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Oscar Garland cast as Ser Addam in House of The Dragon




Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is one of the most anticipated shows arriving in 2022, and HBO has done a great job so far keeping the production under the veil. However, casting details do seem to leak quite often, as excited locals try to steal a sneak peek at filming locations, and also via various casting sites. Recently, another casting news has come to the surface, and fans waiting for House of The Dragon will be extremely delighted.

A few days ago, Redditors noticed a posting on the management firm Waring & McKenna for actor Oscar Garland, who will be playing the character of Ser Addam. Fans in the Reddit comment section went wild with excitement, as there is a famous character named “Addam” in Fire and Blood, a dragonseed, a noble knight who fought for Rhaenyra Targaryen.


Ser Addam Velaryon, born Addam of Hull, was a legitimized bastard from Driftmark, a dragonseed. During the Dance of the Dragons, Addam became a knight and the heir to Driftmark and House Velaryon. He was a dragonrider whose dragon was Seasmoke.

However, there is a major flaw in this theory. Addam of Hull doesn’t appear until late in the story, and since House of The Dragon is still progressing in the earlier timeline, it is highly unlikely Garland will play Addam of Hull. Many are speculating it is just a random knight, named Adam, but we’ll have to wait and see.

Who is this Ser Addam in Season 1 of House of The Dragon? Talk to us in the comments below!

Cover pic credits – Vermithor after killing Seasmoke during Second Battle of Tumbleton as depicted by Douglas Wheatley in Fire & Blood.

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