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WWD looks back to interviews with the "Game of Thrones" cast, including Richard Madden, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and more to see what their next projects are.
Although killed off in the show’s infamous “Red Wedding” episode from season three, Richard Madden has gone on to have a successful acting career post-“Thrones.”
This year, he earned his first Golden Globe Award for his role as David Budd in the BBC limited series, “Bodyguard.” He’ll next appear as John Reid in the upcoming Elton John biopic, “Rocketman.”
Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey Worm, is focusing on his music career post-“Thrones.”
The 28-year-old British actor, who makes music under the moniker, Raleigh Rich, is currently working on his second, yet-to-be named album.
Hannah Murray, who plays Gilly, first rose to stardom for her role as Cassie Ainsworth in the British teen drama, “Skins,” in the early Aughts.
She is set to appear in the upcoming feature film “Charlie Says,” where she plays Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten.
Rose Leslie played Ygritte, who was best known for her line “You know nothing, Jon Snow.”
Leaving the show after its fourth season, Leslie has since appeared on the CBS spinoff, “The Good Fight,” a legal drama inspired by the network’s “The Good Wife.”
The Danish actor, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, is teaming up with fellow “Game of Thrones” alum, Carice van Houten in the upcoming crime thriller, “Domino,” which is released at the end of this month.
In an interview from 2017, Coster-Waldau talked about moving on from the HBO series. “Leaving the show is going to be really good for all of us. The level of attention that [the cast] is receiving every year when the show airs is not healthy for anyone. Maybe it’s just me that finds it a little overwhelming at times, but it’s just a television show.”