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Actor of “Game of thrones” and the highest a Brit has died at the age of 36

British actor Neil Fingleton (Neil Fingleton), known for his roles in the television series “Doctor Who” and “Game of thrones”, died February 25 at age 36.

As it turned out, the cause of death was heart failure.

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Neil Fingleton was the tallest man of great Britain, its growth was 232,6 cm.

In his youth Fingleton moved to the United States from the English County of Durham and started playing basketball. He played for the United States and Britain, and even Spain, Italy and China. However, after the injury in 2007, Neil decided to dedicate himself to cinema.

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“I never allowed his height to play a negative role in my life. I always did what I wanted, although many very tall people may be restricted. The only negative was the strange comments and sidelong glances. I was never ashamed of the large growth. Probably because me and my surroundings from good families. In General, I’m happy with my size! It is very unusual!” — said the actor.

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Fans all over the world and friends of the actor Express their condolences. Many remember that he was human.

Recall Fingleton played the role of Mega Powerful in the TV series “Game of thrones” in 2014, he also played in the sci-Fi Thriller “Jupiter ascending”, “47 ronin” in the movie “X-Men: First class”.

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