Wednesday August 12, 2020

Rage against the machine: Liam Cunningham

As Davos Seaworth in Game of Thrones, actor Liam Cunningham has won the sort of fame he’d never imagined. With the show approaching its final series, he tells Jessie Collins why he won’t be going gently into that good night

15th July, 2018
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Liam Cunningham: ‘I am an activist because I feel I’ve no other choice’#

Liam Cunningham is enraged. As he vapes and sips tea in a quiet corner of the Westbury Hotel in Dublin, it is clear this is a man with something to get off his chest. He is just back from a trip to Juba, the capital city of South Sudan, with the child-focused aid agency World Vision Ireland – an organisation he has become affiliated with over the years. It was a trip that raised his...

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