The Hound was a carpenter, Bronn was in a pop group, and Hot Pie makes hot breadWhen he’s not leading Daenerys’ army of Unsullied troops, Jacob Anderson is pursuing a music career as a singer and songwriter.Jerome Flynn has had a prolific acting career, but he also briefly burned up the UK charts in the 1990s and had three No. 1 hits as half of pop duo Robson & Jerome.Along with actor Robson Green, the pair performed the song “Unchained Melody” on their show “Soldier Soldier,” and parlayed the boost to stardom into two No. 1 studio albums.[...] after shooting a Viking drama in Iceland, he found acting roles a bit sparse — and turned to carpentry while living in the country in the meantime.(She won a Golden Calf Award for Best Actress from the Netherlands Film Festival for her role.) She also produced a couple of albums in the Netherlands as a singer and songwriter.Part of being a 7-foot-1 actor means you always have a role on “Game of Thrones,” and Ian Whyte has played White Walkers, giants, and even The Mountain before Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson took over.Before he was an actor and stuntman taking all the tallest roles, Whyte was a pro basketball player for a British team, the Newcastle Eagles.[...] he won Hawaii’s Model of the Year award in 1999.
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