Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

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17 Apr, 2011
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Winter is Coming

Coster-Waldau appears as Jaime Lannister in the series premiere of Game of Thrones, Winter is Coming. Lena Headey plays his twin sister, Queen Cersei Lannister. Isaac Hempstead-Wright plays Bran, the second son of the Stark noble family. In King’s Landing, Jaime and Cersei watch the body of Jon Arryn, the Hand of the King, being prepared for burial after his mysterious death. Cersei worries that before he died, Jon learned a secret she and Jaime share. Jaime assures her that if he did know, he told noone, or they would both already be dead. The royal party travels north to the Stark stronghold Winterfell, where King Robert Baratheon plans to appoint his friend and advisor Lord Eddard Stark as Hand. As Bran climbs one of Winterfell’s towers, he hears noises from a disused chamber. Looking through the window, he sees Cersei and Jaime engaged in incestuous sex. Realizing they have been seen, Jaime pulls Bran into the window and questions him on his age. Realizing that the 10-year-old Bran is old enough to understand what he saw, Jaime pushes him from the window.

24 Apr, 2011
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The Kingsroad

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the second episode of Game of Thrones, The Kingsroad. Lena Headey plays his twin sister, Queen Cersei Lannister. Peter Dinklage plays their younger brother, the dwarf Tyrion Lannister. At the stronghold of Winterfell, Bran, the second son of the Stark noble family, lies in a coma after falling from a tower. Jaime and Cersei become concerned that their role in Bran’s fall will be revealed after Tyrion informs his brother and sister that Bran is expected regain consciousness. Jaime questions Tyrion, but is assured that Tyrion remains loyal to his family.

1 May, 2011
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Lord Snow

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the third episode of Game of Thrones, Lord Snow. Lena Headey plays his twin sister, Queen Cersei Lannister. Mark Addy plays King Robert Baratheon, while Sean Bean plays Lord Eddard Stark, the Hand of the King. At King’s Landing, Lord Eddard displays his disdain for Jaime for killing former king Aerys Targaryen while serving in the kingsguard. Jaime responds that Aerys had murdered Lord Eddard’s father and brother. The court learns that Lord Eddard’s second son, Bran Stark, has regained consciousness after falling from a tower at his family’s stronghold, and Cersei is concerned that he will reveal her and Jaime’s role in the fall. Jaime tells Cersei that if this is revealed, he will gladly go to war until only the two of them remain alive. Questioned by King Robert over Aerys’s death, Jaime replies that the former king was a murderous madman.

8 May, 2011
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Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the fourth episode of Game of Thrones, Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things. In the Red Keep at King’s Landing, Jaime keeps watch outside King Robert Baratheon’s bedchamber. Jaime is disgusted by Robert’s insistence on bringing women into the bedroom while married to his sister, Queen Cersei Lannister.

15 May, 2011
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The Wolf and the Lion

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the fifth episode of Game of Thrones, The Wolf and the Lion. Sean Bean plays Lord Eddard ‘Ned’ Stark, the Hand of the King. In King’s Landing, Jaime learns that his brother has been taken captive by Lady Catelyn Stark for his suspected involvement in an attempt to murder her son. Knowing that Ned has resigned his position and lost the backing of the king, Jaime and a group of Lannister guardsmen confront Ned and his retainers. Realizing that killing Ned would endanger his brother, Jaime has his guards kill the Stark soldiers, killing one himself with a dagger. He faces Ned in hand-to-hand combat and is surprised by Ned’s strength and skill. As they fight, a Lannister man attacks Ned from behind with a spear, injuring his leg. With Ned unable to continue, the duel ends.

29 May, 2011
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You Win or You Die

nikolaj-coster-waldau-win-or-dieCoster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the seventh episode of Game of Thrones, You Win or You Die. Charles Dance plays Jaime’s father, Lord Tywin Lannister. At the edge of the Riverlands in the centre of Westeros, Lord Tywin has assembled an army to oppose the Stark noble family, headed by Lord Eddard, and the Tully noble family of his wife, Lady Catelyn, for the capture of his youngest son Tyrion. He tells Jaime that the war will determine whether the Lannister family becomes a dynasty that will last a thousand years, or cease to exist. He orders Jaime to take 30,000 men to attack the Tully stronghold Riverrun in order to make Jaime a leader and restore the Lannister family’s honor.

12 Jun, 2011
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Baelor

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the ninth episode of Game of Thrones, Baelor. Richard Madden plays Robb Stark, the commander of the rival Stark armies. In the Riverlands in the centre of Westeros, Robb Stark returns victorious from his battle with the Lannister army at his mother’s ancestral home, Riverrun, bringing the defeated Jaime with him as a prisoner.

19 Jun, 2011
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Fire and Blood

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the tenth episode of Game of Thrones, Fire and Blood. Michelle Fairley plays Lady Catelyn Stark. In the Riverlands, Lady Catelyn visits Jaime as he is held captive by her son, Robb Stark. He taunts her about the death of her husband, Lord Eddard Stark, and she strikes his head with a rock. Jaime tells her that he doesn’t fear death, but Lady Catelyn refuses to strike him again. He admits to pushing her son, Bran Stark, from a tower at the Stark family stronghold and crippling him, but does not reveal the secret that Bran had discovered.

1 Apr, 2012
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The North Remembers

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the first episode of the second season of Game of Thrones, The North Remembers. Richard Madded plays Robb Stark, the commander of the armies of the rival Stark noble family. In the Riverlands in central Westeros, Robb has learned that Jaime is the father of King Joffrey Baratheon by his incestuous relationship with his sister, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister. Robb visits the cell where his army is holding Jaime captive after defeating him in battle, and accuses Jaime of attempting to murder his younger brother, Bran Stark, for discovering the secret.

13 May, 2012
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A Man Without Honor

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the seventh episode of the second season of Game of Thrones, A Man Without Honor. Michelle Fairley plays Lady Catelyn Stark. In the west of the continent of Westeros, Robb Stark’s army makes camp as they continue their campaign to free his younger sisters from their captivity by the Lannisters. In order to escape his imprisonment, Jaime kills a fellow prisoner and then his guard. He is recaptured and brought back to the camp in chains. A Stark loyalist demands Jaime’s execution for the murder of the guard. Realizing that Jaime’s death would place her daughters at risk from reprisals by the Lannisters, Lady Catelyn is forced to intervene in a tense situation to keep him alive.

20 May, 2012
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The Prince of Winterfell

nikolaj-coster-waldau-prince-of-winterfellCoster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the eighth episode of the second season of Game of Thrones, The Prince of Winterfell. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. Intending to ransom the captive Jaime to the Lannisters in return for the release of the Stark noble family’s two daughters, Brienne keeps him under guard as they travel towards King’s Landing.

3 Jun, 2012
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Valar Morghulis

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the tenth episode of the second season of Game of Thrones, Valar Morghulis. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. Brienne and the captive Jaime travel east towards Kin’s Landing, where Brienne plans to ransom Jaime to the Lannisters for the release of the Stark noble family’s daughters. As they travel, they encounter Stark soldiers, and Jaime is recognized. Brienne is forced to kill the soldiers, explaining to Jaime that she is loyal to Lady Catelyn, not the Stark family.

7 Apr, 2013
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Dark Wings, Dark Words

nikolaj-coster-waldau-dark-wings-wordsCoster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the first episode of the second season of Game of Thrones, Dark Wings, Dark Words. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. Brienne marches the captive Jaime east towards King’s Landing, where she intends to ransom him for the release of the Stark noble family’s daughters. After encountering a farmer on the road, the pair fear they have been recognized. Jaime uses the distraction to seize a sword from Brienne, however she defeats him in a duel. As they fight, a group of soldiers allied to the Starks appear. They refuse to negotiate, and take the pair captive.

10 Apr, 2013
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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau interview

Interview

Coster-Waldau visits Conan to talk about Game of Thrones and being able to attend events that recognize the show. He also discusses why his character, Jamie Lannister, has been unkempt lately and also shares an awkward encounter with George Clooney.

I was dying – I just had to go to the restroom. And finally, it’s over and I’m just running out there and it’s packed with people. And all the urinals are taken, but then I spot – there’s stall there, the door was open, and “I’m gonna go, I’m not gonna let anyone get there”, because I was dying. And then this guy is in there, and then I just go for it – I didn’t know he was in there – the door was open. And so I just go for it, he was standing, I’m pretty sure there was spillage, and I said sorry, and he said sorry, and I go “Oh my God, that’s George Clooney.”

Jaime Lannister Looks Just Like Prince Charming From "Shrek" – CONAN on TBS

14 Apr, 2013
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Walk of Punishment

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the third episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, Walk of Punishment. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. In the Riverlands province of Westeros, Jaime and Brienne are held captive by soldiers allied to the Stark noble family. As the soldiers attempt to rape Brienne, Jaime convinces their leader, Locke, that she is of noble heritage and that her family will pay a ransom if she is unharmed. Jaime attempts to bribe Locke to release him, but Locke states that the Lannister family will never make a deal with sworn enemies. In order to subdue Jaime, he maims Jaime’s right hand.

21 Apr, 2013
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And Now His Watch Is Ended

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the fourth episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, And Now His Watch Is Ended. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. Brienne and Jaime travel north towards the Stark family’s armies after being captured by soldiers of a Stark ally. Their captors torture Jaime as they ride, forcing him to wear his severed right hand on a string around his neck as it decomposes, and refusing him water. As they camp, Jaime refuses to eat, saying that he would rather die than live without his sword hand. Brienne retorts that this is the first time he has encountered genuine loss, and convinces him to stay alive.

28 Apr, 2013
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Kissed By Fire

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the fifth episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, Kissed By Fire. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. Michael McElhatton plays Roose Bolton, a northern lord who is allied to the Stark noble family. Jaime and Brienne are held captive by Roose at Harrenhal castle in the Riverlands in central Westeros, and the wound where Jaime’s right hand was amputated is treated. Roose informs Jaime that King’s Landing has come under attack but that twin his sister, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister, is safe. As the prisoners recover from their journey, Jaime explains to Brienne why he is known as the Kingslayer. He states that while serving in the kingsguard during the rebellion against Aerys Targaryen, known as the Mad King, Jaime was ordered to kill his own father, after which Aerys planned to burn the capital. To justify his action, Jaime states that noone would accept an order to kill their father and then stand by as many innocent people died.

5 May, 2013
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The Climb

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the sixth episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, The Climb. Michael McElhatton plays Roose Bolton, a northern lord allied to the Stark armies. At the castle of Harrenhal in the Riverlands in central Westeros, Roose tells Jaime that as restitution for the amputation of his hand by Bolton men, he will be freed from captivity and sent home to King’s Landing.

12 May, 2013
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The Bear and the Maiden Fair

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the seventh episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, The Bear and the Maiden Fair. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. At the castle of Harrenhal in the Riverlands in central Westeros, Jaime and Brienne are held captive by soldiers loyal to the northern lord Roose Bolton, who is allied to the Stark noble family. As retribution for the amputation of his hand by Bolton men, Jaime is allowed to leave for King’s Landing escorted by Bolton soldiers. After departing, Jaime inquires what will happen to Brienne. He is informed that an attempt by Brienne’s father to ransom her has failed, and that the Bolton soldiers plan to use her for entertainment. Returning to Harrenhal, he finds the men forcing Brienne to fight a bear. Knowing that Roose will not risk harming such a valuable captive, Jaime leaps into the bearpit himself, forcing the soldiers to kill the bear. He is able to secure Brienne’s release, and they depart for King’s Landing.

9 Jun, 2013
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Mhysa

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the tenth episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, Mhysa. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. Lena Headey plays Queen Regent Cersei Lannister, Jaime’s twin sister. After their release from captivity by allies of the Stark noble family, Jaime and Brienne arrive in King’s Landing. At the Red Keep, Jaime is reunited with Cersei after more than a year in captivity, and she is shocked to find that he has lost his hand.

6 Apr, 2014
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Two Swords

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the first episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, Two Swords. Charles Dance plays Lord Tywin Lannister. Lena Headey plays Jaime’s twin sister, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. At King’s Landing, Jaime is reunited with his family after a year of captivity by the Stark noble family. Lord Tywin presents Jaime with a Valyrian sword. He demands that Jaime leave the kingsguard and marry in order to become his heir. In order to remain close to Cersei, Jaime refuses, and his father informs him that he is disinherited. Cersei presents Jaime with a golden prosthetic to replace his amputated right hand, but indicates that she has taken other lovers and their relationship is no longer the same. Jaime clashes with King Joffrey Baratheon, who is unaware that he is Jaime’s son from his incestuous relationship with Cersei. He discusses with Brienne whether he will keep a promise of returning Sansa Stark, the oldest daughter of the Stark noble family, to her mother.

13 Apr, 2014
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The Lion and the Rose

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the second episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, The Lion and the Rose. Lena Headey plays Jaime’s twin sister, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister. Peter Dinklage plays their younger brother, Tyrion. Jack Gleeson plays King Joffrey Baratheon, the oldest son of Jaime and Cersei’s incestuous relationship. At King’s Landing, preparations are made for Joffrey’s wedding to Margaery Tyrell, in order to cement an alliance between the powerful Lannister and Tyrell noble houses. Throughout the wedding, Joffrey repeatedly humiliates Tyrion, forcing him to serve as his cupbearer. As Joffrey drinks a cup of wine, he begins to choke and convulse. Jaime and Cersei rush to aid him, but they are too late. As he dies, Joffrey points an accusing finger at Tyrion, who is taken under arrest for his murder.

20 Apr, 2014
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Breaker of Chains

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the third episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, Breaker of Chains. Lena Headey plays Jaime’s twin sister and the mother of his children, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister. Cersei mourns the death of her son, King Joffrey Baratheon, in his funeral chamber. Jaime enters and sends away the attendants, hoping to comfort Cersei alone. He attempts physical intimacy, but she refuses him, saying that ‘it isn’t right.’ Jaime responds, ‘I don’t care,’ and the two have sex.

27 Apr, 2014
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Oathkeeper

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the fourth episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, Oathkeeper. Peter Dinklage plays Jaime’s younger brother, Tyrion Lannister. Gwendoline Christie plays Brienne of Tarth, a female soldier loyal to Lady Catelyn Stark. In King’s Landing, Jaime visits Tyrion in his cell as he awaits trial for the murder of King Joffrey Baratheon, Jaime’s son by his incestuous relationship with his twin sister, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister. Tyrion is able to convince Jaime of his innocence, however they agree that the trial will likely find Tyrion guilty. Tyrion tells Jaime that Sansa Stark, his wife by forced marriage, is also wanted for regicide but is innocent. Jaime asks Brienne to find Sansa and keep her safe, giving Brienne a suit of armour and his own Valyrian steel sword to help her quest.

11 May, 2014
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The Laws Of Gods And Men

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the  episode of the season of Game of Thrones, The Laws of Gods and Men. Peter Dinklage plays Tyrion Lannister, the youngest son of the Lannister noble family. Charles Dance plays Lord Tywin Lannister. As Tyrion’s trial for regicide progresses, Jaime approaches his father to intercede. Jaime tells Tywin that if Tyrion is spared, he will leave the kingsguard and marry, in order to become Tywin’s heir. Tywin agrees, and says that if Tyrion pleads guilty he will be allowed to live, and must join the Night’s Watch at the Wall of Westeros.

18 May, 2014
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Mockingbird

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the seventh episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, Mockingbird. Peter Dinklage plays his younger brother, Tyrion Lannister. At King’s Landing, Tyrion has requested a trial by combat to allow the gods to determine if he is guilty of regicide. Jaime visits Tyrion in his cell and is forced to tell him that due to the loss of his sword hand, he cannot act as Tyrion’s champion.

1 Jun, 2014
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The Mountain And The Viper

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the eighth episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, The Mountain And The Viper. Peter Dinklage plays Tyrion Lannister, Jaime’s younger brother. Jaime visits Tyrion in his cell for a last drink before Tyrion’s trial by combat, and wishes him luck in the ordeal. As the trial commences Tyrion’s champion, Prince Oberyn Martell, initially gains the upper hand. However the prosecution’s champion, Ser Gregor Clegane, is able to win the duel in brutally violent fashion. A shocked Jaime and Tyrion realize that Tyrion is now under a sentence of death.

15 Jun, 2014
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The Children

Coster-Waldau appears as Ser Jaime Lannister in the tenth episode of the fourth season of Game of Thrones, The Children. Lena Headey plays Jaime’s twin sister, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister. Peter Dinklage plays their younger brother, Tyrion Lannister. In King’s Landing, Tyrion remains in his cell awaiting the death penalty for regicide. Jaime and Cersei discuss Tyrion’s conviction, and how Cersei still blames him for the death of their mother when he was an infant. Cersei tells Jaime that she has confessed their incestuous relationship to their father, and says she chooses Jaime over everyone else and doesn’t care who knows their secret. The two have sex. That night, Jaime frees Tyrion from his cell and tells him that a ship is waiting and will take him to the continent of Essos. The two embrace and say goodbye.

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