Game of Thrones actor is also star of the Var

British actor James Faulkner is best known as Randyll Tarly in the popular Game of Thrones series but he has also made a success of his move to France.

He now plays an important role for his village in the Var.

Last month, he showed his recent film Paul, Apostle of Christ, in which he plays the saint, to 100 residents and took the opportunity to meet and debate with the local community.

He was asked to join the village Armistice celebrations last November, where he read a poem from English poet and First World War soldier Wilfred Owen.

In the film ‘Paul the Apostle of Christ’

Mr Faulkner, 70, told Connexion: “I like to participate in village life. I spend as much time here as possible.

“I do my shopping, I buy my newspapers… and sometimes I am on the front cover. My newsagent tells me, ah, this is the star of the village! And I say ...

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