Ari Gold Bio, Wiki
Ari Gold was an American pop singer and songwriter. He was openly gay and regularly addressed both his being Jewish and gay, also starring in an autobiographical theater production Ari Gold – Untitled: The Making of a Gay Pop Star. On February 14, 2021, it was reported that Ari Gold had died aged 47.
Ari Gold Career
Ari released seven albums during his career which began in the 2000s. He is best known for Where the Music Takes You, which featured Sasha Allen, and Wave of You which was released in 2004. His music was featured in NBC’s Scrubs and ABC’s Cougar Town, and he voiced cartoons in Jem and the Holograms and Cabbage Patch Kids.
Gold landed his first job as a professional singer and actor by performing the lead role on the CBS Children’s recording Pot Belly Bear: Song and Stories. The album went platinum and led to his successful career as a child vocalist. He sang over 400 jingles, provide various voices for Cabbage Patch Kids, and cult favorite Jem providing vocals for the song “A Father Should Be…” by Starlight Girl Ba Nee which appeared in the episodes The Jem Jam Part 1 and the final episode A Father Should Be…. He also performed back-up vocals for Diana Ross.
Ari Gold Death & Cause
Ari Gold passed away on February 14, 2021, at the age of 47. He died after a long battle with leukaemia.
RuPaul tweeted: “Lovely, Gentle Man @SirAriGold, until we meet again, dear friend. @SirAriGold Love always, Ru.”
— RuPaul (@RuPaul) February 12, 2021
Laverne Cox shared a montage in honor of the NYU grad, whom she’s known since the nineties. “So many people have come and gone from my life over the past 25 years but you have been a constant,” the 48-year-old transgender trailblazer wrote via Instagram.