Darren Kent, known for his role in Game of Thrones, has passed away at the age of 36

Darren Kent, who was best known for his part in Game of Thrones, died at the age of 36 following a protracted battle with health problems.

Darren Kent

Darren Kent, who gained popularity for playing a Slavers Bay goatherd in the wildly successful television series Game of Thrones, has tragically passed unexpectedly at the age of 36. Last week, he passed away.

While the precise cause of Darren Kent’s death is still unknown, sources indicate that he fought osteoporosis, arthritis, and a rare skin condition in his early professional years, as reported by Metro.

His company, Carey Dodd Associates, posted a Facebook message announcing Kent’s passing.

“With profound sorrow, we share the news that our beloved friend and client, Darren Kent, peacefully left this world on Friday,” they said in a touching post. His parents and best friend were all around him. Our hearts and prayers are with his family during this challenging time.

Darren Kent

“Darren was a beacon of goodness, illuminating the lives of those who were fortunate enough to meet him, in addition to his enormous talents as an actor, director, and writer. A privilege and honour for me has been to share in his journey. Peace be with you, dear friend.

Darren Kent has been in a number of well-known shows over his career, including Eastenders and Snow White and the Huntsman. His journey brought him to work with famous Hollywood figures including Kristen Stewart, from the Twilight series, and Kiefer Sutherland. The prestigious Van D’Or Awards honoured Kent with the prestigious title of Best Actor for his remarkable performance in Sunnyboy.

A tsunami of sincere condolences started to arrive after his passing was confirmed, remembering the imprint he left on the entertainment industry.

The Mushroom Theatre Company posted their deep sorrow on the platform X that was once known as Twitter: “Deeply devastated by the demise of our patron, @darrenpaulkent. Our thoughts are with his family during this trying time.

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