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The death of Jon Snow on “trò chơi of Thrones” was tough on some viewers, but sounds to have been even rougher on the man who played hyên.

Kit Harington recently talked to Variety about anxiety he’s experienced in the Snow role, particularly when his character was killed off và then resurrected.

“My darkest period was when the show seemed lớn become so much about Jon, when he died và came baông xã,” Harington said. “I really didn’t lượt thích the focus of the whole show coming onlớn Jon – even though it was invalidating my problem about being the weak link because things were about Jon.”

Harington’s character on the HBO fantasy series was killed in the Season 5 finale, but brought back. (HBO và nói qua the same parent company).

Viewer reaction khổng lồ the plot twist was intense.

“When you become the cliffhanger of a TV show, và a TV show probably at the height of its power, the focus on you is f—ing terrifying,” Harington said.

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The actor told Variety that when it was all happening, “It wasn’t a very good time in my life.”

“I felt I had to feel that I was the most fortunate person in the world, when actually, I felt very vulnerable,” he said. “I had a shaky time in my life around there – like I think a lot of people do in their 20s.”

Harington said it led hyên to lớn seek help.

“That was a time when I started therapy, & started talking to people,” he said. “I had felt very unsafe, và I wasn’t talking lớn anyone. I had lớn feel very grateful for what I have sầu, but I felt incredibly concerned about whether I could even f—ing act.”

Harington likened the experience to lớn “when you’re at a party, & the party’s getting better & better. Then you reach this point of the các buổi party where you’re like, it’s peaked.”

“I don’t know what I could find more from this. You realize, well, there isn’t more,” Harington said. “This is it. And the ‘more’ that you can find is actually in the work rather than the enjoyment surrounding it.”