Dogs Most Wanted Star David Robinson Dies At 50!

Dogs Most Wanted Star David Robinson Dies At 50!

David Robinson, who starred in “Dog’s Most Wanted” alongside Duane “Dog” Chapman on WGN America, passed away at 50.

In a statement issued to TODAY.com on December 1, Chapman, 69, also known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” stated, “I am surprised and grieved by the unexpected death of David Robinson, my dear friend, and right-hand man. “Until next time, brother.”

On December 1, TMZ initially broke the news of Robinson’s death. Robinson’s wife, Brooke, released a statement saying, “David was in excellent condition and was on a work call in our dining room when he fell. Attempts were made to save the patient’s life, and paramedics were called. David died in my arms.”

She said, “We request time and space to grieve for the deceased husband, father, brother, and friend.”

Rainy, the ex-wife, Robinson, offered an Instagram homage to her former hubby.

She published a photo of Robinson with a text that contained his birthday, the date of his death (November 30), and the hashtag “#Fast156.”

 

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In an interview with People, Rainy Robinson, who co-starred in “Dog’s Most Wanted,” discussed the death of her ex-husband.

She told the publication, “It’s disappointing.” Due to his young age, an autopsy will be performed. He just turned 50.”

She continued, “His wit was unparalleled. A kind-hearted individual. A lovely person.”

The reason for death has not been made public.

David Robinson was referred to as Chapman’s “right-hand man” on “Dog’s Most Wanted,” a spin-off of the 2004-2012 A&E series “Dog the Bounty Hunter.”

In 2019, “Dog’s Most Wanted” aired only one season. Chapman’s pursuit of fugitives was the focus of the new show.

FAQs:

Q.1. What caused David Robinson’s passing?

Although the cause was unconfirmed, reliable sources asserted that David suffered a heart attack or stroke.

Q. 2. When did Dog’s Most Wanted initially air?

The program aired on WGN American on September 4 and November 6, 2019.

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