Game of Thrones actress's death 30 years old

The 30-year-old british actor Andrew Dunbar, is found dead in his home in Belfast in northern Ireland, on the christmas eve. Andrew Dunbar was best known for hi

Game of Thrones actress's death 30 years old

The 30-year-old british actor Andrew Dunbar, is found dead in his home in Belfast in northern Ireland, on the christmas eve. Andrew Dunbar was best known for hi

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
03 January 2020 Friday 11:00
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Game of Thrones actress's death 30 years old

The 30-year-old british actor Andrew Dunbar, is found dead in his home in Belfast in northern Ireland, on the christmas eve. Andrew Dunbar was best known for his involvement in the giant of the HBO tv series 'Game of Thrones', where he was a stand-in for one of hovedkaraktererne Theon Greyjoy, played by actor Alfie Allen. But he also starred in various supporting roles as a warrior in the great HBO series.

Andrew Dunbar has also appeared in the northern irish sitcom 'the Derry Girls' and the BBC series 'Line of Duty'.

It writes several media outlets, including the Hollywood Reporter, Belfast Live and Independent.

Statist-the organization The Extras Dept has also on Instagram written obituary on Andrew Dunbar:

'It is an understatement to say that we're shocked and crushed by grief over Andrew Dunbar's death. We have so many good memories associated with the years, Andrew has worked with us. He was so versatile, that you could cast him for almost all the roles. He was very talented. He will be remembered for his role as stand-in for Theon Greyjoy in 'Game of Thrones', as the corrupt chief of police in the Line of Duty, as the poor guy who is being backed into a corner of the Colum in the 'Derry Girls' and as a rebel in 'Krypton'. But most of all he will be remembered for his loving nature. You will be greatly missed'.

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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, two 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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the Actor Alfie Allen, who plays the character Theon Greyjoy in 'Game of Thrones', is also shocked by the death. He writes the following on Instagram:

'Andrew was an actor, who was also a stand-in for Theon on 'Game of Thrones'. I am extremely shocked and in deep sorrow to hear of his death. To lose someone you love at such a young age. RIP Andrew'.

In connection with the news of Andrew Dunbar's sudden death on christmas eve has several media committed an error in to use a picture of his american colleague with the same name, Andrew Dunbar, known for films such as 'Arrow', 'Dragged Across Concrete' and the Netflix series 'Travellers'.

He placed, therefore, without a look out on Instagram, where he drew attention to the fact that he in no way is death. American Andrew Dunbar wrote the following:

'I have it good. It is very strange that I have to write this. But since I have gotten so many messages about my own death, then I'm going to have it. It is not true. Because of some lazy journalists, who have mistaken my picture with his name, so I am now mixed into his tragic death. I just want to create order in the here the story. And I send my condolences to his family and friends'.

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I'm fine. Yes, It's weird that I have to post this but I've been getting lots of messages today about me being dead. Clearly this is not true, but because of some lazy journalism in my photo has been associated with the passing of a man who shares my name. I just wanted to clear up any confusion and give my condolences to his family and friends.

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Updated: 03.01.2020 11:00
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