Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Connections Game of Thrones by "ZombieAbaddon" Forrest



Torchwood & Doctor Who Connections

Game of Thrones

By “ZombieAbaddon” Forrest


I thought it would be easy to explain Game of Thrones in a sentence, but after asking a few people who had read the novels and watched the first three seasons; this seems to be an impossible task.  So I watched a few episodes of the first season and to those who have never seen the series before...and believe me, there are a few people who haven't, there are several noble houses that are waging war against each other for the Iron Throne which I believe is that really uncomfortable looking chair of swords, of the Seven Kingdoms.  In Season 1 it appears that in order to strengthen the bond between two of the major families, the House Stark and the House Lannister that they must join forces, and merge.  And by merging it means that the eldest daughter in the Stark family must marry the Lannisters boy, Joffrey (a future king who you want to hit in the face with a chair) – he’s a nasty piece of work, but then he’s the product of a brother and sister relationship.
Across the water the Targaryens are also merging with the Dothraki.  The Targaryen’s have some connection with dragons.  There's warring factions that surround these families, and while they are all fighting to gain control of the throne, having illegal sex, lopping heads off horses, heads off each other, arguing, talking, plotting, and more talking, and more needless sex, a darker threat is travelling towards them.  Winter is coming which is a term used for the White Walkers, which look like zombie ring wraiths without clothes or crowns. 

The Series was created by D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, and is based on George R.R. Martin’s, ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’.  It was filmed in Northern Island, Malta, Scotland, Croatia, Iceland, United States of America, Spain and Morocco.  The episodes last between 50 – 65 minutes.  It’s a medieval fantasy series on HBO channel which viewers can watch over on Sky, unless you have the odd box set!

I had read that this was very much like Lord of the Rings; but I'm thinking that this description is very wrong, or it’s only like LOTR as it also stars Sean Bean.  To me there's too much of everything and it’s so bloody depressing I just can’t feel a shred of enthusiasm to watch further, but then I’ve been told that I have to get past the first 5 episodes before it starts getting exciting, and you can’t skip the first 5 episodes either, as these are crucial for the entire series, about the characters, who they are, what they do, where they fit into the rest of the story and so on. 

It’s a star studded cast with quite a few actors and writers and stunt coordinators etc from the world of Who and Torchwood, which will have you exclaiming and pointing at the screen, if you’re an annoying geek like I am.  The writer George R.R. Martin certainly has an imagination that exceeds any others I have read or heard about, who can think up the lives of all of the characters, and still have so many yet to come into the story from the books to the television series.  It has grabbed the audience by storm, and in a way I wish I had the patience to follow it. 

It’s interesting to see just how many of the cast of Who and Torchwood appear in this show, not just one or two, but loads.  It used to be the case that everyone wanted to be in Doctor Who, now it seems, everyone wants to be in Game of Thrones.

As the series is still ongoing, there may be more surprises coming from new characters as of yet to appear that IMDB haven’t listed.  I will of course continue updating this article when news comes in. 

But until then, enjoy, and see how many you recognise.


Iain Glen

Ser Jorah Mormont (31 episodes, 2011-2014)


 "There is a beast in every man and it stirs when you put a sword in his hand"


Game of Thrones

Iain plays Ser Jorah, son of Ser Jeor Mormont.  He's a knight and former heir to Bear Island.  Fluent in Dothraki he has feelings for a Khaleesi - Daenerys Targaryen, the Dragon Queen.  After he sold poachers into slavery, he fled the Seven Kingdoms and into exile where he joined the service of brother and sister Targaryen, who were exiled claimants to the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms.  He is a loyal advisor to the Queen, but you would wouldn't you, if you were in love with her. 

Doctor Who

In the 5th Season of Doctor Who, Iain played Father Octavian, a leader of a sect of Clerics who were on a mission against the Weeping Angels during the two parter episode story 'The Time of Angels'.



Julian Glover

Grande Maester Pycelle (22 episodes, 2011-2014)


"They say that if a man goes through life with his battle visor down, he can often be blind to enemies at his side."


Game of Thrones

Julian plays Pycelle, an 84 year old Grand Maester of the Seven Kingdoms and the King's Small Council.  He serves under Robert Baratheon. 

Doctor Who

Julian appeared twice in Doctor Who, once in 1965 as Richard the Lionheart in 'The Crusade' and in 1979 as Scaroth in the episode 'City of Death.'



David Bradley

Walder Frey (3 episodes, 2011 - 2013)


"They all laughed at me, all those high Lords, they all thought they were better than me. Ned Stark, Hoster Tully. People snigger when I marry a young girl, but who said a word when Jon Arryn married that little Tully bitch?"

Game of Thrones

David plays Lord Walder Frey, Head of the House Frey, Lord of the Crossing and bannerman to House Tully.  He ideally needs a new hobby as he's sired over 100 children, and married a good few times to very young women.  David seems to play characters who appear crochety, grumpy and similar to his character in Harry Potter.

Doctor Who

David played Solomon, a ruthless buccaneer in the episode 'Dinosaurs on a Spaceship' in 2012He also provided the voices for the Shansheeth in Death of the Doctor, as well as playing actor William Hartnell in 'An Adventure in Space and Time', that told the story of how Doctor Who was created back in 1963.



Margaret John

Old Nan (2 episodes, 2011)


"In that darkness, the white walkers came for the first time. They swept through cities and kingdoms, riding their dead horses, hunting with their packs of pale spiders big as hounds... "

Game of Thrones

Margaret played Old Nan, a retired servant in the House Stark.  She was a good story teller and entertained the young children of the household with stories of her past.  One of the children, Bran holds her in high regard. 

Doctor Who

Margaret played 'Granny Connolly' in 'Idiot's Lantern', also Megan Jones in 'Fury from the Deep' in 1968, Doctor Who.



Ben Crompton

Eddison Tollett (16 episodes, 2012-2014)


"There are worse ways to die than warm and drunk. I knew a brother drowned himself in wine once. It was a poor vintage, though, and his corpse did not improve it."


Game of Thrones

Ben plays Eddison Tollett who is better known as Dolorous Edd, a steward of the Night's Watch who has gone north of the Wall on Lord Commander Jeor Mormont's Great Ranging.

Doctor Who

Ben played a soldier in the 2nd episode of Doctor Who 2014, 'Into the Dalek' who didn't make it as far as the end of the episode.



Liam Cunningham

Davos Seaworth (14 episodes, 2012-2014)


"You want me to have a god? Fine. Stannis is my god. He raised me up and blessed me with his trust. He gave you a future I could never have imagined. You know how to read, you'll be a knight some day. You think a fire-god commanded all of that? It was Stannis, only Stannis. "


Game of Thrones

Liam Cunningham plays Davos Seaworth also known as the Onion Knight, head of the House Seaworth.  He used to be a smuggler but changed his ways and became a loyal supporter of Stannis Baratheon.

Doctor Who

Liam played Captain Zhukov in 'Cold War' in 2013.



Thomas Brodie-Sangster

Jojen Reed (10 episodes, 2013-2014)


"JoJen is a boy with special gifts who, along with his sister Meera, becomes a friend to Bran Stark. He is the son of Lord Howland Reed, Eddard Stark's old friend from Robert's Rebellion. "


Game of Thrones

Thomas plays Jojen Reed, a gifted boy who with his sister Meera are friends of Bran Stark.  Jojen is from the Greywater Watch with allegiances with the House  Reed and House Stark.  He is the son of Lord Howland Reed, Eddard Stark's old friend.

Doctor Who

In 2007 Thomas played Tim Latimer in 'Human Nature' and 'Family of Blood'.



Dame Diana Rigg

Olenna Tyrell (9 episodes, 2013-2014)


"Oh no please! Seduce away, it's been so long! I rather think it's all for naught. What happens when the nonexistent bumps against the decrepit? A question for the philosophers."


Game of Thrones

Dame Diana Rigg plays Lady Olenna who has the wonderful title of 'The Queen of Thorns.'  She is the widow of Lord Luthor Tyrell and mother of Mace Tyrell the current Warden of the South.  She is very sharp witted. 

Doctor Who

Dame Diana played Mrs. Gillyflower in 'The Crimson Horror' in 2013 who leads a utopian community in Sweetville in Yorkshire, who preaches about a coming apocalypse. 



Owen Teale

Ser Alliser Thorne (9 episodes, 2011-2014)


"When you're out there, beyond the Wall with the sun going down, do you want a man at your back? Or a sniveling boy?"


Game of Thrones

Owen plays Ser Alliser Throne, a member of the Night's Watch.  He's not a well liked character, not known to smile or have any happy camp fire stories to tell. 

Torchwood

In 2006, Owen played Evan Sherman in 'Countrycide' a cannibal in one of the best episodes in Series 1. 


Harry Lloyd

Vyseris Targaryen (6 episodes, 2011)


"Brave men didn't kill dragons. The brave men rode them. Rode them from Valyria to build the greatest civilization this world has ever seen. The breath of the greatest dragon forged the Iron Throne, which the Usurper is keeping warm for me. The swords of the vanquished, a thousand of them... melted together like so many candles."


Game of Thrones

Harry plays The Beggar King, Viserys Targaryen.  Viserys is a dilusional young man, who sees himself as a king and loves gold.  He arranges a marriage between his sister and Khol Drogo, a Dothraki who promises to give Viserys 10,000 men to conquer the Seven Kingdoms.  Because his sister is the last Dragon Queen, she's not popular with the other Kingdoms (if I have that correct).  

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2007, Harry played Baines in 'Human Nature' & 'Family of Blood', a schoolboy who becomes Son of Mine after wandering into an alien craft in a field, and heads up an army of scarecrows in 1913, England.



Ian Hanmore

Pyat Pree (4 episodes, 2012)


"When your dragons were born, our magic was born again."

Game of Thrones

Ian played Pyat Pree, a warlock, whose race are Qartheen.  He has sunken eyes and blue lips and gave me the creeps the instance I saw him.  That and the fact he is difficult to catch, having an ability to move quickly from one place to the next in an instant.  He seems to have an interest in the Dragon Queen and is often seen inviting her to the House of the Undying. 

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2006, Ian played Father Angelo in 'Tooth and Claw' a leader of the Brethren who stopped worshipping God in favour of the wolf. 



Roger Ashton-Griffiths

Mace Tyrell (5 episodes, 2014-2015)


"Is there anything as pointless as a king without a kingdom? No, it’s plain, the boy must abandon the riverlands, join his forces to Roose Bolton’s once more, and throw all his strength against Moat Cailin. That is what I would do."


Game of Thrones

Roger Ashton-Griffiths plays Lord Mace Tyrell, head of House Tyrell, Lord of Highgarden, Defender of the Marches, High Marshall of the Reach and Warden of the South.  He has a number of aliases which seem to refer to his ample size and his brain capacity (it's not kind). 

Torchwood & Doctor Who

In Torchwood, 2006, Roger appeared as Mr Garrett in 'Random Shoes' the teacher who gave Eugene Jones, the Dogon Sixth Eye.  In Doctor Who, 2014 Series 8, he appeared as Quayle, in 'Robot of Sherwood'.



Robert Pugh

Craster (5 episodes, 2012-2013)


"You have one son, don't you, Mormont? I had my 99th. You ever meet a man with 99 sons?"


Game of Thrones

Robert Pugh plays Craster, a wilding, a cantankerous man who has a difficult relationship with the Night's Watch although he isn't malicious or hostile and will grant shelter to anyone travelling north of the Wall.  He has an incestual relationship with his daughters, taking them all as wives and sacrifices all of his sons. (Ha, pleasant chap!)

Torchwood & Doctor Who

In Torchwood, 2008 Robert played the adult Jonah in 'Adrift'.  In Doctor Who 2010 he played Tony Mack in 'The Hungry Earth' and 'Cold Blood'.



Indira Varma

Ellaria Sand (4 episodes, 2013-2014)


"We are everywhere in Dorne. I have ten thousand brothers and sisters."


Game of Thrones

Indira Varma plays Ellaria Sand a paramour of Oberyn Martell and is mother of four of the Red Viper's eight bastard daughters known as the Sand Snakes. She is a lascivious temptress and sexually adventurous. Her culture is Dornish and her allegiances are to Houses Uller and Martell.

Torchwood

In Torchwood, 2006, played Suzie Costello in 'Everything Changes' and 'They Keep Killing Suzie'.   The sixth member of Torchwood who had her own personal agenda.



Burn Gorman

Karl Tanner (4 episodes, 2013-2014)


"There are no laws beyond the Wall!"

Game of Thrones

Burn plays Karl Tanner, brother of the Night's Watch who has gone north of the Wall on Lord Commander Jeor Mormont's Great Ranging.  By all accounts he's a nasty piece of work.  He prefers to use small weapons that deliver killer blows.  He was brought up in Flea Bottom (sounds itchy), and learnt to fight in confined spaces. 

Torchwood

In Torchwood from 2006-2008, played Dr. Owen Harper in 26 episodes.


Ian Gelder

Kevan Lannister (4 episodes, 2011-2012)


"A man who fights for coin is loyal only to his purse."

Game of Thrones

Ian plays Ser Kevan Lannister, a knight from House Lannister who is the younger brother of Lord Tywin Lannister.  He's middle aged with green eyes, rounded shoulders and fair skin.  He's a man to be relied upon.  He is protector of the Realm and seems to take that role seriously

Torchwood

In Torchwood 2009 Ian played Mr Dekker in Children of Earth Day 1 - 5 the civil servant, who survives the 456 but manages to get shot in the foot by Agent Johnson.



Jamie Sives

Jory Cassel (5 episodes, 2011)


"With his burning sword? I'll remember that 'til the day I die..."

Game of Thrones

Jamie plays Jory Cassel a member of Eddard Stark`s household, Captain of the Guards. He accompanies Lord Eddard when a deserter is executed for leaving the Night Watch and when finding a direwolf with an antler stuck in it's throat calls it an omen.  Cute pups!

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2006, played Captain Reynolds in 'Tooth and Claw' who lost his battle with a werewolf.



Joe Dempsie

Gendry (17 episodes, 2011-2013)


"You know you shouldn't insult people that are bigger than you are."


Game of Thrones

Joe played Gendry also known as The Bull, a blacksmith apprentice who worked for master Tobho Mott in King's Landing. 

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2008, played Cline in 'The Doctor's Daughter'.



Lucian Msamati

Salladhor Saan (3 episodes, 2012-2014)


"I've been all over the world, my boy, and everywhere I go people tell me about the 'true gods', they all think they found the right one. The one true god is what's between a woman's legs. And better yet a queen's legs."


Game of Thrones

Lucian plays Salladhor Saan a sellsail who assists the cause of Robert Baratheon because of his friendship with the former smuggler, Davos Seaworth.  He's known as the Prince of the Narrow Sea, Lord of Blackwater Bay.  He is a pirate.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, Lucian 2010, played Guido in 'The Vampires of Venice'.



Mark Killeen

Mero (1 episode, 2013)


"I'll come looking for you when this is all over."

Game of Thrones

Mark plays Mero, a commander of the Second Sons, also known as the Titan's Bastard. (There's a lot of Bastards in Game of Thrones!!!) Mero is a Braavosi.  He has an evil reputation by all accounts.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, Mark played a German Officer in 'Let's Kill Hitler' in 2011. 



Tim Plester

Black Walder Frey (2 episodes, 2013)


Game of Thrones

Tim played Black Walder Frey or Black Walder (just to confuse my research), is the second son of Ser Ryman Frey, grandson to Ser Stevron Frey and great-grandson of Lord Walder Frey.  His biography is steeped in rumours, which back then could probably get you killed, and probably did, although he is feared by many of his family.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2010 played a Servant in 'A Christmas Carol'.



Tobias Menzies

Edmure Tully (5 episodes, 2013)


"Tell Father I have gone to make him proud."

Game of Thrones

Tobias played Edmure Tully the heir to the house of Tully of Riverrun. He was known to have had a string of affairs, and was mentioned in a song by singer Tom of Sevens, which put him off all singers for life after he made a song about Edmure. 

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2013 Tobias played Lt. Stepashin in 'Cold War'.



Ron Donachie

Rodrik Cassel (13 episodes, 2012)


"Law is law, milady."

Game of Thrones

Ron Donachie played Rodrik Cassel, not a fan of music, he's a loyal and brave knight of House Cassel and member of House Stark.  He's also known as Old Ser Rodrik. 

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2006, Ron played the Steward in 'Tooth and Claw' and met a grizzly end at the paws of the werewolf.



Donald Sumpter

Maester Luwin (14 episodes, 2011-2012)


"When you were born, I was the one who pulled you from your mother. I placed you in her arms. From that moment, and till the moment she dies, she will love you absolutely... fiercely."


Game of Thrones

Donald plays Maester Luwin, who is a recurring character.  He's Maester of Winterfell and is loyal to House Stark. Not only a teacher to the male children, he also delivered all of Catelyn's children.  He is a father figure to Bran and Rickon Stark. 

Doctor Who

In 1968, Donald played Enrico Casali in 6 episodes of 'The Wheel in Space', in 1972 played Commander Ridgeway in 3 episodes of  'The Sea Devils'.



Paul Bentley
High Septon (4 episodes, 2014)



"Your Grace, Your Grace, my lords, my ladies, you stand here in the sight of gods and men to witness the union of man and wife. One flesh, one heart, one soul... now and forever!"

Game of Thrones

Paul debuts as the High Septon in 'Second Sons'.  He has the title as head of the Faith of the Seven, it's a dominant religion of the Seven Kingdoms.  He was appointed this title after his predecessor was killed in the riots of King's Landing.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2011, played Professor Candy in 'Let's Kill Hitler'.



Struan Rodger

Three-Eyed Raven (3 episodes, 2014-2015)


"I have been watching you. All of you. All of your lives, with a thousand eyes and one."

Game of Thrones

Struan provides the voice of the Three Eyed Raven, appearing to Bran Stark in dreams while he's in his coma.  It appears several times, leading the boy to the Stark Crypts, and prompting the boy towards the cave in which the human form of the Raven resides.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who 2006-2007 Struan was the voice of The Face of Boe in 'New Earth' and 'Gridlock'.



Ross Mullan

White Walker (3 episodes, 2012-2014)


Game of Thrones

Ross plays various White Walkers in Seasons 2, 3 and 4.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2013-2014, played The Silent in 'The Time of the Doctor' and The Teller in 'Time Heist'.



Mark Lewis Jones

Shagga (2 episodes, 2011)


"How would you like to die, Tyrion, son of Tywin?"


Game of Thrones

Mark played Shagga, son of Dolf, is a fierce warrior and respected leader of the Stone Crows, one of the hill tribes that live in the foothills of the Mountains of the Moon on the western border of the Vale of Arryn.

Torchwood

Mark played John Ellis, in Out of Time, Series One who after arriving from 1953 finds it hard to adapt.



Mark Gatiss

Tycho Nestoris (2 episodes, 2014-2015)


"Across the Narrow Sea your books are filled with words like 'usurper' and 'madman' and 'blood right'. Here our books are filled with numbers. I prefer the stories they tell. More plain. Less... open to interpretation."

Game of Thrones

Tycho Nestoris works for the Iron Bank of Braavos. He is often the ambassador of the Bank when traveling to Westeros and handles all of the Banks debts.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2007 played Lazarus in 'The Lazarus Experiment', in 2010 provided the voice of Danny Boy in 'Victory of the Daleks', and also in 2011 in 'A Good Man Goes to War', in 2011 played Gantok in 'The Wedding of River Song'.



Gary Pillai

Merchant Captain (2 episodes, 2015)


Game of Thrones

Gary plays a Merchant Captain, as of yet no details about this character but will update in 2015.

Torchwood

In Torchwood, 2006, played Mark Brisco, in 'They Keep Killing Suzie' a murdered victim of Max Trisillian, who was affected by an over dose of retcon given by Suzie Costello over a period of a few years.


Sean Buckley

Old Man (1 episode, 2013)


Game of Thrones

Sean played the Old Man in the episode 'The Rains of Castamere', there's not a lot of detail about this character.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2011, played the Barman in 'The Wedding of River Song'



Rupert Vansittart

Yohn Royce (1 episode, 2014)


 "The beauty of the Vale is matched only by the nobility of its great families. Lady Arryn often told me that you are a rock, Lord Royce."
    Petyr Baelish

  
Game of Thrones

Yohn Royce is lord of Runestone.  Father of Ser Robar Royce who was a ranger in the Night's Watch. 

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who 2005 played General Asquith in 'Aliens of London' and 'World War Three'.



David Verrey

High Septon (1 episode, 2012)


"May the Seven guide the Princess on her journey. May the Mother give her health. May the Crone give her wisdom. May the Warrior give her courage. May the Smith grant her strength..."


Game of Thrones

The High Septon is present during the execution of Sean Bean's character Eddard Stark, in the first season.  David's character was killed by rioters in King's Landing in the same season.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2005, played Joseph Green in 'Aliens of London' and 'World War Three'.



Spencer Wilding

White Walker In Winter is Coming, 2011



Game of Thrones

Spencer plays a White Walker, which is a minor character in the first season.  There is a back story of this mythological race, told in ancient legends and stories dating back to the time of the First Men and Children of the Forest. From what I can gather in the story, the Night's Watch protect the Wall where the White Walkers are seen on the other side, and Winter is Coming, which is a term used for the return of the White Walkers. 

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2011, Spencer played The Creature in 'The God Complex', in 2011 played the Wooden King in 'The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe', in 2013 played Skaldak in 'Cold War'.



David Fynn

Rennick (1 episode, 2012)

 

"Loras Tyrell? He’s prettier than the queen."

Game of Thrones

David plays Rennick, a soldier on sentry duty who appears in only one episode 'Garden of Bones'.  He's stationed at the Stafford Lannister's camp prior to the Battle of Oxcross.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2010, played Marcellus, an Auton posing as a Roman soldier in  'The Pandorica Opens'. 



Robert Goodman

Valyrian Slave (1 episode, 2014)


Game of Thrones

Robert plays a Valyrian slave held in Meereen during Daenerys Targaryen's conquest of the Slaver's Bay.  He appears in the episode 'Oathkeeper'.  There's not really much written about the character.  Although he is only a minor character in the story.

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who 1979, played Mandrel (uncredited) in Part One of 'Nightmare of Eden', in 1980 played uncredited Citizen in 'Full Circle', in 1983 played uncredited Time Lord in Part One of 'Arc of Infinity', in 1986 played Uncredited Crew Member in episodes, 2, 3, 4 and 8 in 'The Trial of a Time Lord', played Loader/Hyperion III Officer again uncredited in episode 9, in episodes 10, 11 and 12 of 'The Trial of a Time Lord, played Hyperion III Officer still uncredited.  In 2014 played Reg in 'Listen'.



Jem Wall

Guymon (1 episode, 2014)


"No one boils a potato better than your mum. She got -"

Game of Thrones

Jem plays Guymon, a Northmen, a minor character that only appears in the episode 'Breaker of Chains.'  He doesn't have much of a background.  Lives with his wife and son in a village close to the Wall.  On his way home for dinner, with his son, his village is set upon by wildings...

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who, 2010 played Michael in 'The Lodger'.





Susan Brown

Septa Mordane (6 episodes, 2011)




Game of Thrones
Susan played Septa Mordane, one of the female clergy of the Faith of the Seven, (women sworn to celibacy who work for noble families).  She taught the daughters of House Stark, how to sew and how to be a lady, although despaired of the tomboy of the household, Arya.  She was killed by Joffrey’s men at arms during the purge of the Stark household. 

Torchwood

In Children of Earth (2009) Susan played Bridget Spears in all five episodes as the personal secretary to John Frobisher.



Paul Herbert (Stunt co-ordinator)

Uncredited Wedding guest for 1 episode 2014.


Game of Thrones

Paul is overall Stunt co-ordinator for 30 episodes (2012-2014).

Doctor Who

In Doctor Who in 2009/2010 was a stunt performer in 'The End of Time' Part One and Part Two.



Jane Espenson

(1 episode, 2011)


Game of Thrones

Jane wrote 'A Golden Crown' with David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, which was the 6th episode in the first season.  Due to her commitment with Torchwood Miracle Day, Jane was unable to write for the 2nd season of Game of Thrones.

Torchwood

Jane wrote episodes for Torchwood: Miracle Day (2011).



Resources:
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