Stevie Lee from 'Jackass 3D' Dead at the Age of 54

Rodolfo Vieira
Sep 12, 2020
04:53 P.M.
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Stevie Lee Richardson, the former professional wrestler known as Puppet The Psycho Dwarf in the ring, as recently passed away of unknown causes at the age of 54.


The tragic news was shared by his family through a GoFundMe page that Jacob "Turtle" Colyer, a friend and fellow wrestler, set up to help cover the cost of the funeral services.

According to Colyer, Lee drew his last breath on Wednesday, September 9, at his home and the GoFundMe was created to "give the Psycho Dwarf the best resting place possible."

Former wrestler Stevie Lee Richardson, known as Puppet The Psycho Dwarf in the ring, at a bar posing with an empty glass | Photo: Jacob Colyer via GoFundMe



Colyer recalled how much Lee was beloved by many, not only friends and family, but also a countless number of fans that adored him and cheered for him. He added:

"Puppet has put smiles on people's faces across the world with his hardcore attitude and lifestyle. He is a legend in the art of Midget Wrestling."


Aside from pleading people to donate what they can, Colyer also asked them to keep Lee's legacy alive by sharing the memories they have of him with everyone.

Lee passed exactly one month after James "Kamala" Harris



Following the 54-year-old's passing, Colyer described Lee as a big brother to everyone he met and someone who could "cheer up even the saddest person." He said:

"When he walks in with that big ol' smile on his face, the whole room brightens up. I'm gonna miss that about him."


It has been reported that Lee started his pro wrestling career on the pay-per-view series "NWA: Total Nonstop Action" back in 2002 before creating the Half-Pint Brawlers organization, which found its way to Spike TV in 2010.

The star also had quite a few successes on the big screen, starring as himself in Johnny Knoxville's "Jackass 3D" in 2010 and working alongside James Franco in "Oz: The Great and Powerful" in 2013.

"Jackass 3D" and "Oz: The Great and Powerful" actor Stevie Lee Richardson posing with a plate of foot at a Fiesta Mexicana restaurant | Photo: Jacob Colyer via GoFundMe



Lee passed exactly one month after James "Kamala" Harris, who died at the age of 70, having suffered from several health problems later in his life, such as diabetes.

His passing was remembered by WWE, where he fought wrestling legends such as Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant and The Undertaker during the World Wrestling Federation era.