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Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen (Theon) reacts to Tony Award nomination




Game of Thrones ended after a decade-long run about three years ago, and being everybody’s favorite show, we haven’t stopped talking about the ending, ever since. However, the show’s cast has already moved on with their lives, starring in great franchises and winning accolades. Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen, famous for playing Theon Greyjoy, who had one of the best story arcs in the show, has been nominated for a Tony Award, the highest honor given to the best stage performances.

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In a recent interview with PEOPLE magazine, Allen talked about how he felt about his nomination for the prestigious award. He said, “I’m slightly in shock a bit. I was nervous during the rehearsals, but then as soon as we got into the theater — even before rehearsing in the theater, just being in the theater and in that space — I just relaxed into it a bit. In the rehearsal rooms, I was all over the place, but the cast was so supportive, and they really helped me.”


“I was onstage from when I was a child doing community theater, doing pantomime, when I was very, very young, so the idea of being onstage, that doesn’t really get on my nerves, do you know what I mean? But all the stuff before does. As soon as I get on [stage], I enjoy it.”

He also recalled when fans would walk up to him with Theon’s Funko pops, “A lot of people brought their Funko Pop dolls for me to sign. They’ve come afterwards, and we’ve just been chatting about [Hangmen].”

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