Actor BJ Hogg died, playing in Game of Thrones and a number of other famous television series. The man was 65 years old. The death of the actor said his agent, reports the BBC.
“He was such a terrific person, a great personality, and a great actor,” said a spokesman for Hogg.
The cause of the death of a 65-year-old man is not called.
Hogg appeared in the episode of the first season of Game of Thrones as the Lannister bearer Addam Marbrand. But despite the popularity of the HBO fantasy drama, Hogg was better known as a comedian. So, his most famous role is Big Mervyn from the series “Give Me Peace” (1998 – 2020).
Earlier it was reported that a dog named Odin had died, playing one of the stingwolves of the Starks house. The dog played the role of Summer – an animal belonging to Bran. A ten-year-old dog died of cancer at the end of March this year.
Fans of the saga were worried about the news that the “Bran Stark Wolf” had become ill. They even organized a fundraiser to help the owners, but, unfortunately, they could not save the beast. One belonged to a northern Inuit dog breed.