Darren Kent was a British actor, writer, and producer garnered recognition for his appearances in popular series like “Game of Thrones” and “EastEnders.” Beyond these well-known shows, Darren’s talents spanned a diverse range of creative endeavors.
Height- 1.62 m
Weight- 64 kg (approx.)
Born- 30 March 1987
Birthplace – Essex, United Kingdom
Death – Friday (August 11/2023)
Profession-Actor and Producer
details about his parents remain private. His artistic journey was enriched by his education at the renowned Italia Conti drama school, where he honed his skills and eventually graduated in the year 2007.
He studied at Bromfords School, the South East Essex College, and the Italia Conti Stage.
Kent portrayed a goat herder in the final episode of season four of Game of Thrones, “The Children”.
In the 2008 film Mirrors, he starred alongside Kiefer Sutherland as Jimmy Esseker. During his portrayal of The Scholar character on Blood Drive, Daniel Feinberg praised him for portraying a character that “goes from oddball to the show’s only sympathetic character in an impressive manner.
In 2012, he won the Best Actor award at the Van D’or awards for his portrayal of Danny Leon, a character with a skin condition, in the 2011 short film Sunny Boy.
In 2015, he wrote and directed the gangster film Abusing Protocol.
Kent, in addition, achieved recognition as both an acclaimed writer and director. As reported by Variety, he directed the short film ‘You Know Me’ in 2021, for which he was honored with a January Award.
Cause of Death
Kent lived with osteoporosis, arthritis, and a skin condition before he died at the age of 36 on 11 August 2023.
Darren Kent’s departure leaves a void in the entertainment industry, but his contributions and artistic legacy will undoubtedly continue to resonate for years to come.
The approximate net worth of Darren Kent was valued at around $1.7 million.