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Ian Gelder, known for his role as Kevan Lannister, the younger brother of Lord Tywin Lannister, in twelve episodes of Game of Thrones, has died at the age of 74. His husband, Ben Daniels, shared the news of his passing on Instagram on Tuesday, May 7th.

About Ian Gelder`s death

 
 
 
 
 
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Daniels` Instagram post read as follows, “It is with huge huge sadness and a heavy heart broken into a million pieces that I’m leaving this post to announce the passing of my darling husband and life partner Ian Gelder. Ian was diagnosed with bile duct cancer in December and yesterday he passed at 13.07. I’d stopped all work to be his carer but neither of us had any idea that it would all be so fast. He was my absolute rock and we’d been partners for more than 30 years.”

He continued, “If we weren’t together we spoke to each other everyday. He was the kindest, most generous spirited and loving human being. He was a wonderful wonderful actor and everyone who worked with him was touched by his heart and light. I honestly don’t know what I’ll do without him by my side. He coped with his dreadful illness with such bravery, with no self pity. Ever. He was remarkable and will be so missed. This pic was taken at Christmas time after I’d got him out of hospital and even though he’d gone through the worst three weeks there you can still see his joy and love shining through. Rest well my sweet Chianni. Xxxx”

About Ian Gelder

According to his IMDb page, Gelder featured in 12 episodes of Game of Thrones and made appearances on various shows like Doctor Who, Fifteen-Love, Torchwood, Snatch, His Dark Materials, and The Bill.

Gelder`s upcoming roles included playing a vampire named Santiago in Interview With the Vampire, airing next Sunday, May 12 on AMC. He was also slated to appear in Prime Video’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power season 2, set to premiere later this year.

Gelder`s agent, speaking to People, described him as “a wonderful person” and “an excellent actor” who will be greatly missed by his peers and everyone who admired him.





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