Game of Thrones creator David Benioff has died at age 93.
He was born in the Bronx and raised in Queens.
He left a legacy of novels and novels that are considered some of the best fantasy novels in the world, and he was also a big supporter of the LGBT community, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Beniofs sister, Gail, died in 2011.
His brother, Stephen, died on Sunday at age 96.
His daughter, Jillian, died of cancer.
Benitoff’s sister Gail Beniof died of breast cancer in 2011, but he did not disclose her cause of death.
Stephen Beniofen is survived by his wife, Mary, and two sons, Paul and David.
The actor is survived in part by his mother, Helen, and his two daughters, Jill, and Kate.
He is survived also by his two sons-in-law, Paul Gaiman and David Benitez.
The author of more than 50 novels and countless screenplays and TV series, Benioford wrote the first four books of the fantasy series and created the world’s most famous character, Daenerys Targaryen.
He also co-created the popular HBO series Game of Throne, which was broadcast on HBO in 2011 and 2013.
In addition to Game of Tyrants, Benitofords books include the upcoming The Dragon and the Wolf, a series that centers on the story of the War of the Five Kings, and the fantasy novels The Wheel of Time and The Winds of Winter.