Slow Horses paid a heartfelt tribute to Kal Biggins on its very first episode. Kal Biggins was one of TV series Slow Horses.
Based on the Slough House novel series by British novelist Mick Herron, the TV series stars Gary Oldman, Jack Lowden, and Kristin Scott Thomas in the lead roles.
The first season of Slow Horses premiered on April 1, 2022, closing the pilot episode with a tribute to Biggins. At the same time, the show's second season is on its third episode since airing on December 2, 2022.
Kal Biggins from Slow Horses is One Its Cast Members
While Watching Slow Horses, one can't miss the mention of Kal Biggins at the pilot episode's ending. Biggins was the Director at Biggins Enterprise Limited before he passed away.
Kal's company was dissolved on 20 September 2022 and reportedly incorporated on 25 October 2017, according to the Company's information portal of GOV.UK.
The first episode, which aired on Apple TV in April, closed with the words, “In Memory of Kal Biggins, a much-loved friend and colleague,” before the end credits rolled in.
Although there's no specific information about Kal's contribution to the TV series, he might have been a part of the cast and crew team.
Back in November 2021, Kal shared a picture of a wrapped gift he received as a part of the production team, which furthered the claims he might have been involved in the production department.
A Sheffield, England native born in October 1990, Kal was a part of the Sheffield Trinity Football Club, located in South Yorkshire, England.
What Happened To Slow Horses' Kal Biggins?
Unfortunately, Kal passed away in an automobile accident on December 9, 2021. Kal, who was only 31 at the time, met with the mishap on the road on Hanover Way in Broomhall around 9 pm.
According to The Star, Biggins expired at the scene after his black Toyota landed close to the underpass to Headford Street after leaving the road on Hanover Way.
A 30-year-old man was brought in afterwards on suspicion of causing the casaulty by dangerous driving. But, he was released under investigation as per South Yorkshire Police.
Kal's family and friends laid flowers and even a football boot at the scene of the crash along with heartfelt messages such as ‘life won’t be the same’ without him and recounted him as ‘one of a kind’.
However, it was not the only crash that occurred in the area. The councilors and the residents said another man had met ith the same casaulty in 2018 and requested for barriers to be placed on the site.
Post his demise, Sheffield Trinity Football Club too offered their condolences through their Facebook handle. The club was the one to leave his boots on the crash site.
"Kal, you were part of the Trinity family, and will be forever in our thoughts. #RememberingKal", wrote the club on its Facebook wall.