New Survey: Best Secondary Character Casting Selection


Most fans agree that the casting for all three seasons of HBO's Game of Thrones has been, thus far at least, simply phenomenal. All the main roles are/have been played by men and women who have managed to bring those characters to life on screen, most of the time in spectacular fashion.

As important as the casting as been regarding protagonists such as Ned, Cercei, Tyrion, Robb, Jon, Arya, Daenerys, and the rest, I'm amazed by the quality of actors cast for the myriad of secondary roles in the series. And although I like virtually all of them, I have to admit that I have a sweet spot for Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn (and often manages to steal the show in most of the scenes he stars in, even though he's almost always paired with Peter Dinklage), and Aidan Gillen, whose Littlefinger is brilliant!

What about you guys??? Which casting selection has been your favorite up until this point?

- John Bradley (Samwell Tarly)
- Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth)
- Charles Dance (Tywin Lannister)
- Jerome Flynn (Bronn)
- Conleth Hill (Lord Varys)
- Aidan Gillen (Petyr Baelish "Littlefinger")
- Iain Glen (Ser Jorah Mormont)

Cast your vote in the top left corner of the Hotlist!

10 commentaires:

A. S. said...

Jerome Flynn, with Aidan Gillen in second.

Morrigan said...

Conleth Hill is a magnificent Varys. Kudos to him.

Anonymous said...

all of the above

Caleb said...

Jerome Flynn as Bronn and Charles Dance as Tywin Lannister are by far the best IMO.

Megazver said...

I don't think I am able to make a choice here. I'm not surprised that Charles Dance is winning, though.

Cursed Armada said...

I second Conleth Hill as Varys. He steals the scene and I could listen to him talk for hours. It would be really creepy, but still! ;)

Patrick said...

Hmmm, a glitch is fucking up the survey. . . The votes are not being tallied. . . =(

Anonymous said...

What about Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy!!!

Anonymous said...

What about Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy!!!

Anonymous said...

Well, all these work well as characters, but Iain Glen is the only one that stands out on grounds of his casting alone. He turned what would be just another another fatass into a sympathetic character... (BTW. will there be a standoff between fatasses, undead and whores in the end?)