Peter Dinklage Says Ending ‘Got’ Was a ‘Relief,’ but ‘Hardest Thing to Walk Away From’

Peter Dinklage Says Ending ‘Got’ Was a ‘Relief,’ but ‘Hardest Thing to Walk Away From’
As Peter Dinklage makes the press rounds for his award-nominated title role in Joe Wright’s musical “Cyrano,” inevitably questions about “Game of Thrones” are coming up. Even though the show ended two and a half years ago, George R.R. Martin’s fantasy saga remains the gift that keeps on giving — including with HBO’s upcoming spinoff series, “House of the Dragon.”

While paying a visit to “The Graham Norton Show” on New Year’s Eve (via Insider), Dinklage agreed that it was a “relief,” when asked by the host, when the eight-episode series ended. Dinklage won a Primetime Emmy Award for best supporting actor four times for his role as Tyrion Lannister.

“Yeah,” Dinklage said. “I mean, it’s time to move on, as hard as it is.”

He added that while, on most projects, a cast forms close relationships and “then you don’t see each other again,
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