Game of Thrones Stars mourns the death of Diana Rigg, the show's 'true queen'


British actress Diana Rigg's co-star is paying a heartfelt tribute on social media after her death at the age of 82.

Game of Thrones Stars mourns the death of Diana Rigg, the show's 'true queen'


She became famous on the 1960s TV show Avengers and recently won fans of Game of Thrones, including James Bond and Doctor Who play a role along the way. During his long career, he has won numerous Emmy, Tony and BAFTA Awards, along with several classic theater roles, as well as popular TV shows.

According to the BBC's agent, Rigg died peacefully at home with his family.

On Game of Thrones, she played Olenna Tyrell, Queen of Thorns, and was responsible for many of the most memorable lines of the hit fancy show.

Rigg is being paid tribute to her co-stars, including Pedro Pascal (O'Brien Martel), who hailed her as the "true queen of Westeros."

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who played Jim Leinster, expressed happiness: "She always carries this bar with her incredible abilities, intelligence and genius. It's an absolute pleasure and honor to work with her."

HBO's official Game of Thrones account tweeted: "Become a dragon, the circle will always remember Diana Rigg."

Rigg's last film role will be in Edgar Wright's psychological horror list Night in Soho, which is set to release in April 2021.

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