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House of the Dragon adds three more cast members for Season 2



The first season of Game of Thrones’ prequel House of The Dragon saw viewers fall in love with the morally flawed characters right out of George R. R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, which served as the show’s inspiration. With the program currently filming its second season at Leavesden Studios in the United Kingdom, additional new cast members are being revealed.

Three new cast members identified from the set of House of the Dragon

A couple more House of the Dragon cast members have been announced for the second season. Redanian Intelligence reports that Michael Elkin, Matthew Couchman, and Ted Reilly have joined House of the Dragon Season 2. In early July, Elkin was seen in Wales on the set of House of the Dragon. Ted Reilly portrays a crofter and will appear in either episode 2 or 5 of the upcoming season, as we previously tweeted.

Dritan Kastrati and Roderick Hill join House of the Dragon

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For House of the Dragon’s second season, a few more cast names have come forward. Roderick Hill, who portrayed Yennefer’s stepfather in The Witcher on Netflix, has reportedly joined the Game of Thrones prequel in an unspecified capacity, according to Redanian Intelligence. Dritan Kastrati, who played a Dornish merchant in The Swimmers, has also been cast in House of the Dragon.

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