Lothar Frey was one of the many sons of Walder Frey, Lord of the Crossing and head of House Frey. When Lord Tytos Lannister acquiesced to Walder's proposal to marry his second son, Emmon, … 1 Biography 1.1 Background 1.2 Season 3 1.3 Season 6 1.4 Season 7 2 Appearances 3 Family tree 4 In the books 5 See also 6 References Lothar is a son of Walder Frey, the Lord of the Crossing. Looking for some great streaming picks? David John Bradley (born 17 April 1942)[1] is an English actor. Look ahead to the TV shows still set to premiere in the rest of 2020, including "Selena: The Series" and "The Stand.". [5] That same year he appeared as Spooner in a production of No Man's Land at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, which later transferred to London's West End. Bradley played Solomon, a ruthless buccaneer, in the 2012 Doctor Who episode "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship". [13], In 2017, in the final episode of the tenth series of Doctor Who, "The Doctor Falls", Bradley returned to portray the First Doctor, having previously been portrayed by Hartnell, who originally played the character. [17] Meanwhile, his daughter, Francesca, works in casting, having worked on Michael Bay's 6 Underground. Walder Frey est l’un des personnages les plus colorés du roman fantastique "A Song of Ice and Fire" et de son adaptation cinématographique de la série télévisée "Game of Thrones". [3] He first appeared on television in 1971, as a police officer in the successful comedy Nearest and Dearest. Over the years, this great stone bridge and the castles that control it have made House Frey a fortune in crossing fees. He was often referred to as "Lame Lothar" due to the pronounced limp he has in his left leg. David John Bradley (born 17 April 1942) is an English actor. [2], Bradley joined the Royal Shakespeare Company and performed at Laurence Olivier's National Theatre Company in the early 1970s. He appeared in the 2005 BBC drama Mr. Harvey Lights a Candle, playing the role of a morose coach driver who takes an unruly party of pupils on a trip to Salisbury Cathedral, and the 2006 BBC drama Sweeney Todd. He was often referred to as "Lame Lothar" due to the pronounced limp he has in his left leg. David Bradley was born on April 17, 1942 in York, Yorkshire, England as David John Bradley. L… Bradley played fictional Labour Member of Parliament Eddie Wells in the 1996 award-winning BBC Two serial Our Friends in the North. Bradley was born in York, where he attended the Catholic St George's Secondary Modern School, at which he was a member of the choir. He is known for playing Argus Filch in the Harry Potter film series, Walder Frey in the HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones, and Abraham Setrakian in the FX horror series The Strain. [6][7] In January 2017, it was confirmed that Bradley would appear in the seventh season of the show later that year.[8][9]. In 1998, he appeared in the BBC adaptation of Vanity Fair as the miserly Sir Pitt Crawley, and Our Mutual Friend as the villainous Rogue Riderhood. In 2011, 2013 and 2016, Bradley appeared as Lord Walder Frey in the HBO series Game of Thrones. In 2010, he appeared in the film Another Year, which earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor from the London Film Critics Circle Awards. Bradley serves as the President of Second Thoughts Drama Group, which performs in and around Stratford-upon-Avon. In 2013, Bradley portrayed William Hartnell, the actor who played the First Doctor, in the Doctor Who docudrama An Adventure in Space and Time. He is an actor, known for, Sat, Nov 28 He appeared as the electrolarynx-using gangster Stemroach in the BBC comedy series Ideal and as Electric in the BBC's Thieves Like Us, as well as the BBC One series True Dare Kiss in 2007–08. on Walder Frey, played by David Bradley is one of the iconic villians in HBO's drama series "Game of Thrones". Bradley portrayed Will Somers, Henry VIII's court fool, in an episode of the Showtime series The Tudors in 2009. He returned to Doctor Who in 2017, appearing as the First Doctor in "The Doctor Falls" and "Twice Upon a Time". [12], In 2015, Bradley was announced a public supporter of Chapel Lane Theatre Company based in Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK. In 2003, he played Tom in the Midsomer Murders episode "The Green Man". He was awarded a Laurence Olivier Award in 1991 for his supporting role as the Fool in King Lear at the Royal National Theatre. [23][24] On 22 November 2014, he took part in a video paying tribute to Aston Villa on the club's 140th birthday. Since January 2018, Bradley has reprised the role in a series of audio stories released by Big Finish entitled The First Doctor Adventures. The slaughter of the Starks left fans across the world reeling after Walder Frey (David Bradley… on Walder Frey thinks that Starks and Tullys deserved what he did to them, as some sort of righteous payback. It’s a castle, not a bloody sheep. Frey seemed to meet a fatal end in the HBO show as a way of the storyline being tied up rather than the star leaving.. 4.9 Bradley appeared in the 2002 film Nicholas Nickleby, and had a small role in the 2007 comedy film Hot Fuzz as a farmer who illegally hoards weapons. Ser Duncan the Tallthought that Walder was an extremely annoying child, and was sorely tempted to throw him down a well. [N 1] It is said he caused the marriage when he discovered his sister having intimate relations with a servant. Other acting credits include the BBC Two series Our Friends in the North, the ITV series Broadchurch (for which he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the 2014 British Academy Television Awards), the BBC One miniseries Les Misérables, the comedy series After Life and the films Hot Fuzz, The World's End and Captain America: The First Avenger. He previously provided voice work for The Sarah Jane Adventures serial Death of the Doctor. His house is noted for its overwhelming fertility and he has over one hundred descendants. From 2014, Bradley plays Professor Abraham Setrakian, a Holocaust survivor turned vampire hunter in Guillermo del Toro's TV series The Strain. In 2009, Bradley appeared as an animal rights activist in the popular BBC drama Ashes to Ashes, and appeared in BBC's The Street later that year. He appeared in the Royal National Theatre's 1997 production of The Homecoming, as well as productions of The Caretaker at Sheffield Theatres and the Tricycle Theatre from 2006 to 2007. 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He is also an established stage actor, with a career that includes a Laurence Olivier Award for his role in a production of King Lear. He is known for playing Argus Filch in the Harry Potter film series, Walder Frey in the HBO series Game of Thrones and Abraham Setrakian in The Strain, although he is also an established stage actor with a career that includes a Laurence Olivier Award for his role in a production of King Lear. Also in 1996, he appeared as gangster Alf Black in Band of Gold. Then when I told you to hunt him down and kill him, you couldn't find him. 22.7.2017 You’ve lost it? His eldest son, George, is an architect, who has featured on the ITV series Love Your Home and Garden alongside Alan Titchmarsh. De nombreux lecteurs et spectateurs se souvenaient de Lord Crossing avec son ingéniosité et sa ruse. Other television appearances include the 2001 series The Way We Live Now, directed by David Yates, who would work with Bradley five years later on the Harry Potter films.