He also voiced Honoroit in the video game Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. Archie was the most extraordinary magical human being we have ever met. He will never be forgotten, i feel utterly devastated that he is gone but i also feel so blessed to have met him.”
4. He had an impressive acting resume. 16 post. View this post on Instagram

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“Archie showed no signs of illness. He had starred on So Awkward since 2015. British actor Archie Lyndhurst tragically died at the age of 19 in Sept. 16 with an emotional letter, confirming her son died as a result of a brain hemorrhage. Archie’s mother Lucy Lyndhurst took to Instagram on Jan. Archie teased something called Fated To Pretend on Instagram, with the tagline “The Story of Watching a Man Dying.” The link goes to a website that simply says “get ready to splash the f**k out” with a countdown clock. 3. We are still learning each day the incredible impact he had on others lives, the kindness and generosity he showed them,” she penned. “Thank you so much for being you, an absolute light in this sometimes very dark world.”
Archie Lyndhurst poses with his parents on the red carpet at the National Film Awards (MEGA)
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1. The results utterly floored us to think something like this could happen. 2020. The clock is at zero right now. He mourned Archie on Instagram, writing,  “Every time I worked with Archie he was the same – passionate, generous and pitch perfect, he was loved by everyone on set. Jack met Archie when he was just nine years old. It’s very rare and around only 800 people a year die from it,” she added, going on to pay a beautiful tribute to her son. His devastated co-stars mourned him on Twitter. Archie’s father is famed actor Nicholas Lyndhurst, who starred in shows like Only Fools and Horses, Goodnight Sweetheart, and New Tricks. This is not Leukaemia as we know it, the word Acute in medical terms means rapid,” she explained, referencing a detailed post-mortem report. 2020 — and his cause of death been confirmed. “Archie, I can’t even believe I am writing this. So Awkward star Archie Lyndhurst sadly died at the age of 19 in Sept. He worked with comedian Jack Whitehall. After working together on a comedy special and short film, he cast Archie as the younger version of his character on the comedy series Bad Education. View this post on Instagram

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“My heart is completely broken knowing I that I can never see you again, never speak to you again and never hug you again,” she added, sharing photos of the twosome together. Along with his most famous roles on So Awkward and Bad Education, Archie starred in projects like Harry & Paul’s Story of the 2s, Little Crackers, and Our Ex-Wife. He had a secret project slated to launch in September. He’s the son of actor Nicholas Lyndhurst. Archie had numerous bleeds on the brain and the [doctor] went to great lengths to reassure us that he wouldn’t have been in any pain as it happened in his sleep. You were the most beautiful soul I have ever known, the most unique, loving and caring person on this planet,” wrote co-star Cleo Demetriou on Instagram. It’s taken me a while to be able to find things to say as I am at an absolute loss for words. View this post on Instagram

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5. “I have no doubt he would have had a long and illustrious career and would have continued lighting up the lives of all those who encountered him. Archie played Ollie Coulton on the sitcom, which follows a group of friends in secondary school as they deal with typical teenage problems. Following Archie’s death, Nicholas and wife Lucy Smith said in a statement to CBBC that they were “utterly grief stricken and respectfully request privacy”. His mother Lucy confirmed his cause of death was ‘multiple bleeds on the brain’ in Jan. The world has been robbed of a truly special soul. “Archie died from natural causes… he died from an Intracerebral Haemorrhage caused by Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma/Leukaemia.

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