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November 22, 2019
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An actor from Game of Thrones comes in Romania

The young shield bearer Podrick Payne from the production which is considered the most successful series of the moment, namely “Game of Thrones”, is coming to Bucharest. In fact, it is the beloved actor who girls are so attracted by, namely Daniel Portman, the actor who plays the naive and shy Podrick, who remarked himself by surprising actions of great courage.

The actor will participate to the East European Comic Con, an event taking place between May 27 and May 29 at Romexpo, according to the organizers.

Scottish Daniel Portman is the fifth Hollywood actor who will take part in the event, after Mark Pellegrino (“Supernatural,” “Lost”), Sylvester McCoy (“Dr. Who”, “The Hobbit”), David Anders (“Vampire Diaries”, “Once Upon A Time”) and Charles Dance (“Game of Thrones”, “The Imitation Game”, “Dracula Untold”).

Scottish actor was remarked when he was 16, when he received his first significant role in the supernatural thriller “Outcast”, in which he had James Nesbitt as a movie set partner. Then he received a short role in a Scottish serial, “River City”, and when he was only 19 years old he was cast as Podrick.

The almost 40,000 visitors expected to come to the May 2016 edition of East European Comic Con will get an unforgettable experience: in addition to meetings with Hollywood actors, there will be a regional gaming competition, as well as a whole area for video games in which they will be able to test the latest releases, also announced the organizers.

Tickets for photos and autographs with Daniel Portman will be available starting May 9. At the same time, the pre-sale period is extended so that by Sunday tickets with a reduced price can be purchased. Subscriptions are available in the Eventim network, at a price of 89 lei.

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