Stevie Lee, one of the most recognized and famous stars of the classic MTV channel show, Jackass has lost his life at the age of 54.
Stevie Lee's family released the unfortunate news of the star's departure from Jackass with a web page that they created in his honor and through which they have requested financial support for the funeral of the MTV actor.
The actor was called by many “Puppet The P5ycho Dw @ rf” (the psychopathic dwarf doll, in Spanish), he was also a wrestler, had appearances in American Horror Story and was also a member of the cast of the documentary film “Jackass 3D " in 2010.
Jackass 3D was based on the famous MTV show that made comical use of violence and violence, and on the movie "Oz: A Fantasy World."
Puppet has put smiles all over the world with his attitude and lifestyle so on the edge, he has shared the family with the actor's farewell message.
Jackass sent his condolences to Stevie Lee's family and friends via Twitter after the sad news was released.
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It is a great sadness to meet Stevie Lee's mu3rt3, better known as ‘Puppet The Ps5cho Dw @ rf’ at the beginning of Total Nonstop Action. We send our condolences to his friends and family.
One of his friends, Jacob Colyer started a campaign on GoFundMe with the purpose of raising funds for the famous funeral since "only his brother Jim was going to bear the expenses." "All donations will be given to Jim Richardson to cover the costs of his burial," he shared in the publication that his goal is to raise $ 5,000.
Jackass was one of the successful programs of MTV developed in the year 2000. Defined as a comedy series, the program showed its members doing quite a lot of p3l1grous and d0l0rous activities, all with the purpose of entertaining and making their followers laugh.
The concept for this program was born when Johnny Knoxville decided to test self-defense devices on himself, this for an article. This article was featured in various magazines but no one took it seriously, until it came to the hands of Jeff Tremaine of Bog Brother magazine.
Tremaine went further and encouraged Knoxville to record what he had written; the rest is history, the MTV proposal arrived and fame began there.
Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Preston Lacy, Jason "WeeMan" Acuña, Ryan Dunn, Dave England and Ehren McGhehey were the protagonists of the adventures, but in addition to them there were supporting actors and guests.
The end of Jackass came in 2002 after the premiere of the third season and Johnny Knoxville showed his discontent for it; He even shared that some episodes were censored.
But Jackass went much further and also hit theaters with: Jackass: The Movie, Jackass Number Two, Jackass 2.6, Jackass 3D, Jackass 3.5, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa and Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.5; as well as having his own video game.
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He videogame It was called Jackass The Game and it has a total of 35 minigames where you can select Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius and Ryan Dunn; but you can unlock more characters, costumes for the characters, videos of some chapters and more levels with the advancement of it.
Adventures range from jumping off a cliff, riding bumper cars in a 12-story building, playing golf with gr @ nadas and aiming to hit the windows of Bam Margera's house, doing a bouncy race on the roof of some 15-story buildings, dancing in your shorts in the middle of a store, riding an inflatable raft in the middle of a sewer with crocodiles until Johnny Knoxville is thrown with a paintball stick, while he is attached to a roulette wheel by arms and legs with only put on some panties going around.