Stevie Lee, known for “Jackass 3D” passes away at the age of 54

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Another death story popped up all over again and this time, it is none other than Stevie Lee. Stevie Lee, who has been a popular wrestler and a stuntman dies at the age of 54 years. The actor Stevie Lee was seen at the world premiere of “Oz The Great and Powerful” at El Captain Theatre in the Hollywood, California back on 13th of February, 2013. Stevie Lee was commonly known as “Puppet The Psycho Dwarf” and he was starred in the movie, “Jackass 3D.” He recently passed away at the age of 54 years. He died on Sunday morning and his death was definitely quite sudden. It was a heart attack, but thankfully he was surrounded by his friend and fellow wrestler Jacob “Turtle” Colyer.
Stevie Lee
Colyer has recently confirmed the media about Stevie’s death and he thus, went on saying that certainly, Stevie was one of the best persons he has ever met in his life. The best thing about this man was that he used to live in the moment. Lee made a good name in the wrestling circuit, and thankfully Colyer said that Lee had changed the sport of “Mindset Wrestling.” Talking about his contributions, Stevie Lee had founded a “Midget Wrestling” company, the Half Pint Brawlers that grew up to be a reality television show later on over Spike TV in the year 2010. Colyer added on to it by saying that Lee has always been like a big brother to everyone he met, and that was certainly something very amazing about this man. He was the kind of person who had the potential to cheer up even the saddest person. Colyer added on to it by saying, “When he walks in with that big ol’ smile on his face, the whole room brightens up,” “I’m gonna miss that about him.”

A little more about the personal life of Stevie Lee

Stevie Lee was actually born as Stevie Lee Richardson and he had made his wrestling debut back in the year 1992. He had been there on the independent circuit for a couple of years, and then the Tri-State Wrestling alliance, and then he went into the Eastern Championship wrestling. He came into the on-camera wrestling in the year 2002 NWA: Total Nonstop Action. Lee did come up on the TV screens eight years after hie joining into the NWA. His sudden demise has saddened a lot of his fans including several people who belong to the industry as well. This man has been an amazing personality and the best thing about him is the way he talks and the cheerful attitude that he holds! He is surely going to be missed by so many people and that is pretty clear from the social media posts and wishes, condolences that people all across the world have been writing on his regard for his soul, and his family too! Definitely, he shall be missed by all of us.

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