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Paul Kaye stars in "Game of Thrones" on HBO as Thoros of Myr, who is a key member of the outlaw band known as the Brotherhood Without Banners and is a Red Priest, in service of the Lord of Light, and originally hails from the Free City of Myr, in Essos.

Comedian Paul Kaye exploded on British television way back in 1995 in the comedy "Very Important Pennis," as Dennis Pennis, a shock interviewer whose mocking style terrorized celebrity victims on both sides of the Atlantic. Since then Kaye has created an eclectic resumé for himself in television, film and theater, appearing in hits such as "Spaced" (Chanel 4), two series of BBC's "Perfect World," the leading role of Kenny Marsh in three series of BBC's successful "Two Thousand Acres of Sky," "Waking the Dead" (BBC), "Down to Earth" (BBC), "Miss Marple" (Granada), "Hustle" (BBC), "Eastenders" (BBC), "Hotel Babylon" (Carnival / BBC) and two series in the Stephen Fry smash "Kingdom" (ITV), to name a few.

Kaye starred alongside Johnny Vegas, James Cromwell, Imelda Staunton and Vince Vaughn in the Mel Smith directed "Blackball," and then in 2005 he took the role of deaf DJ Frankie Wilde in the mockumentary "It's All Gone Pete Tong" which won eleven awards worldwide, including Best Film at the Toronto Film Festival and Best Actor for Kaye at the HBO Comedy Awards.

Other film credits include "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London" (MGM), "Spivs" (Carnaby Films), Woody Allen's "Matchpoint," opposite Scarlett Johanssen, "Waz" (Vertigo Films) directed by Tom Shankland, "Cass" (Optimum Films), and "The Big I Am" (Cinematic Productions).

Paul had the opportunity to take to London's West End, appearing in "Dinner," opposite Harriet Walter, at The Wyndhams Theatre to rave reviews.

Recently Paul worked on the second series of his hugely successful British MTV series "Strutter" playing the title role of Mike Strutter. He also starred in the hit Channel 5 series "Angelo's"; series 2 of BBC's comedy "Pulling"; opposite Timothy Spall in ITV's two-part thriller "Gunrush"; "Pa's" (BBC); "Midsomer Murders" (Bentley Productions for ITV); the new series of "Katy Brands Big Ass Show" (ITV), and series 4 of Channel 4's huge hit "Skins."

Most recently Paul has worked on the films "Murder in Mind" (White Feather Films), "Malice in Wonderland" (2B Pictures), "The Infidel" (Met Films) and "Eating Dust" (Jinx Films).

For television he has worked with Ruth Jones on her BBC comedy "A Child's Christmases in Wales" playing Uncle Gorwel, and continues to voice various characters in BBC's "We Are Mongrels."

Kaye has won various awards including Arena Magazine's Comedian of the Year 2008 and the Loaded Lafta Best Television Personality Award. He recently hosted FilmFour's "Films to See Before You Die."

Paul recently created the role of Mr. Wormwood in the smash hit production of Roald Dahl's "Matilda" at both Stratford and the Westend at the Cambridge Theatre.


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Height: 6' 0"
Birthplace: Clapham, London, England, UK
Wife: Orly Katz

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