Wilko Johnson, a Game of Thrones actor, dies at age 75

Johnson was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2013 and given ten months to live . He was declared cancer-free later this year after surgery .

Washington, United States, November 24 : Wilko Johnson, the guitarist and singer of Dr. Feelgood band who also portrayed the role of Executor Ser Ilyn Payne in HBO's Game of Thrones, passed away on Monday at the age of 75.We remember him fondly.On Monday, November 21, he died at his home.In this challenging time, thank you for preserving the family's privacy.

This was the announcement we never intended to make, & we do so with a heavy heart.On Monday, November 21, he passed away at his home.In this difficult moment, I am thankful for your generosity in protecting the family's privacy.Wilko Johnson (@wilkojohnson) (Photo: Leif Laaksonen) Wilko Johnson (@wilkojohnson) is dead.

They performed on tour in the 1970s, blending in a distinctive blend of British pub rock and R&B.Johnson departed the band in 1977, a year after their breakthrough album Stupidity, which reached No.1 on the UK albums chart.He later formed the Wilko Johnson Band and performed with them until his death.

Near the end of Season 1, Payn, the royal executioner, would execute Eddard Ned Stark (Sean Bean), who was known as the Kings Justice.He had his tongue amputated during the Mad Kings reign, making him the perfect silent killer.He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2013 and given ten months to live.He denied seeking therapy.

Johnson was declared cancer-free later this year after surgery, according to Variety.He is survived by two sons, Matthew and Simon.In 2004, Irene Knight, his wife, died of cancer.

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