Game Of Thrones actor Roy Dotrice has died aged 94, ‘surrounded by his family’.
The maestro actor, also famous for his role in Amadeus, played Hallyne the Pyromancer in the HBO series.
His family pronounced in a matter that he died ‘peacefully on Monday Oct 16 in his London home surrounded by family, including his 3 daughters, grandchildren and great-grandson’, reports The Sun.
Roy, who also perceived an OBE in 2008, was a penetrating fan of GOT, also narrating George RR Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire audiobook collection.
With many strings on his bow, he was also a Tony Award leader and held a Guinness World Record hilt for the biggest series of characters uttered in an audio book, at 224, in 2004.
In Amadeus, he played Leopold Mozart.
Other TV projects embody the BBC instrumentation of AP Herbert’s Misleading Cases, Life Begins, Shaka Zulu and Mr And Mrs Smith. Films enclosed The Cutting Edge and Eliminators.
Before branch to behaving in 1957, Dotrice was in the military.