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Darren Kent, the 36-year-old actor, died on Friday. He had appeared in multiple shows like “Game of Thrones,” “EastEnders,” and “Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.” His talent agency, Carey Dodd Associates, confirmed his death with a statement on Twitter this Tuesday.
The statement said, “It is with deep sadness we have to tell you that our dear friend and client Darren Kent passed away peacefully on Friday,” wrote the agency. “His parents and best friend [were] by his side. Our thoughts and love are with his family in this difficult time. RIP my friend.”
Kent was born and brought up in Essex and graduated from Italian Conti in 2007. He got his big break when he appeared in the horror movie “Mirrors” in 2008. Then he got the chance to appear in an episode of the series “Game of Thrones” and played the role of a goatherd in Slavers Bay, and recently appeared in “Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” in the 2023 film as a reanimated corpse.
He has appeared in multiple other films like, “Snow White and the Huntsman,” “Love Without Walls,” “Marshal’s Law,” “Blood Drive,” “Happy Hours,” “The Frankenstein Chronicles,” “Les Misérables,” “Birds Sorrow” and “Green Fingers.”
Kent won the Best Actor Award for his movie “Sunny Boy” in 2012 at the Van D’or Awards, where he played the role of a boy who had a rare skin disease that stopped him from going out in the sun. Similar to the character he played in the movie, he also suffered from a skin disorder along with arthritis and osteoporosis. He was a director and award-winning writer. He bagged a January Award for the short “You Know Me,” in 2021.