Jorah Mormont has spent the last six years of Game of Thrones wandering Essos in pursuit of the unrequited love-of-his-life Daenerys Targaryen.    But when he’s not at the Mother of Dragons’ beck and call, actor Iain Glen has kept himself busy. While working on Thrones, Glen has simultaneously acted in a series of TV movies based on Ken Bruen’s Jack Taylor novels. Glen plays the title character, who Stuff describes as a “disgraced cop-turned-private detective” who “investigates

April 16th, 2017 Game of Thrones, Jorah Mormont, Television admin

The Cornish-set drama ended tonight with all the strands seemingly tied up. But it could still return for a second helping…    In the end Sky 1’s drama Delicious about lascivious foodies in luscious Cornwall concluded with everything pretty much sorted. Troubled young Teresa (Tanya Reynolds) attempted an overdose but her life was eventually saved following a showdown with her Dad, Iain Glen’s long dead chef Leo, in some kind of purgatorial

January 22nd, 2017 Delicious, Television admin

Emilia Fox (The Tunnel: Sabotage, Silent Witness), Iain Glen (Game of Thrones) and Sheila Hancock (The Boy in the Striped Pajamas) join Dawn French in the cast of Delicious. A bold new four-part event drama for Sky 1, Delicious stars Emilia and Dawn as two women who go head to head after being betrayed by the same man.   Written by Dan Sefton (Mr Selfridge, Secret Diary of a Call

August 4th, 2016 Television admin

From Game of Thrones to Galway. Interview held in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.   All ‘Game of Thrones’ cast members read the script with trepidation and think, ‘Please God, keep me alive,’ admits Scottish actor Iain Glen. Known to fans of the blockbuster series as Ser Jorah Mormont, Glen is currently back in Galway for 12 weeks to film the next instalments of the popular ‘Jack Taylor’ detective series.

July 25th, 2016 Jack Taylor, Television admin

Of all the things Iain Glen cherishes about Sydney, perhaps his favourite is a small rectangular piece of plastic issued by the government. “I love my Opal card,” he says. “Currently I have about $22.50 on it. And when it gets to $10 I’ll go online and charge it up immediately.”   The Scottish actor, sitting on a grassy Coogee hillside with the sun on his face and fair hair,

May 1st, 2016 Game of Thrones, Television admin

Aboriginal mythology and science fiction collide in high-stakes ‘near fi’ drama, Cleverman, a genre-bending new TV series produced by Goalpost Pictures Australia and Pukeko Pictures for Australia’s ABC TV in co-production with Sundance TV and Red Arrow International. Wellington’s Weta Workshop contributed creature design, specialty hair work and makeup effects and Park Road Post Production provided picture, sound and VFX post production services. It’s an Australasian co-production that’s been dubbed

March 22nd, 2016 Television admin

I have uploaded an interview with Iain from Tatler Magazine.    Home / Magazines / Tatler Magazine 1994

December 12th, 2015 Television, The Fear admin

I have uploaded a number of interviews with Iain. Home / Magazines / NOW magazine 2001

September 16th, 2015 Game of Thrones, Jack Taylor, Television, The Fear, Theatre admin

Iain Glen lifts the lid on why the actors tend to avoid doing their homework for the fantasy series As time goes by, more and more of the Game of Thrones cast are admitting they haven’t read the novels (written by George RR Martin) that the HBO series is based on. But according to cast member Iain Glen, it’s not necessarily a decision they come to on their own –

July 23rd, 2015 Game of Thrones, Television admin

Is it the beginning of the end for Ser Jorah? Sunday’s Game of Thrones, titled “Kill the Boy,” concluded with Mormont (Iain Glen) getting quite a shock after fighting with the stone men along the ruins of old Valyria: He’s contracted greyscale, the deadly and disfiguring disease that gradually covers the afflicted. EW exclusively spoke to Glen about the twist, which he first discovered when reading the script for Sunday’s

May 11th, 2015 Game of Thrones, Television admin
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