Emmy winner GOT composer signed for prequel House of the Dragon
The award-winning Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi has signed for the Game of Thrones prequel House of Dragon, Home Box Office confirmed media reports.
He is one of the few major names on the Dragon who was also on the previous series, as the cast, writers, and producers moved on after the flagship series concluded in 2019.
Djawadi had earlier won two Emmy awards for his inspired work in the last two seasons of ‘Game of Thrones’ in addition to being nominated twice for his work on HBO’s ‘Westworld’.
The popular art of 46-year-old forced to held Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience global tour back in 2017.
The Night King composer won the Emmy award twice. He also bags the award for the last two seasons of game of thrones. Moreover, he has also been nominated for HBO’s Westworld TV series and three times for the Grammy award in the years 2009, 2018, and 2020 as well.
Besides the GOT world, he is also famous for being a part of Iron Man 2008, Pacific Rim 2013, and Warcraft 2016.
The forthcoming series ‘House of the Dragon’ revolves around a civil war among the House Targaryen in Westeros. It is adapted from George RR Martin’s book ‘Fire and Blood
Meanwhile, House of the Dragon is set several hundred years before the events of Game of Thrones based on Martin’s novel.
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