Richard Madden, who played Robb Stark on 'Game of Thrones,' hasn't watched the series finale yet

Good Morning AmericaRichard Madden is also starring in the film ‘Rocketman.’
  • Actor Richard Madden appeared on “Good Morning America” Thursday morning to promote his new film, the Elton John biopic “Rocketman.”
  • During the appearance, he was asked whether he had seen the series finale of “Game of Thrones”, which he starred on for three seasons, playing the character of Robb Stark.
  • Madden said he hadn’t seen the final episode, but that it had been spoiled for him already.
  • Warning: “Game of Thrones” spoilers ahead.
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Richard Madden played the popular character of Robb Stark for three seasons on “Game of Thrones,” but he has yet to see the final episode.

The Scottish actor was asked about the “GoT” finale during an appearance on “Good Morning America” Thursday, where he was promoting his new film “Rocketman.”

“I’ve been busy running about, doing things, so I’ve not had the chance to. But it’s been spoiled quite a few times for me already,” he said.

18 robb starkHBOMadden played Robb Stark on ‘Game of Thrones’ for three seasons.

In the final episode, Robb Stark’s youngest brother, Bran, becomes king. Madden said he was “totally surprised” when this fact was spoiled to him.

“I’ll have to watch it now and see how he ended up there,” Madden said.

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Since his character died on “Game of Thrones” in season three, Madden’s career has taken off. He’s gone on to star in the 2016 live-action remake of “Cinderella” and he played a DJ in the popular Netflix romantic comedy “Ibiza.” In January, he won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Drama Television Series category for his role in the BBC series “Bodyguard.”

He plays John Reid, Elton John’s music manager and lover, in “Rocketman,” which hits theatres May 31.

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