Darren-Shahlavi-Obituary

Darren Shahlavi

1972 - 2015 (Age 42)

Obituary

Family, friends, and fans are mourning the death of Darren Shahlavi, an actor who played Kano on the television show "Mortal Kombat: Legacy.” The Hollywood Reporter and other media sources inform us that Shahlavi died at the age of 42, apparently passing away in his sleep. Shahlavi was known for his formidable martial arts skill, every bit of which was earned: he took an early interest in the combat style, starting his training at age 7. Following those early years spent honing his skills, he moved from his native England to Hong Kong, where he launched his film career by playing stunt doubles and villains throughout the early 90s. He later relocated to the U.S., where he found his place among the stars of American cinema.

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Gone 2 soon, loved this man and his work, his legacy will live on, and he will always be remembered , and never forgotten, eternal love, s.i
P Darren.....

"RIP" Darren, from one of your own also in the business, the production side! (Lighting Director)

God bless her and may she rest in PEACE my condolences to his family and lovers from here

deepest condolences

Its now march and i find it weird not seeing your posts on twitter, i miss tweeting to you about martial arts and movies. i have taken all you told me on board.
you were a great martial artist and actor and also a very genuine person.
miss you darren.

May the God of comfort, comfort you during this difficult time.

My deepest sympathy is with the family during your time of sorrow. May the love and the warm memories you shared with Darren show how your life was touched by him. God is for us a refuge and strength, a help that is readily to be found during difficult times. Psalms 91:2. May you find the needed strength from God, family and friends.

I am so sorry to hear of Darren's death. Although the death of a loved one causes sadness, allow yourselves to find comfort in knowing that Darren is sleeping peacefully, free of any pain or worry. Cherish God's promise that his original purpose for all mankind will soon become our reality, all by means of his Kingdom. (Matthew 6:9-10)