|Played by||Richard E. Grant|
|TV series||Game of Thrones: Season 6|
Izembaro, also called the King of the Mummers and Izembaro the Great, is a mummer from Braavos. He is the founder and leader of the group of mummers at The Gate.
In the television adaptation Game of Thrones, Izembaro is portrayed by Richard E. Grant.
Appearance and Character
A fat mummer, Izembaro only wants to portray kings in his plays lately. Izembaro gives his troupe advice as to how to please the Gate's crowd during their performances. These “wisdoms” include "You have to please the pit" and "Always give them something they haven't seen before".
A Dance with Dragons
The kindly man, one of the Faceless Men, announces to Arya Stark she is to be sent for her first apprenticeship to Izembaro to continue her training.
The Winds of Winter
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Izembaro and his group of mummers portray a new play written by Phario Forel, named The Bloody Hand. Izembaro will play the role of King Robert Baratheon in this play. He loses his crown an hour before the show starts, and after Arya has retrieved it for him from the privy where he had left it, he loses his boar spear.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Winds of Winter, Chapter , Mercy.
- ↑ A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 64, The Ugly Little Girl.