Game of Thrones season eighth starts today and the first episode was nothing but fantastic. The characters looked as fresh as the first time. The fans around the world started their battle of theories and we cannot wait to see who sits on the Throne finally. What is more interesting is to know about the birthplace and early life of some of the character from GoT. Here are few of them and their interesting past life.
Liam Cunningham — Davos Seaworth
Liam Cunningham who plays Liam Davos Seaworth in the show was born on 2nd June 1961. He was born in the inner city area of Northside of Dublin. Liam Cunningham is an Irish stage and screen actor. In his early days, he was actually pursuing his career and even went to Zimbabwe to train electricians there. But when he returned back home he felt unsatisfied with his life and decided to change.
Jacob Anderson — Grey Worm
Jacob Anderson is a British actor, singer-songwriter and a rapper. He was born on 18th June 1990 in Bristol, England. His father is of Afro-Caribbean. At the age of 17, Anderson moved to London to launch his music career. His Debut Album, ‘You’re Man Now, Boy’ was released in 2016 to very positive reviews.
Hannah Murray — Gilly
Hannah Murray was born on 1st July 1989 in Bristol. She is best known for her work in the E4 teen drama series Skins portraying Cassie Ainsworth. She was 17 when she auditioned for this role.
Nathalie Emmanuel — Missandei
Nathalie Emmanuel was born on 2nd March 1989 in Southend-on-sea in a town in Essex. She is an English actress and began her acting with theatre in the late 1990s. She accrued roles in various West End productions such as the musical The Lion King. She began her on-screen career by starring as Sasha Valentine in soap opera Hollyoaks in 2006, after which she appeared in various British television series until her debut film appearance in Twenty8k. Emmanuel plays the role of Missandei in the Game of Thrones series. She then appeared in supporting roles in action films Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015), Furious 7(2015), The Fate of the Furious (2017) and Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018).