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It is said that you are at your best when you’re doing something you love. The job becomes even better when you’re inspired by someone you love. One particular Game of Thrones fan from France did just that. Benjamin, 35, of BenSculpt Creations, is a professional sculptor since 2016. Inspired by his wife, Ben creates amazing Game of Thrones based artwork, the latest one being a beautiful House Targaryen plaque.

Benjamin told Wiki of Thrones, “I am a fan of all things horror and fantasy. My wife who reads a lot of fantasy novels told me about Game of Thrones when it was released … we both got into it and loved it! Besides the quality of the series, the fact that we are sharing these moments together and being able to discuss them is very pleasant. We have never dropped out of the series.

So, I wanted to craft a creation around this fantastic universe, and I wanted to start with the emblems of the 3 main houses.”

He had also created a House Stark plaque a few years back.

Looking at the perfection by which he crafted the sculpture, it is so hard to believe it is made by hand. Creativity can be found in the most unexpected of places. In this case, Benjamin found it in his love for his wife and Game of Thrones.

The budding artist also said he is highly excited for the upcoming prequel House of The Dragon. What about you? Tell us in the comments below!


Game of Thrones was infamous for killing off some of the best fan-favourite characters. These deaths helped to generate motive and a sense of revenge in the story. One of the first main characters to die was Sean Bean’s Lord Eddard (Ned) Stark. Ned’s death sparked a series of events that forged the path of many key players. However, much to everyone’s surprise, Sean Bean hasn’t watched the show ever since his character died on it.

In an interview with The Times, the veteran actor was asked if the Starks’ internalised kingdom withdrawing from the rest of the continent was similar to Brexit. Bean responded and admitted that he didn’t keep up with the show after his character Stark was killed off.


He simply said, “No. What happened?” when asked if he had seen the last episode. The reporter asking the question was concerned as that they didn’t want to give away any spoilers. Just in case Bean wanted to watch Game of Thrones in its entirety at some point.

“I’ll have forgotten by then, go on,” Bean insisted. The Game of Thrones ending was then explained to him. He learned how Bran became king of Westeros and how Sansa went on to become queen of the North.

Bean said, “So did Winterfell stay separate? Oh, good for them.”

The reply was quite surprising from an actor who was heavily interested in a prequel play to the show. What are your thoughts about Sean Bean’s reaction? Tell us in the comments below!


There are roles an actor plays that define them for the rest of their lives. The character becomes a part of their identity. There are many examples from the fantasy epic Game of Thrones; some of the actors have even grown up with their characters. Liam Cunningham, better known in the Game of Thrones world as Ser Davos Seaworth, had initially rejected the offer to be on the show. Now, the fans can’t even imagine anyone else playing the role so perfectly. In an interview with the Sunday World, the veteran actor told how he almost missed out on the opportunity.


When I was first contacted about being on Game of Thrones, I said very quickly that I was not interested,” he reveals. “Then I read the script, I realised it was a story of power, legacy and paranoia, with the fantasy and dragons just a powerful backdrop for a fantastic drama. It was great to play Davos for as long as I did. I really liked him and the quality of the writing on the show was fantastic. I loved playing the role, but all good things come to an end.”

Offers have been flowing in for Cunningham since he shot his last scene on Game of Thrones. The most recent being Sky Atlantic’s epic new show Domina.

Would you have liked to see any other actor playing the role of Ser Davos Seaworth? Talk to us in the comments below!


Ser Davos Seaworth rose from the depths of the Flea Bottom to become the Master of Ships by the end of Season 8. His journey was an arduous one, along which he lost his fingers, his family, and the one person he was closest to, Shireen Baratheon. Davos may not have led a privileged life on Game of Thrones, but actor Liam Cunningham will get a chance to play a royal character in his new show. The eight-episode series stars Kasia Smutniak (Perfect Strangers) as Livia, supported by an international cast including Cunningham, who plays Livius. Cunningham recently talked to The Sunday World about his new role in ancient Rome epic Domina.

He said, “What grabbed my attention was the idea that this is a story about Ancient Rome, but it’s told from the perspective of the women, which is incredibly interesting. There were some very powerful women in this period of history and for them to have secured power when they weren’t really supposed to have power meant they were really clever and interesting characters.”


“So I really liked the idea, before I saw the script, and then when I read the script… I mean, Ancient Rome is so interesting. It’s the old cliché, absolute power corrupts absolutely, and there are many occasions in history where we see that happen and it will happen again. People don’t seem to learn.

“Rome is a constant gift that keeps on giving, but I think what’s interesting is that people today need to pay more attention to history because it was an empire that collapsed – which they usually do.”

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He recently said that history will be kind to Game of Thrones ending. What do you think about Cunningham’s new show? Tell us in the comments below!


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Founder at Wiki of Thrones and a full-time Game of Thrones fan who does other work when he has finished reading and writing about Game of Thrones and also dreams about playing a role in the show.