'Tudors' star joins 'Game of Thrones' cast -- EXCLUSIVE | EW.com

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'Tudors' star joins 'Game of Thrones' cast -- EXCLUSIVE

Natalie Dormer

HBO’s Game of Thrones has made its first casting hire for season 2:

Natalie Dormer, who memorably played the seductive and doomed Anne Boleyn on Showtime’s The Tudors, has been added to the fantasy drama’s regular cast.

Dormer will play Margaery Tyrell, a (minor spoiler alert) beautiful and shrewd young woman from the influential House Tyrell. She’s pledged to marry the late King Robert’s brother, Renly Baratheon, as part of House Tyrell’s support for his bid to seize the Iron Throne from King Joffrey.

In addition to The Tudors (where, appropriately enough for joining the decapitation-filled Thrones, her character was beheaded) Dormer is also appearing in the upcoming Captain America.

UPDATE: Here’s who will play Davos and here’s who is cast for Melisandre and Stannis.

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