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Birth Name: Norman Neale Williams II
Born: June 15, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Died: January 6, 2011 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Cause of Death: Heart Failure
was fortunate to have met Aron Kincaid once, on April 2, 2009. I
enjoyed Aron. He was a funny guy, and talented. However,
there was a sadness about him. Aron was going through some health
and personal issues at the time. I was going through some dark
times at the time. I would like to have seen him again when we
were both in better spirits.
Aron had fond memories of his acting work, and
certainly appreciated his fans. He made his disenchantment with
Hollywood, 1980s-onward, very plain. Aron wasn't a great fan of
explicit sex and violence in film and television, and didn't really
want anything to do with those kinds of projects. For about the
last decade of his acting career, he was primarily a voiceover artist
in TV cartoons. Aron's best-known voicework is for the Killer
Croc character in "Batman: The Animated Series" and Sky Linx in
"Transformers". He did a lot of cartoons, and admitted that a lot
of times he didn't even know for what he was reading. Killer Croc
seemed to be Aron's immediate favorite voice. It was a cartoon
character with depth that he could really get into. His favorite
Killer Croc dialogue concerned an attempt on killing Batman: "I threw a
rock at him" he said, in a gravelly voice. Aron liked Sky Linx
mainly because he could put on an English accent.
For the last nearly-two-decades of his life, Aron
concentrated solely on his art, under the name N.N. Williams II.
He was a very good artist, and had a focus on classic Hollywood and
landscapes. When I met with him, he discussed in length a
portrait he was doing of actress Maureen O'Hara.
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