Kirk Baily, star of Nickelodeon’s Salute Your Shorts, dies at 59

We will always hold Kirk Baily in our hearts.

The Nickelodeon star, best known for his role as Kevin “Ug” Lee on the ’90s series Salute your shorts, died on February 28, his family confirmed to TMZ. Kirk, who was diagnosed with lung cancer six months ago, was 59.

For two seasons, Kirk played a camp counselor in the hit Nickelodeon comedy, which followed the lives of a group of young campers at the fictional summer camp, Camp Anawanna.

After Salute your shorts was not renewed for a third season, Kirk continued his acting elsewhere, making guest appearances on several other television shows such as 7th Sky, Blue NYPD, Melrose Square, Congratulations, Judging Amy and Star Trek: Voyager.

Kirk has also become a prolific voice actor for several animated films, video games, and television shows. He received voice-over credits for Trigun, cowboy bebop, Despicable Me 2, Hotel Transylvania, Frozen, The movie Spongebob Squarepants: The Sponge on the Run and much more.


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