Irish actor Liam Cunningham has been confirmed as a guest star in the next season of the BBC’s Merlin.
Cunningham is currently starring in HBO’s Game of Thrones as Davos Seaworth, and he’s no stranger to Arthurian legend as he has also guest starred in the ill-fated Camelot alongside Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green.
Last week Cunningham dropped a couple of massive hints about his Merlin guest slot on Twitter, the BBC confirmed the rumours a few days later. Cunningham last worked with the BBC playing president Richard Tate in the excellent Outcasts sci-fi show.
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