Isaac Hempstead Wright, 20 has played Bran Stark since Game of Thrones first launched back in 2011.
Bran, who is now a completely different person having evolved into the Three-Eyed-Raven, will certainly be a main feature in the last ever episode of the show.
But the actor has admitted when he read the script for the finale, he asked himself what was happening.
Revealing his reaction to the highly-anticipated episode, he told Glamour magazine: “There were so many emotions when I first read it.
I was just thinking, ‘what is happening here?’
Isaac Hempstead Wright
“When I received the script, I was at University, so I spent six to seven hours reading though it and not talking to anyone.”
Isaac revealed he had to digest the news by walking around his room.
He continued: “There was one point when I was reading part of the finale where I had to physically get up and walk around the room a bit.
“I was just thinking, ‘what is happening here?’”
He added: “There were a couple of big moments like that!”
Isaac also spoke about what characters in Game of Thrones made the biggest mistakes in the show.
“The clever thing about Game of Thrones is pretty much all the characters are flawed and have made mistakes,” he divulged.
“They have all done something wrong at some stage and that makes them the characters they are now.”
Isaac said Bran made one fundamental mistake himself, which resulted in the death of his pal, Hood (played by Kristian Nairn).
He said: “In terms of mistakes I think Bran has made some pretty big ones! The one that lead to the killing of Hodor that was a pretty big screw up!”
Hodor sacrificed his own life in season six by holding the door to give Bran and Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick) extra time to escape from the Night King and the White Walkers.
Isaac also mentioned Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) and added: “Maybe Theon, he’s made some massive errors in judgement, but he had redemption in his final episode.”
The trailer teasing the last ever episode in the series sees Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia clarke) address her army following the battle at King’s Landing.
Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) and Arya Stark (Maisie William) appear in shock as they walk around the wreckage, which was torched by Deanerys’ dragon.
Will the Mother of Dragons be crowned the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms? Or will there be one last shocking twist to end the series?
Game of Thrones season eight, episode six airs tonight at 9pm on HBO and is simulcast on Sky Atlantic at 2am.
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