29-year-old actor Aaron Eaton, has died just days after his feature film, Brotherhoodhit theaters.
Eaton was found dead this week and the cause of death remains unclear.
Brotherhood is a popular feature film franchise, which you may have seen on Netflix.
First, there was Kidulthood, then Adulthood, and the final movie in Noel Clarke's franchise was: Brotherhood. The movie centered around Sam, as he realizes the world is changing and he has to do whatever it takes to survive.
Brotherhood would have been Eaton's biggest movie in his acting career.
He was nominated for the best actor prize at the Achieve Recognition awards for his appearance in the 2015 British feature film AWOL - Absent Without Love. According to the London Evening Standard, he also worked as a mentor to young actors in south London, giving talks at youth clubs and working with talent agencies.
Tributes have been paid to the actor and the cast took to Twitter to post tributes to the actor.
Clarke wrote: “RIP Aaron. Spoke only a few days ago. I had more for you. Prayers to your family.”
“This one has hit home I can’t lie. You had a kind heart and so many people will be broken by this, rest up my bro,” wrote Stormzy, whose real name is Michael Omari.
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