Grant Imahara – Cause of Death, Age of Death, and Other Facts!

Grant Imahara died at age 49, not too shabby. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding reality star Grant Imahara's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Electrical engineer and television personality best recognized for his work on the Discovery Channel series Mythbusters. In 2016, he began starring in the Netflix original series White Rabbit Project alongside fellow Mythbusters alumni Tory Belleci and Kari Byron. He also worked for Lucasfilm, where he was an official operator of R2-D2, the famous robot from Star Wars.

He earned a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California.

He worked on the sets of The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.

How did Grant Imahara die?

Grant Imahara's death was caused by brain aneurysm.

Imahara died on July 13, 2020, at the age of 49, after suffering a ruptured, previously undiagnosed, intracranial aneurysm.

Information about the death of Grant Imahara
Cause of deathBrain Aneurysm
Age of death49 years
ProfessionReality Star
BirthdayOctober 23, 1970
Death dateJuly 13, 2020
Place of deathLos Angeles, California, United States
Place of burialN/A

Quotes

"In special effects, you can cheat to make it look good. In real science, you have to have results."

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"What you need to have is that link between your education and what you do. Make creativity part of the subject."

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"I liked the challenge of designing and building things, figuring out how something works and how to make it better or apply it in a different way."

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"Walking the streets of Porto and speaking with the top engineers at Veniam, I am struck by the passion that they bring to the world with their designs."

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"The general public perception is that fighting robots were popular, and then went away for a long time, but in reality, there have been live robot combat events happening continuously since 1994. And all the while, the robots have been getting better and meaner and tougher."

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