Game of Thrones's Kit Harington looking for another stage role?
The actor has expressed his desire to tread the boards again
Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington has spoken of his desire to return to the stage, saying he is "putting my two pence in with producers and directors".
Talking to the Evening Standard, he added: "Any theatre producers who want to hire me — I've got a good track record".
The actor, who (Spoiler alert) may have more time on his hands now following last weekend's Game of Thrones shock season finale, has had stage roles before.
These include playing Albert in War Horse at the National Theatre and originating the role in the West End and playing Ed Montgomery in Laura Wade's Posh. He also had a cameo in James Graham's The Vote at the Donmar Warehouse.
His film credits include Spooks: The Greater Good, Testament of Youth and Pompeii.
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