If you thought Ned Starks death in the Game of Thrones season one finale was as brutal as it can get, you were sadly mistaken.
Sean Bean has officially been named as the actor with the sixth-highest death rate in showbusiness, being killed off in almost everything hes signed up to.
From Lord of The Rings to Game of Thrones, Seans days are usually numbered.
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But after Ned was beheaded, rather than wallowing in bowing out early in what was to become the biggest show on the planet, the 60-year-old and the Game of Thrones crew had a game of kick-about with the befallen Lord of Winterfells head.
Appearing on The Jonathan Ross Show, Sean dismissed any suggestions his last day in Westeros as particularly poignant.
Not really, I filmed the death scene, I get beheaded, its very sudden, I didnt have a lot of time to prepare. Just a normal day, bacon and eggs, stuff like that, cup of tea and that were it… I was kneeling there, they dont damage you in any way… they threw my dummy head on the floor, he began.
I wanted to [keep it] and they said they were going to give it to me, but they never did. Conan OBrien had it last…
Or at least whats left of it.
Er… I think I started messing about with it a bit. And then [the crew] took it a bit further, start throwing it, then started booting it, he grinned.
Also appearing on tomorrow nights Jonathan Ross Show, Liam Gallagher invites his estranged brother Noel to his wedding and opens up about their humongous fallout which caused the end of Oasis as we know it.
The Jonathan Ross Show airs tomorrow night at 10.30pm on ITV. Game of Thrones seasons one to seven are available to stream on NOW TV.
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