‘STAR Trip’ and ‘Commander Wonder’ Entertainer KENNETH MITCHELL DEAD AT 49

Kenneth Mitchell, known for his parts in ‘Star Journey’ and Wonder creations, has died, as affirmed by his loved ones. In an explanation shared on his Instagram account, his family reported his passing, recollecting that him as a skilled entertainer as well as a gave family man.

Mitchell struggled ALS for more than five years before his passing, with his family expressing that he moved toward every day as a gift notwithstanding the difficulties presented by his disease.

All through his profession, Mitchell showed up in different movies and TV series, including “Nancy Drew,” “The Space explorers Spouses Club,” “NCIS,” “Palace,” “Criminal Personalities,” and “Dark’s Life systems.”


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His leading edge job came in 2006 when he featured in the series “Jericho,” showing up in 27 out of 29 episodes north of two seasons.

All the more as of late, Mitchell wandered into sci-fi, depicting Tune Danvers’ dad Joe in the 2019 Wonder blockbuster “Skipper Wonder” and taking on numerous jobs in the Paramount+ unique series “Star Journey: Disclosure.”

Kenneth Mitchell is made due by his significant other Susan, kids Lilah and Kallum, guardians, kin, and a few nieces and nephews. The family has mentioned gifts to ALS research in his honor.

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