The casting continues for the sixth season of Game of Thrones. This time we have three minor roles for the upcoming season. So without further ado lets get into the casting news.
First on the table is English actor Eddie Eyre who has been cast to play Ser Alfred Hunrith. Now for all you book readers out there who are scratching your heads at that name, don't worry you didn't forget a character. The character of Ser Alfred Hunrith has not been mentioned in the books so far.
Second on the list is British actress Souad Faress. Her role in the upcoming season has not been announced yet. But according to her agency she will be filming her role in October.
Next we have Icelandic actor Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson. Once again his character has not been announced yet, but we know he will be appearing in two episodes this season. There might be a chance we will see Jóhannesson appear as an outlaw character, since all of the outlaw roles are two-episode characters - as noted in the casting call.
And lastly, Northern Irish actor Andrew Bryan has been cast to play a Bolton Officer in the sixth season. According to his agency website he has already been filming his role, and is scheduled to finish shooting August 19th.
So what do you think about these minor castings? Leave your thoughts and speculation on the roles, in the comments below.