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John Bradley isn’t a spy, but an actor who grew up on the South Side

John Bradley isn’t a spy, but an actor who grew up on the South Side

‘The Crown’ star Jonathan Pryce is ‘hugely disappointed’ by the show’s latest critics’ verdict

In a scathing attack on the show, Pryce wrote: ‘The public’s response to ‘Game of Thrones’ has been to mock a show so over the top that it’s become impossible to enjoy. Which is why it’s disappointing to hear the critics’ verdict… It’s hard to know whether to laugh or cry. The worst has to be “Game of Thrones” is a terrible show… ‘

In our last episode, Sam (John Bradley) got drunk with Jorah (Iain Glen) and then they robbed a village while pretending to be the sons of a wealthy relative of theirs. (We know, we know.) But when Jorah went down into the sewers, Sam fell onto a trap. We also learned that the queen did a lot of magic during a storm to try to get a vision from the dead King’s mother…

John Bradley is known for his roles in the James Bond films, but he isn’t a spy at all. He was, in fact, an actor who grew up the oldest of three children on Chicago’s South Side. There, he became fascinated by the magic of acting and theater. He went off to Yale, got a degree in drama, but never really wanted to be an actor. Then, while he was making a documentary in Russia he got a part in the Russian television show “The Adventures of Nero”. Once he saw what he could do he was hooked. “I was doing the most amazing things on that show,” he says. “It was the best acting job I ever had. I fell in love with television and stage acting. It was like getting three months’ salary from the street every week. And the pay was great and I’m not complaining.”

Bradley grew from playing a Russian prince to playing a knight in a game of chess to playing an assassin in a video game. He was a natural, playing everything from comic bad guys to serious drama in movies like “The Passion of the Christ” to a villain in “The Dark Knight”. He’s starred in two TV shows, “Game of Thrones” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,

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