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Jackass Star Ryan Dunn dead at 34
©According to MTV news, Ryan Dunn from MTV's "Jackass", was involved in a fatal car crash that took his life on Sunday night (June 19) in Pennsylvania. According to various sources, Dunn had been drinking right before the accident and what started as a fun night ended up turning into a tragedy for all of his family, friends, and fans. Rest In Peace Ryan!
Here is the OFFICIAL press release:
"According to TMZ, the accident occurred at 3 a.m. on Route 322 and New Street in West Goshen Township. While it's unknown who was driving at the time, an unidentified passenger also died in the crash. April Margera, the mother of Dunn's "Jackass" co-star Bam, broke the news to WMMR 93.3's "Preston and Steve" radio show.
©In the last photo Dunn posted to Twitter, he and two friends are seen drinking what may be alcoholic beverages. TMZ also reported that the car caught fire in the crash. A tow truck was later sent to the scene to remove the car. A photo obtained by an NBC affiliate in Pennsylvania, showed the wrecked car on the side of the road. As of press time, no further information was known about the accident.
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Dunn kicked off his career doing crazy stunts and skateboard tricks in a series of online videos, which eventually led to his part in MTV's "Jackass" in 2000. The daredevil was a key member of the crew, appearing in "Jackass" spin-offs like "Viva La Bam" and "Bam's Unholy Union," as Bam's sidekick and often acting as the voice of reason within the zany crew. Dunn's new show "Proving Ground," in which he and co-host Jessica Choban test out action sequences from TV, games and movies, premiered on G4 last Tuesday.
When MTV News sat down with the "Jackass" crew last year, they named Dunn's first stunt for the show as one of their favorites in 10 years of the TV show and movies. "I loved when [Bam Margera] made Ryan jump into the poo factory, the 'Poo Dive' I think we called it," creator Jeff Tremaine said. " 'Cause that was horrible, but the best part was ... revealing his tattoos that we didn't know about. That was the first time we ever met Ryan."
He appeared in all three "Jackass" flicks and even took a stab at Hollywood, with a role in non-"Jackass" projects like the Jessica Simpson flick "Blonde Ambition" and on the NBC procedural staple "Law & Oder: SVU."
This is what those who were close to Ryan Dunn had to say about this sad news:
"Today I lost my brother Ryan Dunn. My heart goes out to his family and his beloved Angie. RIP Ryan , I love you buddy." - Johnny Knoxville
"I feel like I lost a brother, Ryan Dunn was family and we are all deeply devastated." - Jeff Tremaine (Jackass Director)
"I have not been able to talk with Bam as he is in Arizona, but I cannot believe that his friend is dead. Ryan was a wonderful person he really was the sweetest and nicest guy - he was like my extra son, everybody loved him. He had a long-term girlfriend and she will be absolutely devastated - she has turned off her phone just now… I'm too upset to say anything else just now." - April Margera (Ban Margera's mother)
"I just lost my best friend, I have been crying hysterical for a full day. Millions of people are crying right now!" - Bam Margera
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"I'm very Sad and Shocked to hear about Ryan Dunn. My thoughts&Prayers are with his Family." - Benji Madden tweeted (Good Charlotte guitarist)
"Just heard the news that my friend and die-hard Life Of Agony fan, Ryan Dunn of Jackass died this morning. The world is a less funny place right now. This completely sucks." - Alan Robert (Life Of Agony)
Please, whenever you drink leave the car at home or give the keys to somebody else!


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