“Game of Thrones” cast Peter Dinklage is thanking fans of “A Song of Fire and Ice” who already have an idea, more or less, of what happens to the characters of the
TV hit series. Meanwhile, he’s not trying to take seriously the sex symbol attached to his character.
Readers of “A Song of Fire and Ice” could very well spoil things for the fans of “Game of Thrones” by circulating on the Internet and flooding the comments section of any article related to the TV show, according to.
“I applaud them because, first of all they know much more than I do,” Peter said in an interview with , referring to the readers of the George R.R. Martin’s series.
“The internet is so easy to spoil things. People who’ve read all the books that are real fans of that who have known, at least speaking of ‘Game of Thrones,’ they don’t ruin it for everyone else,” he added.
“You know, it’s great, I mean why rob somebody of an experience that you had?” he told
noted that playing the brilliant Tyrion Lannister has made “Games of Thrones” cast Peter Dinklage a sex symbol, particularly his baritone voice and his unruly hair. But he doesn’t let that into his head.
“I take it with a grain of salt. They’ll say, ‘Oh, he’s sexy,’ but women still go for guys who are 6ft 2 inches,” Peter Dinklage-who is 4 feet and 5 inches-said. “I don’t believe any of it for a minute.”
“Games of Thrones” cast Peter Dinklage being viewed as a sex symbol means that he certainly has gone a long way from the angry young boy who grew up different from anybody else into a successful star.
Peter Dinklage, in a report by , attributed his success to his unwavering resolve to never be typecast as an elf by compromising his principles and actually playing one just for the sake of money.