Game Of Thrones Actor Reveals What The Mountain Looks Like Under His Helmet
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There are some pretty hard bastards on Game of Thrones, but of all the characters in the show, the one I would least like to mess with would be Ser Gregor Clegane, otherwise known as The Mountain.
Not only is he played by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, a four-time World's Strongest Man winner who is built like a brick shithouse, but in the show Ser Gregor is more than capable of crushing a blokes head with his bare hands.
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Anyway, since the fifth series, The Mountain has been looking harder than ever after being saved from death by former maester Qyburn and undergoing some pretty hideous scarring.
Not that viewers have been able to get a proper look of this scars, as Cersei's henchman is only ever seen wearing his helmet, until the last episode in season six, but we didn't see much.
But for anyone interested, a new picture Tweeted by Björnsson and taken on set, shows what's been going on under his helmet.
Behind the scenes... pic.twitter.com/TrbkM5FjDB
- Hafþór J Björnsson (@ThorBjornsson_) July 15, 2016
Woah, looks pretty gruesome, doesn't it?
He also posted a picture of the scars on his body.
Got traps? pic.twitter.com/7cKXQcTo2Z
- Hafþór J Björnsson (@ThorBjornsson_) July 16, 2016
As you can see he's still pretty hench, which probably explains why Game of Thrones Septa Unella (Hannah Waddingham) still doesn't mind kissing him, in spite of the hideous prosthetic.
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Get stuck in love.
Words by James Dawson
Topics: Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson