After the loss of actress Helen McCrory, who passed away on April 16 from cancer, the death of a new ” Peaky Blinders ” actor was reported. In this case, it was a figure with a minor role in fiction, but this does not detract from what the artists involved in filming the show may feel.
The series created by Steven Knight was left without Toby Kirkup, who was in charge of playing a police sergeant on the show. This was reported from the Daily Mail, where they gave details of what happened. The artist had gone to see a hospital as a result of discomfort, but far from being admitted, he was sent back to his home where he lost his life.
The aforementioned outlet reported that the ” Peaky Blinders ” artist had felt a pain in his chest, as well as a tingling in his left arm. While attending the Mayo Clinic, she was diagnosed with gastritis and told to go home. Hours later, he lost his life due to a heart attack. The events took place on August 29 and have only now been revealed.
The family asked that the clinic where the Kirkup was treated be investigated since they questioned the treatment he received. It is expected that on September 30 there will be a new audience in which to evaluate what happened to the ” Peaky Blinders ” actor. The artist had had addiction problems in the past but seemed to have overcome them.
The future of the show
As is known, ” Peaky Blinders ” is nearing the end of its story. Of course, this does not mean that he says goodbye forever. The pandemic forced its creator to reorganize his plans and what previously seemed like two seasons would now have to be one more installment and a film that puts the final closure on the Shelby story. However, they do not rule out that there are some shows that are detached from this universe. In this context, he was in charge of clarifying that he would not define them as spin-offs.