Promising British star actor, Aaron Eaton, has died shortly after the release of the film ‘Brotherhood’, as movie stars and singers have joined mourners paying tribute to the young actor who died suddenly, just days after the release of his breakthrough film in.
The 29-year-old who starred as ‘Teardrop’ in the final instalment of director, Noel Clarke’s hit trilogy of films about gang life in the British capital, London, was found dead earlier this week.
The movie director, Clarke and Mobo-award winning star, Stormzy, who also stars in the film, were among friends to lead tributes to the late young father.
Noel Clarke tweeted: ‘RIP Aaron. Spoke only a few days ago. I had more for you. Prayers to your family.’
While Stormzy, real name Michael Omari, wrote: ‘This one has hit home I can’t lie. You had a kind heart and so many people will be broken by this,
You really really, really do not know what people are going through. Serious. Rest in perfect peace my bro. I can’t believe it, love and prayers to your family.’
The late actor was an aspiring actor and was recently nominated for best actor at the London-based International Achievement Awards for his appearance in the 2015 British film AWOL – Absent Without Love, in which he starred as ‘Wolfy’.
He lived with his mother and younger brother James in New Addington, south London and also worked as a mentor for young actors in south London.
According to Dailymail, It is not yet clear how he died.