The character has been a fixture on the HBO show since , having appeared in all eight seasons, from episode Winter Is Coming — where is was introduced as the hostage and ward of Lord Eddard Stark Sean Bean. Alfie comes from a pretty famous showbiz family, of course, being the son of of actor Keith Allen — but what else do we know about him, and what lies ahead for him after Game Of Thrones? The year-old London born actor made his first professional appearance in in Channel 4 comedy You Are Here, which was co-written by Matt Lucas and David Walliams. The track, which appears on her debut album Alright, Still, and was released as a double A-side with Shame For You in , sees Lily criticising her brother for what she claims is his lazy behaviour.
Game of Thrones' Alfie Allen reveals naked scenes motivated him to get in shape
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By Dan Cain For Mailonline. His character in Game of Thrones has been through the mill - from being scorned by his cold father to having his penis cut off by the vile Ramsay Bolton Iwan Rheon. But Alfie Allen, 29, who plays Theon Greyjoy in the hit show, claims the worst moment of his time on the show was the controversial scene which saw Ramsay rape Sansa Stark Sophie Turner in season five. The brother of pop star Lily Allen didn't want to dwell on the memory for too long but he was full of praise for the way Turner handled the shoot. Scroll down for video.
Alfie Allen, Lilly''s Brother, Goes Full Frontal In "Game Of Thrones"
The year-old actor admits that he wanted to look good for those fairly frequent nude scenes. The actor - famed for playing Theon Greyjoy on Games of Thrones - was cast in the role before the show began. Even though at the time it was still unknown how many nude scenes the series would include, the year-old knew his body wasn't up to scratch.
Laughs Getting naked in theater, I think, is different than doing so on film. I think it was totally relevant to the play; it was needed in order to show how vulnerable my character was at that point in the play… So overall, it was actually kind of liberating. Oh no, it did! No, no, it definitely did. The stuff I did for Equus definitely turned up on the Internet, the stuff on Game of Thrones obviously turns up on the Internet but I always knew that was going to happen because it had a massive audience even just from the books.