Barry Scott, longtime voice of TNA/Impact Wrestling has passed away. He was known for his naration of videos within Impact Wrestling and the NBA, as well as voiceover work for NHL and NFL. He was 65 years old, and no cause of death has been named.
Scott hosted “The Lost 45s” radio show since 1981 and has been on various music shows through the years, such as Behind The Music. He did some acting in the early 90s, appearing in The Magnificent Seven, In The Heat Of The Night. He was also an antagonis in Ernest Goes To Jail and Ernest Scared Stupid.
Scott was also a playwright. He wrote, produced, directed, and starred in Lise’s Story, and founded the American Negro Playwright Theatre in 1992. He also created a piece called Ain’t Got Long to Stay Here, paying tribute to the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
QD – Our thoughts go out to Scott’s family, friends, and fans.