LOS ANGELES, Dec. 29 Andrew Dunbar has been cast as a stand-in for actor Alfie Allen in “Game of Thrones”. He is in his 30s.
The Wrap reports that an extra Dunbar has died in the HBO series of sudden deaths at his home in Belfast, Ireland, during Christmas. The cause of death was not disclosed.
Allen, who plays Theon Greyjoy in “GOT”, mourned Dunbar’s death on his Instagram story on Saturday.
The sudden death of Game of Thrones star Andrew Dunbar is not considered suspicious by police. The actor, who played Alfie Allen’s The Throne Grace stunt double in the HBO fantasy series, died at his home in Belfast on Christmas Eve.
According to the Mail Online, a police spokesman said the force attended the scene and believed the death was not suspicious.
The post-mortem was also held to determine the cause of Andrew’s death, the publication said. After Alfie’s death, Alfie broke his silence and shared the sacred tribute on Instagram.
Addressing the sad news, Alfie wrote to his 1 million followers: Andrew is an actor who stands out as Theon in The Goat.
Hearing his death was shocking and sad. To lose a loved one, I can imagine what his family is doing. Rep. Andrew xxx
After Andrew’s death, we paid tribute to a representative of The Extra Department: ed: We were shocked and saddened by the death of Andrew Dunbar. ‘We have many memories of years of working with Andrew.’
He said: He’s so versatile, we can put him in anything, he’s always a talented artist, and he loved it a lot, and he loved it a lot.