Read the Moving Tributes to MythBusters Host Grant Imahara

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Grant Imahara, the electrical engineer and roboticist who was also co-host of the popular show MythBusters, has passed away at the age of 49 from a brain aneurysm. Imahara joined MythBusters during season three in 2005, and he was on show until 2014 when he left with co-hosts Kari Byron and Tory Belleci, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The three later reunited in 2016 for Netflix’s White Rabbit Project, where they investigated topics such as jailbreaks, heists, and World War II weapons.

Imahara’s sudden death has saddened his fans and colleagues, and many have shared their memories of him online.

The official MythBusters account posted in remembrance of Imahara:

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MythBusters co-host Adam Savage said he was at a loss:

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MythBusters co-host Kari Byron shared some photos of her with Imahara:

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MythBusters daredevil Tory Belleci said he was heartbroken:

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Tech expert Juan Carlos Bagnell wrote that he was “privileged to work with Grant”:

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Voice over actor Matthew Mercer shared a series of tweets where he said that Imahara was “made of pure love, light, and kindness”:

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Michael Aiello, Senior Director of Universal Creative, shared that he was totally gutted at the news:

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Actress and host Whitney Moore spoke about Imahara’s kind spirit:

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Now This News posted a video of Imahara with the animatronic Baby Yoda that he created:

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Cosplayer and author Yaya Han called Imahara “kindness personified”:

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Voice actress Laura Bailey said that while she didn’t know Imahara personality, she knows that he will “leave behind a legacy of kindness and generosity”:

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Grant Wilson, paranormal investigator and Executive Producer of Ghost Hunters, spoke about Imahara’s personality:

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Temi Adebowale is the Editorial Assistant at Men’s Health.

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