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Matt Smith lost his father and suffered a terrible injury while filming House of the Dragon Season 1




The first season of the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon was a mind-boggling success. For some it did even better than the first season of Game of Thrones; even the viewership numbers reflected that. The cast and the crew worked their a**es off to make the show as great as it looked on TV, actor Matt Smith being a prime example of the kind of dedication that House of the Dragon requires.

Matt Smith lost his father and suffered a neck injury while filming Season 1


Vanity Fair recently interviewed potential Emmy nominees, and Matt Smith’s Daemon Targaryen has a decent chance of winning one of those golden trophies. He revealed during the interview, “It was a really weird shoot. I lost my father during the shoot. But then I was doing a stunt scene one day and I slipped a disc in my neck. So if you watch the latter part of the season, you can see I just can’t really move, because we had to keep shooting.”

Matt Smith got only two weeks off to heal his neck injury

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Smith went on to reveal he had to get back to the set in only two weeks, “I had to come back. So I had two weeks off. But it’s a long injury. So it goes from being quite a sort of physical performance really at the end, I just sort of stood there. And I never really moved that much.”

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