Star actor Moe Dunford appeared as Stark Messenger in episode “The Prince of Winterfell” of the fantasy drama series Game of Thrones.
Who did Moe Dunford play in Game of Thrones?
Moe played Stark Messenger in the first episode of Game of Thrones.
Moe Dunford Acting Career
Moe Dunford has been an actor for over a decade, and most famous for playing Æthelwulf, King of Wessex, in the historical drama Vikings.
The Dungarvan native is also known for starring as Patrick Fitzgerald in the Irish drama Patrick’s Day.
Moe’s first TV role was in the historical fiction TV series The Tudors, in which he was cast in two episodes as Richard Leland.
Since then, he has appeared in many films including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Nightride, Knuckledust, Angela’s Christmas Wish, Topping Out, Dark Lies the Island, Patrick’s Day, Handsome Devil, The Lodgers, Black ’47, Michael Inside, Rosie, Traders and a few others.
On television, Moe starred in An Crisis, Dublin Murders, Bollywood to Hollywood, Redemption, The Dry, Raw, The Tudors, and Game of Thrones.
For his contributions to the movie industry, Moe has won a number of awards, including three Irish Film & Television Awards, an IFTA, and an EFP Shooting Stars Award at the Berlin Film Festival.