‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Performer Killed in Skydiving Accident

Jul 11, 2017  •  Post A Comment

A TV voice actor who was a part of AMC’s hit series “Fear the Walking Dead” was killed Saturday in a skydiving accident in Texas. KTRK-TV reports that Randy Schell died in the accident at Skydive Spaceland Houston when Schell and another skydiver collided in mid-air during a group dive.

Both jumpers reportedly deployed their parachutes normally, but then collided soon afterward. The other skydiver was treated for a leg injury.

Schell, an experienced skydiver, had a long portfolio of voice work that included narrating almost 500 episodes of “Judge Alex” from 2005-2013. He was recently heard as the voice of promos for “Fear the Walking Dead.”

He also narrated the TV show “Life in Pieces” and was the announcer for “American Restoration.” Schell’s voice is also heard in commercials for major brands including McDonald’s, Geico, Coca-Cola and 20th Century Fox.

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