'Game of Thrones' Season 4 gains three new actresses
"Game of Thrones" has cast three more actresses for Season 4. Jane McGrath (left), Paola Dionisotti (center) and Gabrielle Dempsey (right) have all joined HBO's hit fantasy show in new roles for the upcoming season.
In an interview with IFTN, McGrath reveals she's playing a Wildling woman. She tells the site, "I'm up and down to Belfast on 'Game of Thrones'. I'm not even allowed to talk to my friends about it and can't be giving anything away! My character is beyond the Wall and it was stunning. When you're on set you feel like you're actually there. It's incredible!"
Though there's no guarantee that McGrath's role is named in the show or that it's even a speaking part, there are two main Wildling female roles that will likely be cast in Season 4: Mance Rayder's wife Dalla or her sister Val. It could be that McGrath will play one of those two parts.
Meanwhile, Winter Is Coming (via Hypable) reveals that Dionisotti will portray Lady Waynwood, a character who appears at the Vale alongside Catelyn Stark's sister Lysa Arryn. It's already been revealed that Lysa will be a part of Season 4 after not appearing since Season 1. Additionally, Dempsey will play the role of "Innkeeper's daughter."
Fellow Season 4 newcomer Joseph Gatt recent spoke to Zap2it about the show's upcoming season. "Game of Thrones" returns to HBO with Season 4 in Spring 2014.