On Thursday, August 10, the world woke up to the news of Simon Carlyle’s death. The co-creator of hit BBC sitcom Two Doors Down, died at the aged of 48. In this article, we’ll discuss Simon Carlyle’s cause of death. This, we believe, will give you an insight into how the popular write died.
Carlyle’s death was confirmed by his manager, Amanda Davis, in a brief statement to PA Media. BBC, has also confirmed it.
“I am immensely sorry to confirm that Simon Carlyle has died at the age of 48,” Davis said.
"He had a microscopic fascination with what makes funny things funnier and we were so lucky to have known him"
The Two Doors Down Production Team remembers "brilliant, funny, mercurial and magnificent" series co-creator, Simon Carlyle
— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) August 10, 2023
“Simon was a wonderful person and a major comedic talent. He was much respected across the industry both for the quality of his writing and for being a kind, funny, supportive and nurturing collaborator. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies go to his family, friends and colleagues,” Davis added.
Simon Carlyle cause of death
As of the time of writing this article, no information on the cause of death of Simon Carlyle has been given. Neither his family or manager have commented on what led to the writer’s sudden death.
However, we’ll keep you informed whenever we have any information regarding how Carlyle died.
Reactions to Carlyle’s death
Tributes have been pouring on social media for the late writer, since the news spread.
A Twitter (now X) user who seems to be a childhood friend of the writer, expressed his sadness having heard about Carlyle’s death. In a tweet, he said: “Sad to have lost an old friend who I grew up with @SimonCarlyle. Very talented, funny, irreverent and always more interested in others.”
Sad to have lost an old friend who I grew up with @SimonCarlyle
Very talented, funny, irreverent and always more interested in others. My heart goes out to his family 😥
— Sbob 🎤🎸🏴🇬🇧 (@SbobCuba) August 10, 2023
An associate editor with the Daily Mirror, Kevin Maguire, tweeted; “Thank you for Two Doors Down and the characters in Latimer Crescent, a wonderful BBC Scotland comedy. RIP Simon Carlyle, gone far too soon at 48.
Thank you for Two Doors Down and the characters in Latimer Crescent, a wonderful BBC Scotland comedy.
RIP Simon Carlyle, gone far too soon at 48.https://t.co/NL0yALnwlu
— Kevin Maguire (@Kevin_Maguire) August 10, 2023