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Benny Green actor was found at his London home by police

Grange Hill stars have paid tribute to actor Terry Sue-Patt. who played Benny Green in the popular TV show after he was found dead at his London home.

Erkkan Mustafa, who played Roland in the BBC show, was in shock at the sad news that Terry, 50, had died.

The actor told Mirror Celeb: "He'll be missed by so many people. He had the biggest heart. He was always fun to be around."

Robert Craig Morgan, who played Justin Bennett in the BBC show, has paid his respects to his friend in a statement to Grange Hill blog Grange Hill Gold.


Benny Green with Tucker in Grange Hill

"I can not find the words to describe my shock and utter sadness on hearing my good friend and Grange Hill colleague, Terry Sue Patt has passed away. Terry was a beautiful person, who I loved from the first time I met him.

"A fine actor,artist and a great soul, he will be so missed by those who were lucky enough to have known him. I will treasure forever my memories of my friendship with


"I’m devastated by hearing this, I send my deepest condolences to all his family and loved ones. God bless you Terry. You are legend my friend."

Grange Hill Paula Ann Bland as Claire Scott

While Paula Ann Bland, who played Claire Scott between 1981 and 1985 was left "devastated" by the news.

“I’m totally in shock and devastated at the passing of Terry Sue-Patt,” she told the show's fan blog.

“RIP lovely man xxx."

Erkan Mustafa as Roland in Grange Hill

The former child star, who became a household name alongside Todd Carty, was found at his home in Walthamstow, London on Friday.

He played Benny for four years from 1978 - 1982, and was the first pupil to be shown in the first episode of the BBC series.

Terry Sue-Patt found dead - updates and reaction

The cause of death is yet to be confirmed, but his next of kin have been informed.

Benny Green with Tucker in Grange Hill

In a statement the Metropolitan Police said that police were called over "concerns for the welfare of a man in Walthamstow."

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