latest news of hollywood Andrew Dunbar died

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Actor Andrew Dunbar, who worked in Game of Thrones, died at the age of 30. Andrew Dunbar, who became a body double for the character Théon Greyjoy, played by Alfie Allen in the most popular series ‘Game of Thrones’, has passed away. latest news of hollywood.

He died at his home in Belfast on Christmas Evening. After hearing the news of his death, his friends and people working together paid tribute to him. The Department of Extras, who worked with Andrew, posted a statement on social media about his death and said he would be ‘remembered by his soul’.

His friend and accompanying artist Andy McClay told “Everyone likes Andrew. There was something special in him. His presence brought joy to the people around him, people enjoyed working with him. “

He continued with his point, “I would say that most of us would have felt the same when we came on set, we wanted Andrew to be there, we would have found him. He was like a prison Was one who always kept everyone together.

We have a lot of fond memories of the years Andrew worked with us. He was so versatile that we could put him into anything, he was such a talented artist that he was always portrayed, and he loved it so much that he was requested by repeated productions.

latest news of hollywood. On Saturday, Alfie Allen – who portrayed Greyjoy – paid tribute to Dunbar via his Instagram story, writing, “Andrew Dunbar was an actor who was also a stand in as Theon on GOT. Extremely shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. To lose a loved one so young, I can only imagine what his family are going through. RIP Andrew xxx. “

Among the additional tributes, Game of Thrones crowd makeup artist Pamela Smyth told Belfast Live, “Even among the thousands of extras that came through the crowd room on Thrones – Andrew always stood out.”

According to Belfast Live, Dunbar’s funeral will take place on Monday at Ballywillan Presbyterian Church.

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To say we are shocked and saddened at the passing of Andrew Dunbar is an understatement. We have so many fond memories of the years Andrew worked with us. He was so versatile we could cast him in anything, he was such a talented performer he would always end up being featured, and he was so adored that he was always requested by productions again and again. He'll be remembered in his roles as a Stark and Theon Greyjoy's Double on Game of Thrones, a corrupt Police Officer on Line of Duty, the poor fella cornered by Colum on Derry Girls, and a Rebel on Krypton to name a few. But most of all he'll be remembered by his kind soul and infectious personality. Thank you for all you did for us Andrew. We will miss you dearly.

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Grahamsmith also wrote on his instagram :

Initially I wasn’t going to post anything but now I see the value in everyone sharing their thoughts on the loss of a good friend Andrew Dunbar, who died on Christmas Eve. It’s good and healthy for us to share our memories of him and to know we are not alone in our grief. I have found it comforting to read what everyone has been posting in the past few days.

For me, it really is simple. He made me smile, he made me laugh and he made me think. He was just so damn loveable. I saw him only a week ago and we hugged as he left. I’m grateful for that hug and I am grateful to have known him.

I am sorry for the people who are grieving tonight and sorry for the people who never got a chance to meet him. He was one of the good ones.

Look after each other. If you need help, please talk to someone. Anyone. You are never alone.

 

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Initially I wasn’t going to post anything but now I see the value in everyone sharing their thoughts on the loss of a good friend Andrew Dunbar, who died on Christmas Eve. It’s good and healthy for us to share our memories of him and to know we are not alone in our grief. I have found it comforting to read what everyone has been posting in the past few days. For me, it really is simple. He made me smile, he made me laugh and he made me think. He was just so damn loveable. I saw him only a week ago and we hugged as he left. I’m grateful for that hug and I am grateful to have known him. I am sorry for the people who are grieving tonight and sorry for the people who never got a chance to meet him. He was one of the good ones. Look after each other. If you need help, please talk to someone. Anyone. You are never alone.

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