Kent locals shocked as huge Hollywood star is spotted in seaside town | The Sun

A GAME of Thrones star has been spotted in Kent visiting an art exhibition that he served as the inspiration for.

Pedro Pascal – who portrayed Oberyn Martell on the fourth season of the HBO fantasy series – visited an exhibition starring himself.

The 48-year-old actor was pictured outside the Rhodes Gallery in Margate yesterday.

The Rhodes Gallery showcased a series of artworks depicting the star, which first opened in June.

It is a solo show by Heidi Gentle Burrell called ADHD Hyperfixation and Why it looks like I love Pedro Pascal.

The artist shared a number of works featuring the American actor, including paintings, pencil sketches and sculptures.

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Pedro has starred in many big blockbuster films and television series, including The Mandalorian, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Last of Us and Narcos.

News of Pedro's visit was a huge surprise for local residents in Kent.

Some even managed to meet the Hollywood actor.

Taking to Facebook, Nichola Jarvis wrote: “My daughters met him but I was sworn to secrecy. They had a lovely chat with him and he was really nice. And they were super excited.”

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And Michelle Allen added: “I know that there was a lot of Pedro Pascal art in Up Margate. He probably came to look!”

This comes after Pedro was announced to be involved in a film with the late Angus Cloud.

The film is called “Freaky Tales” and stars Pedro Pascal, Angus Cloud, Ben Mendelsohn, and Jack Champion.

It followed four stories set in the ‘80s in Oakland.

It’s directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, the duo that directed Captain Marvel.

The directors made a statement which read: “We are so shocked and saddened by the awful news. Angus brought such a unique energy and vitality to our set and his work.

"We will remember him as a bright, patient, vibrant human being and a devoted collaborator who we felt lucky to work alongside. What a devastating loss.

"We didn’t know him long, but we will miss him dearly. Along with the rest of the world, we are thinking about his family right now, sending them strength and love."

The 25-year-old's death rocked the entertainment industry.

He became an overnight star after his work in the hit show Euphoria.

It appears like Angus wrapped filming on the project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Angus also wrapped filming on two more films, one untitled from Universal and another called “Your Lucky Day.”

Angus' family confirmed his passing in a statement. “It is with the heaviest heart that we had to say goodbye to an incredible human today. As an artist, a friend, a brother and a son, Angus was special to all of us in so many ways.”

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