers and audience of his show and people interested in science and robotics will dearly miss him. Kari Byron also mentioned in for her tweets saying if she had a time machine.
I’m at a loss. No words. I’ve been part of two big families with Grant Imahara over the last 22 years. Grant was a truly brilliant engineer, artist and performer, but also just such a generous, easygoing, and gentle PERSON. Working with Grant was so much fun. I’ll miss my friend.
To their tweets, many people have replied, expressing how sad the year 2020 is turning to be and what a loss they are feeling for themselves. Grant Imahara was dearly loved and will surely be missed by a lot of people. We wish his friends and family strength in these unfortunate times, and may his soul rest in peace!