Seems either no one is talking about Joe Dempsie at this moment or too many people are visiting this page causing the server congested.Joseph Maxwell "Joe" Dempsie (born 22 June 1987) is an English actor, best known for the roles of Chris Miles in the E4 teen comedy-drama Skins (2007–2008) and Gendry in Game of Thrones (2011-2017).Because of this, Cassie has become a stronger person; no more is she the awkward, free-spirited girl who would happily drag on a joint and dance the night away with Sid and Chris, she’s developed into a more bitter being – one who responds with “no” more than anything else.
But it was a nice little vote of confidence from David and Dan." Joe Dempsie (born 22 June 1987) is a British actor. He initially appeared as a guest star in the first season and returned in this role for the second season, and was promoted to a starring cast member for the third season.
He is best known for playing Chris Miles in the drama series Skins, but has also appeared in Doctors, Doctor Who, Merlin and This is England '86. Prior to being cast, Dempsie auditioned for the roles of Jon Snow, Pypar, and Grenn.
He said: “The fans are rabid waiting for this and they know exactly how they want their characters to look.
Gendry is described as being tall and muscled, with thick black hair.
He has also appeared in Harry & Paul on BBC Two, appearing as a northerner who was presented as a gift from the character Harry was playing to his daughter.
"The character breakdown described Gendry as tall and muscular with black hair. I thought, 'I could dye my hair and hit the gym, but I can't stretch my legs! My friend is such a big fan of the books that even he didn't actually approve of my casting as Gendry.
This could be a joke made by the producers of the show.
It seems as though every single shred of joy and wonder from her youth has been tarnished; consumed and rejected by the cold realities of adulthood and responsibility.
British actor best known for roles in tv shows Skins (as Chris Miles) and HBO's Game of Thrones (as Gendry).