Recently interviewed by The Times, Sean Bean, interpreter of the memorable Ned Stark in “Game of Thrones”, confided that he had not followed the famous series at all.
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After having tragically “lost his head”, shortened by the blade of Ser Ilyn Payne in episode 9 of season 1, one would have thought that Sean Bean, interpreter of the noble Ned Stark in Game of Thrones, would have taken advantage of these holidays forced to continue following the adventures of Westeros from the comfort of his couch.
However, it is not. As he recently confided to our colleagues from Times, the comedian has no idea what happened to the show after he left, or how it ended two years ago now.
When the reporter interviewing him offered to update him on the conclusion of Game of Thrones – unless he intends to find out later – Sean Bean replied that he didn’t mind. , and that he would undoubtedly have “forgot everything by then”.
“So Winterfell stayed independent? Oh, that’s good for them!”, he rejoiced when he heard how House Stark ended at the end of the series. A sober and detached reaction for the interpreter of a character who nevertheless marked Game Of Thrones of its mark, and which will therefore be able to catch up with the last 7 seasons … with a little delay.
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