The Wolf and the Crows
Appearing: Fri, Sat, Sun
Andrew is the Wolf from ThE WOLF AND THE CROWS. Having originally fought under the banner of The One True King Stannis Baratheon against the Wildling hordes beyond The Wall, Andrew eventually followed Stannis to his ultimate defeat against House Bolton in the first battle for Winterfell. Having survived this bloody massacre, Andrew escaped into the mighty forest of the Wolfswood beside Winterfell, where he used his survival skills until Jon Snow called the banners and he emerged to pledge his allegiance to the White Wolf. With vengeance for his Baratheon comrades in his heart, Andrew stormed into battle once again against the treacherous House Bolton at the Battle of the Bastards, slaying countless men loyal to Ramsey, and made up the honor guard that brought the body of young Rickon Stark from the battlefield to be laid to rest beside Lord Eddard Stark in the crypts below Winterfell. In the season finale of Season 6, Andrew proclaimed Jon “The King in the North” on behalf of the Stark army securing spoken dialogue on the show. In season 7 he was there to welcome Bran Stark back to Winterfell and has been part of the final season of George RR Martin’s Fantasy Epic.nBehind the camera Andrew has been a core member of the Game of Thrones Costume Department from season 6, 7 and 8, been involved in camera tests and has also been Stand-In for Wildling Chieftain Tormund Giantsbane. Andrew also works as a tour guide for Game of Thrones Tours and regales people from all over the world with stories of his life changing experiences as a supporting artist, he is also considered to be an expert on the book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” on which Game of Thrones is based.nnBobby is a Crow from THE WOLF AND THE CROWS. A veteran Ranger of the Night’s Watch, Bobby was commanded by Ser Alliser Thorne to hold the courtyard from the incoming Wildling invasion of Castle Black. When the Wildlings climbed the southern wall of the castle, Bobby killed Thenn after Thenn earning him a promotion to the rank of Master-At-Arms once Ser Alliser was elevated to First Ranger. Chosen by Jon Snow to range beyond The Wall to evacuate the Wildling village of Hardhome, Bobby was ultimately brought face to face with The Army of the Dead. It was here that Bobby distinguished himself by keeping his nerve and made sure that as many women and children where securely on the boats first before rushing the beach to destroy as many Wights as possible in an attempt to aid as many Wildlings reach safety. In season 6, Bobby had to come to terms with Ser Alliser’s treachery in the killing of Jon Snow. Loyal to his vows, Bobby was forced to reluctantly accept Ser Alliser as his new leader, a decision that made him question his role in The Night’s Watch. When Jon was resurrected by Melisandre and subsequently released from his vows, Bobby became one of Lord Commander Edd Tollett’s most trusted and loyal men. Bobby has also helped to create the final season of Game of Thrones.nBehind the camera Bobby has been Stand-In for King of the Iron Islands Euron Greyjoy, has taken part in camera tests and has also been a member of the Assistant Director team in Season 6. Bobby also runs adventure sports events in Ballintoy Harbour better known to Game of Thrones fans as The Iron Islands.nnGerald is a Crow from THE WOLF AND THE CROWS and is one of The Shadow Tower’s most elite Rangers. Ordered to Castle Black to bolster the dwindling and inexperienced garrison, Gerald immediately volunteered himself for Jon Snow’s ranging to Craster’s Keep to deal with the Watch’s deserters who dwelt there. Gerald’s iron will and sword skills ensured he was one of the few men to return from Craster’s. During the Wildling attack on The Wall, Gerald was chosen for his fighting ability by Jon Snow to accompany him to battle the Wildlings who had invaded the Castle below. Hardhome tested Gerald’s mettle against the Undead but still he saved dozens of Wildlings from becoming meat for the Night King’s Army. Season 6 saw Gerald secure a piece of dialogue. Upon hearing Ser Alliser admit to killing Jon Snow, Gerald roared “Traitors” at his commanders to show his disdain for their actions. When Jon Snow was resurrected from the dead, Gerald was there to see the men who he had called traitors hung for their treason. In Season 7 Gerald was there to pull Bran Stark through The Wall upon his return and has been involved, once again, as a Supporting Artist for Season 8 of Game of Thrones.nBehind the camera Gerald has been involved in camera tests, stood in for Jon Snow and has built an excellent working relationship with Kit Harrington through his time as a highly valued and experienced supporting artist in the Night’s Watch.nnHammer is a Crow from THE WOLF AND THE CROWS. Hammer is someone who every man of the Watch is proud to call Brother. One of Castle Black’s hardest Rangers, any Crow would be relieved to have at his back in a fight. When Mance Raydar attacked The Wall, Hammer was the very man who released the Scythe which cleaved multiple Wildling climbers from the face of the immense ice structure. When Samwell Tarly stood and put Jon Snow forward for the position of Lord Commander, Hammer can be seen standing along with Tarly and agreeing ardently with his arguments. At Hardhome, Hammer was put in command of the boats that would transport them to the safety of the ships, a task which became exceptionally harder when The Night King’s Army attacked. Hammer managed to keep the boats steadied and away from shore under extreme conditions. When Jon Snow was stabbed by Ser Alliser, Hammer was one of the first men to come across his lifeless body and, along with Ser Davos Seaworth, guarded Jon’s body from Ser Alliser and the rest of the treacherous Night’s Watch high command. In the day that followed, Hammer was there to see the man’s lifeless body he protected rise from the dead. Under Lord Commander Tollett, Hammer was named First Ranger at Castle Black. In the penultimate season of Game of Thrones, Hammer, along with Gerald was there to pull the sledge of Bran Stark through The Wall. In the forthcoming season Hammer has played a major part in, what is sure to be, Game of Thrones’ stunning conclusion. Behind the Camera has stood in for Ser Davos Seaworth, taken part in camera testing and has been noted as being a highly trusted Supporting Artist by Executive Producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.