Marvin Lee Eddy, the famous American rock singer and actor better known as Mitt Luff, has passed away at the age of 74.
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“Unfortunately, we have to announce the bitter news, and Mittlof died tonight while Deborah, his wife, was with him. We know how much he valued you and you loved him, and we truly appreciate all your love and support during this time of sorrow. “He was a really inspiring and lovable artist.”
Mittlof is best known as a rock and metal singer who has sold more than 100 million of his albums worldwide. He was born in Dallas, Texas on September 27, 1947, and his real name is Marvin Lee Eddy. Mitt Luff released the album Bat Out of Hell in 1977, which was a huge success and made him famous. He later released two more albums with the same name, which he later titled Bat Out of Hell Trilogy.
In 2017, the musical Bat Out of Hell: The Musical was performed at the Manchester Opera House, and we witnessed the repetition of this musical theater in 2019. Mitt Luff also has an acting career, most notably in Fight Club, directed by David Fincher. He has also starred in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Wayne’s World, Formula 51, The Mighty and Ghost Wars.
Mitt Luff was highly talented in dramatic performances with heavy metal music, and in 1993 he received much acclaim for his music video for I’ll Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That). The song earned him a Grammy Award for Best Solo Rock.