As a character, Games of Thrones stable boy (and friend of Bran Stark) Hodor doesn’t have much to say, except for his own name. Turns out it’s not even his real name, though everyone thinks it is. But in real life, hulking Kristian Nairn, the actor who plays him, does all his talking on the turntables as a DJ who’s played alongside the likes of the Scissor Sisters. No surprise then, to learn that he’s also a major pop-culture nerd.
When Nairn brought his Rave of Thrones tour to the Church last Friday night to show off his other job, costumed fans turned out, as captured in these images by photographer Brandon Marshall,
Now see the full Rave of Thrones slide show.
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