American fantasy drama television series Game of Thrones was developed by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for HBO. It is an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s epic novel series A Song of Ice and Fire,
the first of which is A Game of Thrones. The programme was filmed in Spain, Malta, Morocco, Croatia, Iceland, Canada, and the UK. With 73 episodes shown over eight seasons, it had its American HBO premiere on April 17, 2011, and it ended on May 19, 2019.
The cast list for Game of Thrones has grown and gotten more remarkable with each season since the show’s 2011 debut. It makes sense to be curious in what the cast members have been up to since the 2019 series finale. The characters in Game of Thrones are many, so this list will mostly only include those who receive the most screen time.
Let’s look at some of the Game of Thrones cast members’ recent endeavours and what we might anticipate from them moving forward
When Maisie Williams was chosen to play the vivacious and fiery younger daughter of Ned Stark, she made her big screen debut (Sean Bean). Her character was so well-liked that the popularity of baby girls given the name “Arya” in the US rose dramatically, from 711 to 92. What is beyond Westeros, in Masie Williams’ eyes?
Williams has entered the expanded Marvel Comic Universe in the X-Men franchise spinoff, The New Mutants, since she put down her blade, “Needle.”
In the FX miniseries Pistol, a documentary about the band The Sex Pistols, she also had a part. The show debuted on May 31 and is currently streaming on Hulu.