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Jamie Kenna (Alfred Broome) teases an exciting House of the Dragon Season 2 after finishing audio session



To the joy of fans, House of the Dragon‘s second season will debut in the summer of 2024. A plethora of new characters from Westeros’ past appear in the prequel to Game of Thrones, which is based on George R.R. Martin’s novel “Fire and Blood.” One of the new characters to appear in Season 2 is Jamie Kenna’s Ser Alfred Broome. The actor recently completed his ADR sessions for the show.

Jamie Kenna is ready for House of the Dragon Season 2

House of the Dragon is currently undergoing reshoots for Season 2. The cast of the show is also completing their ADR (Automated dialogue replacement) sessions alongside. ADR is the process of recording or re-recording the audio for a production in a studio in order to avoid any noise which might have been present on the set from making it to the final cut.

Jamie Kenna, who will play Ser Alfred Broome in the upcoming installment is the most recent actor to finish his recording. In a recent Instagram post, the actor flaunted his House of the Dragon Season 2 jacket gifted by HBO and expressed his excitement for the summer release.

Other House of the Dragon actors who’ve completed ADR sessions

A number of House of the Dragon cast members have completed their ADR sessions so far. Prior to Kenna, Sam C. Wilson (Blood) and Michelle Bonnard (Brothel Madam) reportedly finished their recordings earlier this month. Steve Toussaint (Corlys Velaryon), Abubakar Salim (Alyn of Hull), and Clinton Liberty (Addam Velaryon) also completed their respective ADR sessions before them.

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