Kit Harington hopes for a good death


Kit Harington reveals all any Game of Thrones actor wants is a good death.

The British hunk plays Jon Show in the hit fantasy drama, based on the epic novels by George R. R. Martin.

The show has an extensive cast list, which also means a high turnover of actors as the characters are killed off in quick succession thanks to the many battle scenes. While

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