Do you ever pull pranks on set, or did Emilia Clarke ever prank you on Game of Thrones? Because you used to be quite the prankster when you were younger. You’d pretend to be different people? I did, I did! [Laughs.] It was possibly the early signs of becoming an actor. There was a radio show, a kind of current-events show, and we dominated the airwaves, my friend Nicky Campbell

Game of Thrones star switches gears and plays for laughs in Jack Whitehall’s Bad Education movie Most people will recognise Iain Glen from Game of Thrones, where he plays Jorah Mormont (aka Ser Friendzone), Daenerys’ right-hand man and the skilled purveyor of a massive broadsword. But for Glen, his acting career isn’t all about doom, gloom and medieval fantasy. This August, the Edinburgh-born actor will be hitting the big screen

September 15th, 2015 Movies admin

​IAIN Glen has a problem. The premiere of The Bad Education Movie takes place this week and he does not know who to have by his side on the red carpet. His seven-year-old daughter, being a fan of Jack Whitehall, who wrote and stars in the big-screen adaptation of the hit BBC Three television comedy, has volunteered, forcefully, but Glen is not making any promises. “I say you’re not the

August 14th, 2015 Game of Thrones, Movies, Theatre admin

SFX: What were your highlights from the first series? Iain Glen: Just getting on board in the first place. It was a big thing to come to the UK, and you know the word was in the air about HBO doing this massive new series, and because it was set so far back in time that European and British actors were in the loop for it. And it’s a big slice

March 28th, 2012 Game of Thrones, Movies admin

Home truths Iain Glen on the boy he was and the man he’s become. As Iain Glen answers a call on his mobile, I grab one of the hotel coffee tables to drag it closer to our sofa but I lose my grip, the trestle legs collapse and the heavy metal top crashes to the floor, two millimeters from his toes. He doesn’t flinch. “Are they insured?” He shakes his

October 28th, 2001 Movies admin

CHISELLED Scots actor Iain Glen is not renowned for his love of the limelight, so it’s no surprise that he won’t be at the LA premiere of his new film. Iain should be walking down the red carpet with leading lady Milla Jovovich for the final movie of the blockbuster trilogy Resident Evil Extinction. But for once his reason for missing the Hollywood bash is not about avoiding publicity, it is to do with

September 13th, 1997 Movies, Theatre admin
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