Game of Thrones star Andrew Dunbar perishes off on Christmas Eve

Game of thrones star Andrew Dunbar expired all of a sudden at his home in Belfast on Christmas Eve, it developed last night.

The star, who was the body amplify for Theon Greyjoy who is played by Alfie Allen in the pop show, was in his thirties and also treated as a DJ.

   Andrew from Portrush, Northern Ireland, also fashioned on hit TV fairs such as Line Of Duty and Derry Girls during his career.Gratitudes have drained in for the actor, who also worked as a Game of Thrones cruise guide, with colleagues endorseing a ‘beautiful soul’.

   Offering tribute to Andrew, his buddy and fellow artist Andy McClay said he was invariably fun to be around and a ‘kind and prudent man’.

    He confess Belfast Live: ‘I’ll not in any way make any sense of it. He was a true person, a genius, kind and modest man and he had a full and good soul.

  ‘His DJ sets were fascinating and when he did one firm for Game of Thrones, he concluded up doing them all for the end of season celebration.’

   Andy also divulged that Andrew worked as a Game of Thrones travel escort and could have been a professional star, but needed to target on art and DJ-ing.

   While Pamela Smyth, Head of Crowd Makeup Game of Thrones, said that even  though we saw thousands of extras, Andrew rank out.

   She said: ‘constant professional and civilised with a big deep beaming smile. A beautiful heart – he will be missed by all the GOT family.’

   As well as being a carcass double for Theon Greyjoy, Andrew was also a Northern Ally on John Snow’s face of the Battle of the Bastards.

   He will be evoked in his act as a Stark and Theon Greyjoy’s Double on Game of Thrones, a shady Police Officer on Line of Duty, the meager fella cornered by Colum on Derry Girls, and a Rebel on Krypton to label a few.

   But most of all he’ll be memorized by his kind heart and virulent charisma.Thank you for all you did for us Andrew. We will miss you greatly.’

   A cremation notice exposed that a duty of Grace and thanksgiving in Ballywillan Presbyterian Church, Portrush, will take place on Monday.