'Star Trek' and 'Marvel' actor Kenneth Mitchell dies at 49


'Star Trek' and 'Marvel' actor Kenneth Mitchell dies at 49

Actor Kenneth Mitchell, who appeared in “Star Trek: Discovery” and Marvel's “Captain Marvel” series, has died, his family announced in a statement shared on their verified social media on Sunday. He was 49 years old. “With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Kenneth Alexander Mitchell, beloved father, husband, brother, uncle, son and dear friend,” the family's statement said. Michelle was diagnosed with ALS in 2018. He and his family have shared periodic updates about his health in recent years. In August, Michelle commemorated the fifth anniversary of her diagnosis in a post on Instagram. “My brother humorously mentioned that they don't really have any happy ALS anniversary cards in the store. However, I want to celebrate today; the gift of life. I am so grateful that this day came to me. It's been 5 years. . Lost so much, gained so much. Incredibly difficult times, mixed with so many blessings,” Michelle wrote at the time. “At the center of it all are the friends and family, the caregivers and doctors who came to my Coming to help the family. Giving lots of support and love and care and encouragement. There is great beauty in it. This disease is absolutely terrible…yet despite all the hardships, there is so much to be grateful for.” Video above: Remembering those we have lost in 2024. Canadian native Michelle Amassed over 50 film and television credits during his tenure. Acting Career. He played Carol Danvers' father in Marvel's 2019 film “Captain Marvel” and an Olympic hopeful in the 2004 hockey film “Miracle.” Michelle Appeared in dozens of TV series, including “Jericho,” “The Astronaut Wives Club” and “Switched at Birth.” He is survived by his wife and two young children.

Actor Kenneth Mitchell, who appeared in “Star Trek: Discovery” and Marvel's “Captain Marvel” series, has died, his family announced Sunday in a statement shared on his verified social media.

He was 49 years old.

“With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Kenneth Alexander Mitchell, beloved father, husband, brother, uncle, son and dear friend,” the family's statement said.

Michelle was diagnosed with ALS in 2018. He and his family had shared updates from time to time about his health in recent years. In August, Michelle commemorated the fifth anniversary of her diagnosis in a post on Instagram.

“My brother humorously pointed out that he doesn't really have any happy ALS anniversary cards in the store. However, I want to celebrate today; the gift of life. I am so grateful to have this day in front of me. It has. Long 5 years. Lost a lot, gained a lot. Incredibly difficult time, mixed with so many blessings,” Michelle wrote at the time. “At the center of it all are friends and family, caregivers and doctors who -The bar is coming to help my family. Giving lots of support and love and care and encouragement. There is great beauty in it. “This disease is absolutely terrifying…yet despite all the suffering, there is so much to be grateful for.”

Video above: Remembering those we lost in 2024

A native of Canada, Mitchell amassed over 50 film and television credits during his acting career. He played Carol Danvers' father in Marvel's 2019 “Captain Marvel” and played an Olympic hopeful in the 2004 hockey film “Miracle.” Michelle appeared in dozens of TV series, including “Jericho,” “The Astronaut Wives Club” and “Switched at Birth.”

He is survived by his wife and two small children.




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