'MythBusters' Host Grant Imahara Died From Brain Aneurysm
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In response to the devastating news, Adam Savage, Imahara's co-host on 'MythBusters', takes to his Twitter account to pay tribute to his late co-worker, saying that he's 'at a loss.'

AceShowbiz - "MythBusters" fans are mourning the death of host Grant Imahara. The TV personality and electrical engineer shocked friends and fans after it was revealed that he passed away suddenly due to a brain aneurysm. He was 49.

A representative for Discovery said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter on Monday, July 13, "We are heartbroken to hear this sad news about Grant. He was an important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family."

In response to the devastating news, Adam Savage, Imahara's co-host on "MythBusters", took to his Twitter account to pay tribute to his late co-worker. "I'm at a loss. No words. I've been part of two big families with Grant Imahara over the last 22 years. Grant was a truly brilliant engineer, artist and performer, but also just such a generous, easygoing, and gentle PERSON. Working with Grant was so much fun. I'll miss my friend," Savage wrote.

Adam Savage paid tribute to Grant Imahara

Adam Savage paid tribute to Grant Imahara

Also reacting to the devastating news was Kari Byron, who co-hosted with Imahara on "MythBusters" and Netflix's "White Rabbit Project". She wrote on the blue bird app that she wished she "had a time machine" alongside a picture of her with the late engineer at Lucasfilm’s THX and ILM divisions.

Kari Byron reacted to Imahara's death

Kari Byron reacted to Imahara's death.

Fans were equally sad over the news. "Thanks for being my robotics/Mythbusting inspiration since I was 8, taking time on twitter to congratulate me on joining the Mythbusters family or to just make me laugh," a fan said.

One other shared, "This hits me hard. I met him only once and thought he was terrific-but he really made Mythbusters for me and was one of the first Asian Americans both my kids regularly saw on screen. RIP Grant-you will be greatly missed."

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