Game of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead Wright is proud a 'disabled character' was crowned king - and says he liked the controversial ending

He played the all-knowing Three Eyed Raven in Game of Thrones.

But Isaac Hempstead Wright has revealed he did not expect his character, Bran Stark, to ascend to the Iron Throne in the divisive season finale. 

The 20-year-old British actor told 9Honey he was nonetheless pleased that a 'disabled character' was crowned king.

'It's brilliant': Game of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead Wright is proud that his 'disabled character' was crowned king in the divisive season finale

'It's brilliant': Game of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead Wright is proud that his 'disabled character' was crowned king in the divisive season finale

Having joined the cast of Game of Thrones when he was 12, Isaac didn't have the 'slightest inkling' that the youngest living Stark would become King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men. 

'Nobody thought it was going to be Bran - least of all me! So I didn't even have a slight inkling,' he said. 

Isaac also spoke of his pride at Bran representing the disabled community on screen.

'What are the odds of that?' Having joined the cast of Game of Thrones when he was 12, Isaac didn't have the 'slightest inkling' that the youngest living Stark would become King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men. Pictured on November 18 in London

'What are the odds of that?' Having joined the cast of Game of Thrones when he was 12, Isaac didn't have the 'slightest inkling' that the youngest living Stark would become King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men. Pictured on November 18 in London

'I think it's brilliant to have a disabled character win the whole game. What are the odds of that? There are dragons and all these other things going on and Bran comes out on top, it was really special,' he said.

He was particularly happy that his character went from 'Bran the Broken' to 'The Lord of the Six Kingdoms'.

'In the very first episode, you think he's toast, he's dead,' he explained, referring to when Bran was pushed out a window by Jaime Lannister.  

The Iron Throne: Isaac was particularly happy that his character went from 'Bran the Broken' to 'The Lord of the Six Kingdoms'. Pictured on November 18 in London

The Iron Throne: Isaac was particularly happy that his character went from 'Bran the Broken' to 'The Lord of the Six Kingdoms'. Pictured on November 18 in London

'He goes from being this vulnerable character to the most powerful there is,' he added.

Isaac revealed that he liked the controversial ending, but acknowledged that it would have been impossible for the writers to please everybody. 

'I think the thing to remember is Game of Thrones isn't a superhero movie, it's not all going to be tied up in a neat bow when you find out everything about all these people, that's not how it works,' he said.   

Isaac grew up on screen, having joined the cast of Game of Thrones when he was just 12
Isaac grew up on screen, having joined the cast of Game of Thrones when he was just 12

Isaac grew up on screen, having joined the cast of Game of Thrones when he was just 12 

GOT's Isaac Hempstead Wright is proud a 'disabled character' was crowned king

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