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Benfrey Frey is a knight of House Frey and a character of A song of Ice and Fire. He doesn’t have any role in the Television adaptation.
Outside his decent marriage to his cousin Juanma Frey, whom he had two children Della and Osmund Frey. Nothing else is known about his backstory. Presumably his anger over the broken betrothal lead to him turning on his allies. As Lord Edmure Tully comes for his bride Roslin Frey, Benfrey is asked to bring his sister to the hall. During the Wedding he attacked Dacey Mormont only to receive a flagon of wine for his troubles. He later died sometime after the wedding from his injuries.
He has little appearances in the Game Of Thrones adaptation outside his implied participation in the Red Wedding. He presumably dies with the rest of the male Frey’s poisoned food.