The cause of death has not been determined. The son of a newspaper editor, Jones was a prodigious horseman from infancy, having been billed at the age of four as the "World's Youngest Trick Rider and Trick Roper".

He was also best known as the voice of Speedy Cerviche in the anime show Saban's Samurai Pizza Cats, and the title character of Rotten Ralph,as well as the voice of Zag the monkey in the english dub version of the 1st 2 Jungledyret movies. His sister, Cheryl Marie, died in 2006. 590 Appearances of Richard Jones (Earth-616) Filters: ALL VERSIONS. Rick Jones Caricature (Mensour Agency) Richard "Rick" Jones is an American voice actor, voice director, and writer.

His sister, Cheryl Marie, died in 2006. Jones was born on February 25, 1927, in Snyder, some ninety miles south of Lubbock, Texas. Biography. Rick Jones Voice. Mickey Jones was born on June 10, 1941, in Houston, Texas, to Fred Edward Jones, a U.S. Navy officer, and Frances Marie (née Vieregge) Jones, a homemaker. Stefano Crescentini. Ultimate … During the testing of the gamma bomb, Rick was ironically playing That'll Be the Day. Rick Jones is an American voice actor best known for the voice of Sidekick and writer for The Raccoons.

He has more than thirty years of experience in the industry and has provided his voice to more than 200 characters. (2013 TV Show) Rick Jones Seth Green [Show Non-English Actors] [Hide Non-English Actors] Yoshiyuki Shimozuma. ALL; SHOWS (7) GAMES (1) SHORTS (1) NEW FEATURE - Click the Filter dropdown to view VAs grouped by reprisals. Trivia. Rick Jones has done some writing work for Marvel Comics where he wrote about some of his own adventures for them, as he is listed as the writer for Marvels Comics: Captain America #1. Incarnations On BTVA: 9 Versions from 9 Titles. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Jones, 87, died Monday night after a fall at home in Northridge, said his son, Rick Jones. "Rick Jones has penned a hair-raising thriller with a twist, and just the brand of action-packed, non-stop writing I enjoy best. Rick Jones (b. February 7 1937, London, Ontario), is a Canadian-born television presenter and musician, best known for his work in BBC children's television programmes during the 1970s. Links and References. The cause of death has not been determined.