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The actors from the Game of Thrones sequence most likely must cope with followers asking them questions on what occurs to their character in later episodes each single day. Luckily for Kristian Nairn, his character solely ever says one phrase. Hodor.
If you’ve by no means seen an episode of Game of Thrones or learn the accompanying e-book sequence, the character of Hodor is a mentally challenged, 7 foot tall large who is barely able to saying the phrase “Hodor”. In brief, he’s fairly rad.
Though that description makes it sound like Nairn has the simplest performing gig in historical past, he apparently has round 70 other ways of uttering the phrase “Hodor” to precise a variety of feelings and as a consequence of his character’s lack of ability to talk correctly, he must be very conscious of his physique language and facial expressions, utilizing the subtlety of motion so as to add a masterful nuance to his character.
Now it’s typically stated that words can’t damage you for those who don’t allow them to, until these phrases are Game of Thrones spoilers, by which case somebody ought to punch you within the fucking face. And Game of Thrones actors are very conscious of that, as such, quite a lot of them actively exit of their approach to not spoil the sequence for followers, even when they ask. Although to be truthful, based on quite a lot of the actors from the present, that’s largely as a result of they’re fearful of Charles Dance, who will completely refuse to debate spoilers, or the e-book with anybody.
Kristian Nairn alternatively is a bit more lax, and he’ll fortunately focus on his character and his destiny in episodes that haven’t even aired but with followers, family and friends. That stated, the one factor he’ll really inform individuals is “Hodor”. Making him the best troll on your complete present, which isn’t dangerous for a man with a one phrase vocabulary.