Toby Kirkup Cause of Death: How Did The Peaky Blinders Actor Die?

Toby Kirkup Cause of Death: How Did The Peaky Blinders Actor Die?


Toby Kirkup renowned for his part as a police officer in BBC’s Peaky blinders died because of chest problems and tingling in his arms.

An inquest heard that Toby Kirkup, an actor who appeared in Peaky Blinders and Emmerdale, died alone hours after being discharged home from hospital with chest symptoms.

On August 29, Toby Kirkup was admitted to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary but was discharged and sent home the same day.

The 48-year-old had complained of tingling sensations in his limbs as well as chest discomfort.

Toby Kirkup Age: How Old Is The Actor?

Toby Kirkup’s age was 48 years old when he died. However, his exact birth date and the year have not been disclosed to the media or the general public. We are also, unaware of his zodiac sign.

Talking about his physique, he seems to stands tall with a height of 6 feet 5 inches approximately. However, the exact measurement has not been provided.

Mr. Kirkup, a graduate of the University of Huddersfield, had a varied career as a writer, stagehand, and TV presenter working with film crews in the UK and Europe.

Toby Kirkup Wife And Family

Toby Kirup was a married man but he did not reveal his wife’s name or identity to the media or general public. 

She is also a father of a daughter Isabella, according to Irish Mirror.

Talking about his family, he is Philip and Pamela’s beloved son and Dominic and Sammy’s younger brother.

Toby Kirkup Cause Of Death

On August 29, Toby Kirkup was brought to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary after complaining of chest problems and tingling in his arms.

He was diagnosed with gastritis and sent back to Titanic Mills in Slaithwaite by doctors.

But later that afternoon, his condition deteriorated, and he began to vomit before passing out, according to Bradford Coroner’s Court.

His death was determined to be due to natural causes by a post mortem, although his family was concerned about his treatment.

Kirkup had been suffering from drug and alcohol troubles, according to coroners officer Catherine Toner and assistant coroner Katy Dickinson.