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Game of Thrones Star Kit Harington: Great Art, Working With Emotions, and, ‘Just How Serious Are You?’
’Tis time for another Game of Thrones star to be the subject of one of our episodes. Yes, today show features advice from the great Jon Snow — or, as he is known in real life, Kit Harington.
Kit, whose actual name is Christopher, is an English actor and producer. Most of you will know him from Game of Thrones, in which, since day one, played the role of Jon Snow, who today, is the main character. 2017 saw the release of the penultimate season. The series will conclude with its eighth season in 2019.
If rumour is correct — and very plausible rumour at that — his role in this series, which is one of the most successful TV series ever, has made him one of the highest earning TV actors in the world: in 2017 Kit reportedly earned £2 million per episode. Not bad, ey?
His other films include Pompeii, Silent Hill: Revelation, playing the voice of Eret in How to Train your Dragon 2, and Testament of Youth. At just 31 years of age, it seems there is plenty more to come from the man.
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