House of the Dragon, HBO’s highly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel, is rounding out its cast with a few more additions!
The cast of HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon, just just grown by seven.
On Friday (September 24), HBO announced that actors Ryan Corr, Jefferson Hall, David Horovitch, Graham McTavish, Matthew Needham, Bill Patterson, and Gavin Spokes have all officially joined the cast of House of the Dragon.
Fire cannot kill a dragon.
Graham McTavish, Matthew Needham, Bill Paterson, and Gavin Spokes have been cast in the @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon, coming to @HBOMax in 2022. Learn more: https://t.co/k34dQNSY06 pic.twitter.com/EeSaKTayTE
— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) September 24, 2021
In addition to announcing the new additions, today’s casting news also comes with word of who each actor will play on the highly anticipated fantasy series. Read up on their roles below!
Ryan Corr as Ser Harwin ‘Breakbones’ Strong: Harwin is said to be the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms. Ser Harwin is the eldest son to Master of Laws Lyonel Strong and heir to Harrenhal.
Jefferson Hall is Lord Jason Lannister: the Lord of Casterly Rock and twin to Ser Tyland Lannister. He also. plays Tyland Lannister, a crafty and calculating politician, twin to Lord Jason Lannister.
David Horovitch as Grand Maester Mellos:/strong> He’s a voice of reason and trusted advisor to King Viserys.
Graham McTavish as Ser Harrold Westerling: Ser Harrold has served in the Kingsguard since the days of King Jaehaerys; he is a paragon of chivalry and honor.
Matthew Needham as Larys Strong: The younger son of Master of Laws Lyonel Strong, he’s brought to court by his father.
Bill Paterson plays Lord Lyman Beesbury: the Lord of Honeyholt and Master of Coin on King Viserys’s small council.
Gavin Spokes is Lord Lyonel Strong: He’s Master of Laws to King Viserys and Lord of Harrenhal.
Today’s new slew of cast members join actors Matt Smith, Emma D’Arcy, Olivia Cooke, Paddy Considine, Steve Toussaint, and Rhys Ifans, all of whom have previously signed on to star in HBO’s highly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel.
HBO’s House of the Dragon, which was given a straight to series order back in October 2019, is set to be based off of George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, a historic telling of the saga of House Targaryen.
House of The Dragon debuts in 2022 on HBO.