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Randy Tillim's death confirmed by Savage Garage family at age 51

Amber Peake April 17, 2022
Randy Tillim's death confirmed by Savage Garage family at age 51

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Automotive YouTuber and online personality Randy Tillim has passed away, with his death confirmed in a statement on social media.

Randy was a familiar face in the online automotive scene on YouTube for his channel, Savage Garage.

Following the sad news of Randy Tillim’s death, fans and those who knew him in the supercar community are honouring Randy’s legacy and remembering his love of cars.

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Savage Garage confirms Randy Tillim’s death

In a statement on Savage Garage Facebook and Instagram on Saturday (16 April), it was announced Randy Tillim had sadly died.

In the post, it was confirmed Randy had passed away on Friday. A cause of death has yet to be released.

Addressing Savage Garage fans, the statement began: “It’s with the utmost sadness, and unimaginable grief, that we must inform you that Randy ‘Savage’ Tillim passed away last night, Friday, April 15th.”

As revealed by a birthday post on his Instagram, Randy was 51 years old and set to celebrate his 52nd birthday this summer, in August.

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Who was Randy Tillim?

Randy ‘Savage’ Tillim was a supercar owner, entrepreneur and YouTube personality best known in the automotive community for his channel Savage Garage.

The Savage Garage YouTube channel, which launched in 2019, saw Randy alongside other well-known figures and people in the automotive scene as they bonded over their love of super and exotic cars.

After three years, the Savage Garage channel built a loyal following of 623,000 subscribers and amassed a total of more than 85 million views.

Away from YouTube, Dexerto reports Randy owned several businesses and was also chief executive of Clarus Merchant Services.

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Supercar community mourns YouTube personality

As news of Savage Garage YouTuber Randy Tillim’s death broke across the automotive online scene, fans shared tributes on Twitter:

One fan wrote: “RIP Randy ‘Savage’ Tillim from Savage Garage. You will be missed. My heart goes out to his family and his Savage Garage family.”

Other Twitter users joined in with posts of their own:

The personality’s Instagram was also flooded with tributes as those who worked with him reflected on how Randy was an “inspirational figure”:

We send our condolences to Randy Tillim’s family and friends at this difficult time.

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Amber is an entertainment journalist with a love for anything showbiz, celeb or reality TV. After graduating with a degree in Journalism at Brunel University she became a Showbiz Reporter at Express.co.uk. Having written for both HITC and The Focus, Amber is now a staff writer for The Focus covering the latest celeb and entertainment trends.