Jason LaVeris Getty Images  It may be easy to keep distance to the brutal violence on Game of Thrones as a spectator, recognizing as much fantastic entertainment. This is not necessarily the case for the actors working on the HBO series, and the impact can be very real.
Kit Harington revealed Variety that he was actually looking for a therapy in his personal life When his character Jon Snow was stabbed on the show, he said he felt "insecure" in the world , (Snow would be known to be revived next season, and even suspect spectators suspected the plot was twisted right after his death.)
After broadcasting this critical moment, Harington felt exposed to so much public inquiry.
"It was not a very good time in my life," said Harington Variety . "I felt that I was the luckiest person in the world when I really felt very vulnerable."
Harington remembers that he had to maintain an "appearance" while people were "Are you dead?" be called on the street.
"I had a shaky time in my life – as I believe Many people do it in their twenties," added the Thrones Star . "At that time I started therapy and I started talking to people, I felt very insecure, and I did not speak with them, I had to feel very grateful for what I have, but I was incredibly worried that I could even act damned. " Fortunately, he now seems to be in a much better place, having completed his work for the team's eighth and final season of Game of Thrones world premiere on April 14th of the HBO.