The sweet but impressionable King of Westeros (Tommen Baratheon) is played byDean-Charles Chapman.
Here he is:
Now, Dean-Charles has been in the role since 2013, Tommen’sfirst appearance being the episode in which his older brother, Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) was poisoned at his own wedding.
Who could forget that?
But what we didn’t notice, is that while that was the first time we saw Tommen, it wasn’t the first time that we had seen Dean-Charles. He had actually already appeared on Game of Thrones, playing a different Lannister kid.
In season three, Chapman playedMartyn Lannister – Cersei, Jaime and Tyrion’s cousin – who was taken prisoner (along with his brother Willem) by the House of Tully.
He appeared in two episodes, one in which he had a conversation with Talisa Stark (Robb’s wife), who cleaned a wound on his hand.
He asked her if it was true that Robb could turn into a dire wolf.
Things didn’t exactly end great for Martyn though. In retaliation for Jaime Lannister murdering his sonTorrhen Karstark, Lord Rickard Karstark murdered bothMartyn and his brother in their cell.
Their bodies were presented to King in the North Robb Stark who, far from being pleased about two more dead Lannisters, was furious that Karstark had killed innocent kids, and executed him for treason.
This might explain why – bringing us back into season six – the Karstarks are now supporting the Boltons instead of the Starks…
Did you notice that we’d seen the actor who plays Tommen before? Or, like us, did it go straight over your head? Let us know in the comments!
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