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Iain Glen a.k.a. Jorah Mormont May Not Survive In 'Game Of Thrones Season 7'

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"Game of Thrones" season 7 will be back on television this summer, however, Iain Glen who has portrayed the role of Ser Jorah Mormont has discussed his role in the upcoming second to last season of the Epic fantasy drama by HBO. The actor has given hint on how his character may not be able to live enough to see the end.

With only hand full of characters left in the series and final showdown is expected shortly, Glenn talked about his character and how he may die in the seventh season following his Greyscale infection. During the interview with the Stuff, the 56-year-old actor said that he loves playing Jorah Mormont. "There is quite a high death count in "Game of Thrones" and they don't blanch at removing favorite characters. They just get rid of them in a very brutal way. My end may well be close but so far I am doing ok," said Glen.

According to the Screen Rant, Mormont has been an important character in the TV drama and a trustworthy companion for Daenerys Targaryen since the first season. But in the sixth season, the mother of Dragon ordered him to go away and find the cure for the greyscale he has been infected with during his Run with Tyrion Lannister.

The fate of Jorah Mormont is certainly a mystery, which will only be revealed after the show will be premiered. But there are several speculations that he may return to Daenerys after finding the cure. And with only Jon Snow, Mother of Dragons and Cersei Lannister left to chase the Iron Throne, it would be really interesting to see Jorah return and backing his Khaleesi to conquer.

Fans would certainly love to see Jorah again as he could be useful in the fight against the army of the dead, reports Bustle. "Game of Thrones" Season 7 will return on HBO on July 16.

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