Isaac Hempstead-Wright is an English actor. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of eleven, Hempstead-Wright is best known for his role as Bran Stark on the HBO series Game of Thrones, which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Young Supporting Actor in a TV Series. Isaac Hempstead-Wright had no interest in acting until he joined a drama club to get out of playing football on Saturday mornings during the cold months of the year. Hempstead-Wright started acting in commercials, and studied acting at the Kent Youth Theatre in Canterbury, England. He made it his screen debut in the horror film, The Awakening. But, the big break came when he was cast as Bran Stark on Game of Thrones, he was part of the initial starring cast and remains a member of the starring cast for the second, third, and fourth seasons which earned him two Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations as Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in Drama Series at the 18th and 20th Screen Actors ... Read More
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It’s been a while since fans saw the Stark family together onscreen in”Game of Thrones.” Catelyn Stark said goodbye to her children Bran and Arya in Season 1, and hasn’t set eyes on either of them since. That’s why it was nice to see actors Michelle Fairley, Maisie Williams and Isaac Hempstead-Wright together once again at a recent press day for Season 3 of the hit HBO fantasy series.

Zap2it sat down with the trio during a roundtable interview and got some teases of what fans can expect in the next 10 episodes. Here are some spoiler-free highlights of what’s in store for Bran, Catelyn and Arya.

On what their characters are doing in Season 3…

Williams: “We kind of pick Arya up not too long after we left her and she’s just had her encounter with Jaqen H’ghar and she’s got the coin and all that. And I think maybe she’s got like a quiet confidence that she’s going to get home. To the boys she’s completely confident, but I think inside she’s doubting it a little bit. There’s a limited amount I can say but vaguely she’s got good feelings about what’s to come.”

Fairley: “Catelyn’s storyline picks up directly where it was left in Season 2. She’s still estranged from her son [Robb] because she has released Jaime Lannister in the hope that she’s going to get her daughters back in turn. The realization is dawning that she’s been duped and damaged the relationship with her son. And he is the only child she has any contact with. Basically it’s a progression of her becoming more introverted. She spends so much time on her own and she becomes reflective about the possibility she is the reason that this tragedy is happening to her family.”

Hempstead-Wright: “In Season 3 Bran’s group is joined by two new characters who add sort of a new dynamic to it and Bran’s storyline picks up in Season 3. In the past two seasons he has just been waiting in Winterfell and now he’s really striving toward something.”

“I think Bran this season starts to really control his own group, because in Season 2 we saw him take responsibility over Wnterfell, and now I think he’s taken responsibility over his own group and guided his own group.”


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Thanks to Sky Atlantic we have a brand new image of Isaac on the new season of Game of Thrones:


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Recap Game of Thrones Season 2 with Executive Producers, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff. Season 3 premieres on 3/31 at 9PM.

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Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) chats about becoming a leader in Game of Thrones Season 2, new characters appearing in Season 3, why he enjoyed acting with Donald Sumpter, Maester Luwin, how he’d like to carry Hodor one day, why he’d like to see more of Tyrion Lannister & beatboxing with the Stark Children on the extras for Game of Thrones Season 2 DVD.

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A girl who tried out for Game of Thrones, specifically, she tried out for Meera Reed, revealed some interesting tidbits about where they are planning to take the character. Apparently Osha and Rickon will stay with Bran and Hodor and the Reeds all the way to the wall, and because of this, they are planning to significantly play up a rivalry between Meera Reed and Osha.

Now, this could be a trainwreck. on the other hand, here we have two women who are both traditionally more masculine than most, are skilled warriors, and they like, but come from two completely different backgrounds. And if it’s more than just a pissing contest, and expands upon the Ygritte theme of casting the Wildlings against Westeros and the former coming out looking rather more appealing in a lot of ways.


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Check it out now Inside the Episode of the Season Finale of Game of Thrones!

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Even if you don’t end up murdered like Ned Stark or Jon Arryn before him, acting as the Hand of the King is a thankless job.

As Game of Thrones approaches its Season 2 finale Sunday (9/8c, HBO), the cast of the period-fantasy series weighs in on arguably the most powerful job in the Seven Kingdoms: The Hand of the King (or Queen, as it were). The Hand acts as chief advisor, executes the ruler’s commands, is in charge of the army, drafts laws, dispenses justices, handles the day-to-day running of the kingdom, sits on the small council and even sits upon the Iron Throne to act on the king’s behalf when he is indisposed (or hunting wild boar).

Selecting a good Hand is critical. Not only must he be loyal, hardworking, fair and competent, but he should also balance the king’s less prudent notions or impulses. In short, the Hand must be better than the king! How’s that for a heavy job description?

Check out who the cast trusts as their chief advisors:

Bran Stark  (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) – If I were on the Iron Throne and I had to choose a Hand, I would want Tyrion. He seems to have every angle covered. But assuming I can’t have a Westerosi character, I would choose Sigmund Freud. He could get to work on Joffrey and Cersei’s complex relationship, and I would get Joffrey an electric guitar and lessons from Metallica as he needs to channel his blistering fury into something less psychopathic.