Grant Imahara, one of the hosts of the hit TV series Mythbusters, has passed away at the age of 49.

Imahara, an electrical engineer and roboticist died of a brain aneurysm according to hollywoodreporter.com.

Joining Mythbusters in the show's third season, Imahara stayed on the show until 2014 when he left to start the White Rabbit Project on Netflix with two other former members of Mythbusters.

From hollywoodreporter.com -

"While part of the Mythbusters team, he sky-dived and drove stunt cars, on film sets he came into contact with some of the most iconic characters in screen history, installing lights onto Star Wars' R2-D2, creating the robot Geoff Peterson for The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson and working on the Energizer Bunny."