Paul Grant died last Thursday afternoon, after collapsing outside of King's Cross station in London.
Mr Grant was pronounced dead at 3.49am this morning, but had been declared brain dead before that following his collapse.
Grant was a prolific actor who appeared in several films and TV shows throughout his career.
He played the Naboo soldier in "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace" (1999) and a Death Eater in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1" (2010).
Grant was also a trained boxer and appeared in the 1996 film "The Long Kiss Goodnight" as a boxer.
He had a passion for working with children and had set up a charity called Acting for Others Kids to help young people get involved in acting.
Grant was described by his colleagues as a kind and generous person who was always willing to help others.
His death was met with an outpouring of tributes from fans and fellow actors, who praised his talent and his contributions to the industry.
Grant's death came just a few months after the passing of fellow "Harry Potter" actor, Helen McCrory.
The entertainment industry mourns the loss of yet another talented individual, and Grant's contributions to the industry will not be forgotten.
Paul Grant's passing is a great loss to the entertainment industry, but his legacy will live on through his work and his charity.
He will be remembered as a talented actor, a generous colleague, and a kind-hearted person who was passionate about helping others.