Stevie Lee, who wrestled as Puppet the Psycho Dwarf and gave the impression in Johnny Knoxville’s 2010 movie Jackass three-D, has died on the age of 54. Lee died this previous Wednesday in his house, in step with a GoFundMe web page set as much as lend a hand duvet his funeral prices.
The crowdfunding web page additionally features a observation from Lee’s circle of relatives, which reads partially: “He was once liked by means of many and has many pals that have been circle of relatives, enthusiasts that adored him, however best his brother Jim left to deal with ultimate preparations… Puppet has put smiles on other folks’s faces the world over along with his hardcore perspective and way of life.”
It’s with nice disappointment that we be informed of the passing of Stevie Lee, higher referred to as “Puppet The Psycho Dwarf” within the early days of TNA. We ship our private condolences to his family and friends. %.twitter.com/tdVdCFkNCJ
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) September 10, 2020
Lee, born Stevie Lee Richardson, made his wrestling debut in 1992 and after years at the unbiased circuit, the Tri-State Wrestling Alliance, and the Jap Championship Wrestling, he made the bounce to on-camera wrestling in 2002’s NWA: General Nonstop Motion. 8 years later, Lee erupted onto TV displays around the nation with Spike TV’s fact sequence Part Pint Brawlers, and in addition the large display with Jackass three-D.
RIP Stevie Lee aka Puppet the Psycho Dwarf. I’ll by no means omit the loopy excursion of the United Kingdom we shared and the joys all of us had. Godspeed my buddy.
— Frankie Kazarian (@FrankieKazarian) September 11, 2020
In 2013, Richardson took an additional big name flip, enjoying the function of Munchkin in 2013’s Ouncesthe Nice and Tough. He additionally gave the impression in an episode of American Horror Tale: Freak Display the next 12 months.
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