Rest In Peace: ‘Doctor Who’ Actor Stephen Moore Passed Away At 81 After A Long And Fulfilling Career

Date October 14, 2019

Stephen Moore is a legendary actor who is famous for his numerous works on British television since the 1970s.

He played the voice of Marvin both on the radio and television series. He also starred in a few minor roles in radio shows such as 'The Man in The Shack,' and 'Gag Halfrunt.'

Stephen, however, rose to prominence for his roles in the 'Hitchhiker's Guide to Galaxy' television and radio series. He also starred as Silurian Elsane in the 'Doctor Who.'

Goodbye to a legend

On Saturday, the world lost the talent of Stephen Moore.

His death was confirmed by producer Dirk Maggs who shared the devastating news via a statement on Twitter.

He wrote:

"Our dear friend Stephen Moore has died. A fine actor, a lovely man, and the original and most iconic voice of Marvin The Paranoid Android in The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy. Our thoughts are with his family, and our memories of him will always make us smile. RIP Stephen."

The cause of his death was, however, not revealed. Moore retired one 2018 and had been married four times. He passed away at the age of 81.

Condolences from fans pour in

Moore was an undeniable bundle of talent in the world of voiceovers. He will be missed dearly, and his works will be forever etched in our memories. Our prayers are with his loved ones during this trying period.