HBO has confirmed that the actor who played the role of the leader of the Stormlands in the popular series is no longer the main protagonist.
Josh Hutchettson was cast as the role in season four, and his character is now called “Lord Commander” and is seen as a leading figure in the rebellion.
However, he also appeared in the Season Three episode “The Children of the Night”, in which he was seen fighting alongside Tyrion Lannister.
While the news has been met with mixed reactions, Hutchetti’s character was described by HBO as a “powerful character” in the series.
The actor also spoke out about his life since leaving the series in his new book, “The Game of Thrones”.
In the book, he wrote that he was “still trying to find the balance between being able to play characters I really love and being able play characters that I’ve had to leave behind and move on with my life”.
“It’s a tough decision to make, but the characters are important to me and I love them,” he said.
“It took a lot of work to get there.
And I think that’s part of the fun of it.
I love the characters, I love being part of a group of characters.
I’m still trying to figure out how I want to move forward with that.”