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A tidbit of Game of Thrones info

While doing my normal surfing for news stories related to the HBO series Game of Thrones based on George R.R. Martin's series A Song of Ice and Fire, I came across this tidbit from the This Is Local London website:

"Aspiring young dancer Kelechi Nwanokwu has hit the big time after being picked for the latest big-budget drama to come out of the US.  The 26-year-old is set to appear with Sean Bean in fantasy epic A Game of Thrones"

No details about what role she was cast in, but I'll guess she is one of Daenerys's handmaidens (Irri, Jhiqui, or Doreah) that were Daenerys's gift from her brother at the wedding feast.  Or maybe she is just an unnamed in the employ of Illyrio.  A little searching reveals that, likely because she is a dancer and is pictured with other dancers at an GoT after party, that westeros.org is guessing she is a dancer at Daenerys's wedding feast.  I guess will see when the time comes.  I'm still going to guess she is Jhiqui just for the heck of it.  If she had already filmed the only scene she was ever going to be in before this article even ran, would she really be proclaiming she hit the big time?  (Well, probably, but I'll go with the long odds here).




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