Jason Davis, Who Voiced Mikey Blumberg On Disney’s Recess, Dies At 35 – Jason Davis, a former child star and a voice actor on the Disney Channel show “Recess,” has died aged 35.
Jason Davis, Who Voiced Mikey Blumberg On Disney’s Recess, Dies At 35 | Jason Davis Cause Of Death:
The grandson of philanthropist Barbara Davis and former 20th Century Fox owner Martin Davis, Jason Davis, who was best known as the voice of Mikey Blumberg on Disney Channel’s animated series “Recess,” died suddenly on Sunday February 16 in Los Angeles at age 35.
Jason Davis’ mother, Nancy Davis Rickel, confirmed the sad news in a statement, “I am so heartbroken to share the saddest news of my life that my son Jason Davis passed away this morning in Los Angeles. Jason had a true heart of gold with such a zest for life. He was such a caring soul to everybody who ever knew him. He loved his friends and his family above all else. We ask for privacy as we take time to grieve this most devastating loss.”
Jason Davis Was Found Dead In His Los Angeles Home | Jason Davis’ Struggle With Addiction:
Jason Davis was found unresponsive in his Los Angeles home this weekend.
Jason Davis cause of death is currently unknown.
For years prior to his death, Jason Davis struggled with addiction and even appeared on the fourth season of VH1’s Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew in 2010 to deal with his addiction to heroin, OxyContin and Xanax.
On the reunion show, Jason Davis admitted he relapsed twice, but was finally sober. Davis was arrested on January 28, 2011 in Newport Beach, California for possession of a controlled substance, and was later charged with felony possession and being under the influence of narcotics.
Jason Davis voiced the character Mikey Blumberg on the Disney Channel animated series from 1997 to 2001.
Jason Davis was also known for the 1998 film “Rush Hour” and the 1997 film “Beverly Hills Ninja.”
Jason Davis also made appearances on “Roseanne” (1993–1995), “Dave’s World” (1994), “The Crude Oasis” (1995), “7th Heaven” (1997), “The Locusts” (1997), “Recess (1997–2001), “Breakfast with Einstein” (1998), “Mafia!” (1998), “Surface” (2005), “Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal” (2008), “Fallen Angel” (2013), “He Don’t Got Game” (2014), “The Bathroom Diaries” (2014).
The actor and popular socialite Jason Davis was the co-founder of Cure Addiction Now and for the past one-and-a-half years, he dedicated himself to the organization, which helps fund to explore new therapies for people suffering from substance abuse.
Jason Davis is survived by his mother, Jewish-American Nancy Davis, wine grower father Nebil Zarif, brothers Brandon Davis and Alexander Davis, and two half-sisters, Isabella and MariellaRickel, from his mom’s second marriage to Ken Rickel.
RIP Jason Davis (right).
Really sad to hear of his passing. For some reason I always felt a soul connection with this kid.
JUST TODAY I was chatting about him to hubby. pic.twitter.com/xDeTkJBww7
— Christine Devine (@DevineNews) February 17, 2020