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Isaac Hempstead-Wright was recently interviewed by GQ and called the feeling of Game of Thrones ending next year as ‘terrifying’ for him:

“Terrifying! It’s going to have been pretty much half my life when it’s finished. It’s going to be so bizarre, like leaving school all over again. It’s kind of a bittersweet thing because it’s such a tight-knit family… and it’s also, you know, the end of gainful employment.’

He also revealed how he handles playing a disabled person on the show:

“I was ten [when I got the part], so the last thing I was thinking was, ‘How am I going to act this and what is it like?’ I just… didn’t move my legs… there’s so much under-representation of disabled actors in the media. I’m aware it’s slightly grey territory… and I know I’m lucky to be able to get up at the end of a take.”

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