Peter Dinklage was a part of a Punk Band in the 90s and more Game of Thrones cast news

Game of Thrones Season 7 ended recently, and the cast members are now being seen indulging in other projects. Here’s our news roundup! Read on!

First off, we have an interesting insight into the past of Peter Dinklage, who plays the role of Tyrion Lannister on the show. YouTube channel Swazzle has dug up his past, and found some really interesting information. Dinklage was in a punk rock band. There is also a screenshot of him talking about what a wild ride it was, so watch the video below :

Next up is Kit Harington (Jon Snow) who recently enjoyed the Grand Prix at Monza, Italy. He featured in Spice Girl Geri Horner’s Instagram :

#youknownothingjonsnow #gameofthrones #kitharrington #monza ☺️

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and raced some Formula Two with co-star Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos) :

Kit Harington and Liam Cunningham riding in a F2 car on the racetrack in Monza, Italy. pic.twitter.com/PejHUnFkJS

— Kit Harington (@Kit_Haringtcn) September 5, 2017

Lastly, Pilou Asbæk (Euron Greyjoy) teased Euron Greyjoy’s ‘Season 8 look’:

Getting ready for season 8 #gameofthrones trying a #newlook #eurongreyjoy #lessismore #moreisless #whatmarriagewilldotoyou 👌


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Of course, this isn’t actually his Season 8 look. It is a look from a Danish film he did in 2013, titled Sex, Drugs & Taxation, sans the giant beard he wore :

That’s it for now. Talk to us in the comments, down below!


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