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Donald Meyers’ Obituary Doesn’t Report his Cause of Death


We are so sorry to announce that Donald Meyers’ obituary has revealed that he sadly and unexpectedly passed away on September 6, 2021.

There isn’t any official report surrounding Donald Meyers’ cause of death. His family also has not revealed any statement on his death just yet.

Donald was born in Chicago, Illinois, the US, in 1935. He studied art and drama in city colleges in Chicago. Meyers worked at Playboy as an art director in the early ’60s.

Donald Meyers' Obituary Doesn't Report his Cause of Death

His early theater work included roles in productions such as Bell, Book & Candle, Grease, Diary of Anne Frank, and The Camino Real.

Meyers relocated to Little Rock as an art director and creative director with ad agencies that specialized in consumer advertising. He continued his career in advertising and studied acting after moving to California in 1980.

He lived in Memphis, Tennessee, with his longtime wife, Lydia. They tied the knot in 1980 and shared a son, Raymond, who resides in Frisco, TX, and a daughter, Lea, who lives in Anchorage, AK.

In recent years, Donald was active in the acting community and appeared in several films such as “The Conversion,” “Cigarette Girl,” “Walk The Line,” and “Nothing But The Truth.”

His production company, DRM Productions, specializes in videos, photography, films, and creative direction.

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Details of Donald Meyers’ Obituary

Donald Meyers’ obituary was released on September 6, 2021, but it did not reveal the actor’s cause of death. US day News is working to provide more information and collect the latest updates surrounding Christopher John Jackman’s death, so stay up with us.

His obituary did not contain information on Donald Meyers’s funeral plans. You should wait for the family to release a statement on that.

Donald studied Fine Art, Painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and studied Drama, stage play at Goodman School of Drama.

Donald Meyers' Obituary Doesn't Report his Cause of Death
Actor Donald Meyers passed away on Monday, September 6, 2021. RIP.

After the heartbreaking news of Donald Meyers‘ death was revealed, touching tributes and condolences are being shared across social media timelines over the death of Meyers.

Indie Memphis’ official Twitter account wrote: “We are saddened to learn of the passing of Memphis filmmaker, actor, and artist, Donald Meyers. And as we’re filled with grief, we too are moved by the immense outpouring of love and admiration being shared throughout the film community from the many who knew and worked with him.”

“Don is the man, and we extend our condolences to his closest friends, family, and collaborators. Tonight, we celebrate his career, talent, kindness, and unique, beautiful soul that will forever be represented within his films and art — and felt in our hearts,” they added.

Mark McLoaf wrote: “Here’s a short I worked on starring the late, great Donald Meyers. It was directed by Memphis film legend Mike McCarthy. The short pays homage to Memphis horror host Sivad. RIP, Don.”

“Memphis has lost one of our greats in the creative community, actor/painter/renaissance man Donald Meyers. He was in the first movie I ever edited. Generous, funny, and kind. We’ll miss you, Don. RIP. @vibrotronica profiled him last year,” a social media user wrote.

It is a difficult time for Meyers’ family and friends. Words cannot express our deep sorrow from the passing of the great actor, and we ask you all to keep Don, his family, his friends, and all of his loved ones in your thoughts through this agonizing time.

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