Ralph Ahn took his last breathe on February 26
‘Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace’ and ‘New Girl’ credited Ralph Ahn passed away on February 26. His fan-favourite role of Tran, friendly neighbour in American sitcom ‘New Girl’ earned lots of fame.
He was the top in the acclaimed actor list who contributed in a lot of blockbuster tv series including 1996’s ‘Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace’; ‘Amityville: A New Generation’ as well as ‘Come the Morning’ of 1993; ‘The Perfect Weapon’, ‘Let It Rise’, ‘Younger and Younger’ and 1995’s ‘Panther’.
In addition, his Korean ancestors are well respected in America. As the son of notable Korean freedom fighter personality Dosan Ahn Chang-ho, he was also famous in politics sphere. Moreover, he fought against Japanese army by joining the US Navy in 1944 during Second World War. They were the first of few Korean Americans to do so.
Ralph Ahn’s incredible words
‘Confessions of An Opium Eater’ debuted actor Ralph Ahn almost lived 65 years of his life in Entertainment Industry. Some of his incredible series are ‘China Smith’, ‘Terry and the Pirates’, ’21 Beacon Street’, ‘ER’, ‘Gilmore Girls’, ‘The Shield’, ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ and many more. In addition, he too worked fabulous on big screen including Red Guard portrayal in Prisoner of War; Robert Harmon’s Eyes of an Angel as a liquor store clerk; in Life Stinks of Mel Brooks, he played role of a cook and others.
However, his portrayal of Tran always make heart flutter. The friendly grandfather like character with wise two-liner dialogues made him stand in another level high in his career. In addition, in Zooey Deschanel’s ‘New Girl’, the protagonist actor Jake Johnson as Nick Miller also considered him as his “magical best friend” for his wise advises. Even with the short seven episodes with few lines, it made him the most popular character in series. His phenomenal acting just blew everyone’s head.
Co-stars’ Heartfelt gratitude
Ahn’s co-lead in ‘New Girl’ Jake Johnson honored him by expressing his heartfelt gratitude. He too showed how much he desired to work with him again. Yet, he couldn’t get one. Following, ‘Elf’ credited Zooey Deschanel commented ‘Noooooo’ with a crying emoji on Johnson’s emotional post. In addition, ‘Woke’ alum Lamorne Morris also worked with him in the series ‘New Girl’ posted scenes of series shared with him captioned with a heart-jerking statement. Moreover, he appreciated his work in the series as well as his phenomenal acting career.