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Tony Rosato, The Cartoon Voice Of Luigi, Has Sadly Passed Away

Tony Rosato, the Canadian actor and comedian who provided the voice of Luigi in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World animated series, has sadly passed away. Rosato tragically died of a suspected heart attack at the age of 62. Our thoughts go out to his friends and family.


24 thoughts on “Tony Rosato, The Cartoon Voice Of Luigi, Has Sadly Passed Away”

    nothing will be without the cool voice to marries side kick luigi

  2. Despite of the Nintendo Switch Presentation in a few hours, this is a yet another tragic day for us Luigi (or should I say Mama Luigi) fans. This, Captain Lou Albano, and Danny Wells, are the most tragic losses in Mario cartoon fame we had in decades. May he rest in peace and have a great time doing it again in heaven with Jesus and God (not to also forget Mr. Hiroshi Yamauchi, and Mr. Satoru Iwata) by their side.

  3. We have lost two legendary voices of Luigi– Danny Wells (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show) and Tony Rosato (Captain N & The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World).

    Rest in Peace, Paisanos…

  4. Terrible news…

    I mostly only know of the toons from YouTube, but my favorite of Luigi’s lines was “Mario, wherever you are, HIIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLP!!”

    Here’s hoping you found a Magic Balloon to carry you to the next world, Mama Luigi.

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