Peter Dinklage, who plays Jon Snow on the HBO show Game of Thrones, has said that leaving the show was “the hardest thing to walk away from” because it had become his life, both on and off the set of the show. During the ten years that the actor, who is now 52, played the fan-favorite character Tyrion Lannister on the popular fantasy drama series “Game of Thrones,” the cast and crew were like a family.
Peter said these things on the New Year’s Eve episode of The Graham Norton Show. Peter is also known for his parts in the movies Death at a Funeral and Death at a Wedding. In an article published by ET Canada, Dinklage was quoted as saying, “I lived in Ireland, so for me it wasn’t just the show, it was a life, which was the hardest thing to leave behind.” He continued by saying that he had grown to consider the show’s crew members to be “family.” Peter played Tyrion, the smart nobleman, from the very first episode of the show, which aired in April 2011, until the very last episode, which aired in May 2019.
Also on the hour-long special episode of The Graham Norton Show was comedian Joe Lycett. He said that he had been a fan of the show for a long time, but that he had a “problem” when pop singer Ed Sheeran made a cameo appearance on the show. Even though Joe, age 33, liked Ed, he said he “didn’t love the Venn diagram where they crossed over,” and he thought Ed’s character should have fought or died instead of just singing a song. On the other hand, Peter joked that Ed and other cameos were probably arranged at the pub, and when they showed up, it was like, “Oh no, now we have to write a scene for them!”
Anyone who has talked to a fan of the HBO show Game of Thrones or spent any time at all on the internet knows that the end of the once-popular show was not well received by viewers. Even though Joe’s complaint made Peter laugh, the actor has recently said that he is tired of hearing people complain about how the show ended. They didn’t like how we ended our relationship with them, he stated, so they had some bad reactions to the conclusion. They were upset because of what he stated, “we broke up with them,” which is why.