Did Billy Mays die on an airplane?
Infomercial superstar Billy Mays, the hawker of such made-for-TV products as Orange Glo and OxiClean, has died. His sudden death occurred a day after his flight on a US Airways plane that hit the runway hard upon landing and blew out a tire.
Did the Flex Seal guy die?
Mays and his business partner, Anthony Sullivan, were also featured on PitchMen, a Discovery Channel television series that documented their work.
|Died||June 28, 2009 (aged 50) Tampa, Florida, U.S.|
|Resting place||Mount Calvary Cemetery, McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Other names||King of the Pitch|
What was Billy Mays net worth at death?
Billy Mays had a net worth of $10 million dollars a the time of his death in 2009.
Who was the original OxiClean guy?
Billy Mays, a beloved and parodied pitchman who became a pop-culture figure through his commercials for cleaning products like Orange Glo, OxiClean and Kaboom, died Sunday at his home in Tampa, Fla. He was 50.
Did Billy Mays say but wait there’s more?
Billy Mays, the shoutingest infomercial pitchman to ever bellow “But wait, there’s more!,” died Sunday aged 50. A blogger fan of the Arizona Diamondbacks lamented his death only because it meant that Mays could never do a promo for the ailing team.
How did the OxiClean man die?
“Mays died from a lethal arrhythmia of the heart caused by hypertensive and arteriosclerotic heart disease,” the county said in a statement attributed to Dr. Leszek Chrostowski, the associate medical examiner who conducted the autopsy.