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'Game of Thrones' Star Kristian Nairn, a.k.a Hodor, Shares his Love for Video Games [VIDEO]


Kristian Nairn shares that he always loved playing video games and in fact, as of the moment, he spends his time with two different games. Most of his pastime are given to the new "Legion Expansion for World of Warcraft" game, which he happily plays on his gaming laptop.

In the past 20 years or so, video gaming is one of the most famous entertainment factors enjoyed by millions around the world. People coming from different social constructs and classes necessarily find a common ground in video gaming. Take for instance celebrities such as Matthew Perry, Henry Cavill as well as Ronda Rousey: all of these artists, actors and actresses are fond of playing video games as a pastime. Now yet another actor finds comfort in sharing his pleasures of playing video games, with the actor known as Kristian Nairn a.k.a. Hodor of the hit TV series "Game of Thrones" shares his favorite video games in an interview with Game Informer.

His smartphone is not an exception with the game player as he shares that "King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare" also gets a portion of his time. "World of Warcraft" seems to be his favorite, since throughout the duration of his interview, he highly spoke of the game with enthusiasm.

The actor's fervor for video games has led him to go on voice acting work in the showbiz industry. His voice has been integrated to the "King of Avalon: Dragon Warfare" and he also connected his voice in a dungeon orc found in the game "Warlords of Draenor Expansion for World of Warcraft". Nairn labelled his involvement in being one of the voice actors for "World of Warcraft" as a dream come true, Gamerant reported.

In spite of his adoration of video games as well as his experience working as a voice actor, Nairn was left out in Telltale's version of the "Game of Thrones" game that has been launched back in 2014 which ended last year. In the interview, the actor bluntly shares his apathy of the game and told us that he never ever played the game up until now. Perhaps Telltale will hire him after they become knowledgeable about Nairn's esteem to video games as well as voice acting.  


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