Ser Jaime Lannister, ältester Sohn von Lord Tywin Lannister und Zwillingsbruder von Königin Cersei Lannister, gehört zur königlichen Leibgarde. Sein Können. The Game of Thrones Jaime Lannister Figure features the young lion in his gold Kingsguard armor. This figure is the perfect addition to your collection, though. Ser Jaime Lennister (im Original: Jaime Lannister), auch "Königsmörder" (im Original: Kingslayer.
Nikolaj Coster-WaldauJaime is the eldest son of Tywin, younger twin brother of Cersei, and older brother of Tyrion Lannister. He is also involved in an incestuous sexual relationship with. Jaime Lannister ist eine fiktive Figur in der Reihe A Song of Ice and Fire von Fantasy-Romanen des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones, in der er vom dänischen Schauspieler Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Ser Jaime Lennister (im Original: Jaime Lannister), auch "Königsmörder" (im Original: Kingslayer.
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Jaime reveals to Brienne the truth about why he killed the Mad King Aerys during Robert's Rebellion. Roose Bolton lets Jaime return to King's Landing but insists on keeping Brienne prisoner for abetting treason, though Jaime ultimately returns to rescue Brienne from being killed by a bear for Locke's amusement.
The two return to King's Landing and Jaime is reunited with Cersei. Tywin gifts Jaime a Valyrian steel sword forged from House Stark's ancestral sword, Ice, and asks him to resign from the Kingsguard and rule Casterly Rock, disowning him when he refuses.
Qyburn fits Jaime with a gilded steel hand, while Tyrion arranges for Jaime to have sword lessons with his bodyguard Bronn. After their son Joffrey is poisoned at his own wedding, Cersei initially refuses to resume their relationship.
The two later proceed to having angry sex in front of Joffrey's body. Jaime gifts Tywin's sword to Brienne, as well as the services of Tyrion's squire Podrick Payne.
Jaime tasks her to find and protect Sansa Stark. With Tyrion accused of Joffrey's murder, Jaime refuses to believe his brother is guilty. Jaime convinces Tywin to spare Tyrion in return for leaving the Kingsguard, though Tyrion later chooses trial by combat.
Tyrion loses the trial and is sentenced to death, but Jaime releases him from his cell and helps him escape to Essos. Cersei guilts Jaime for releasing Tyrion, and Jaime later admits to Bronn that he intends to kill Tyrion the next time they meet.
When a message arrives from Martells subtly threatening Myrcella as revenge for Prince Oberyn Martell's death in Tyrion's trial by combat, Jaime and Bronn travel to Dorne in secret to retrieve her.
As they make their escape they are accosted by Oberyn's bastard daughters, the Sand Snakes, and engage in a fight before all five are arrested by the Water Gardens' palace guards.
Doran Martell realises that the message was sent by Oberyn's paramour Ellaria Sand and decides to send Myrcella and his own son Trystane back to King's Landing with Jaime as a peace offering between the two houses.
As the ship sets sail, Myrcella admits to Jaime that she has always known he is her father, and that she feels happy knowing this.
The two share a brief embrace before Myrcella suddenly collapses and dies, having been poisoned by Ellaria.
Jaime returns to King's Landing with Myrcella's corpse. He orders Trystane to stay on the boat outside the city to protect him from Cersei's wrath, and sends word to Doran naming Ellaria as Myrcella's killer.
After Doran receives this news, Ellaria promptly kills Doran, sends Obara and Nymeria to King's Landing to kill Trystane, and seizes control of Dorne.
At Myrcella's funeral, Jaime confronts the religious leader, the High Sparrow, for having forced Cersei to walk naked through the streets of King's Landing as punishment for adultery, but is forced to stand down at the arrival of the Faith Militant.
Jaime enlists the Tyrell army to march on the Sept of Baelor to secure the release of Margaery and Loras Tyrell. However, they find that Margaery has seemingly become a follower of the High Sparrow and that Tommen has forged an alliance with the Faith Militant.
As punishment for taking up arms against the Faith, Jaime is removed from the Kingsguard. He is sent to Riverrun with Bronn to assist House Frey in reclaiming the castle from Brynden "Blackfish" Tully and the occupying Tully forces.
After a failed parlay, Brienne arrives and implores both Jaime and the Blackfish to end the siege without bloodshed, so the Tully rebels can help Sansa Stark retake Winterfell.
Brienne fails in this task, therefore Jaime tries to peacefully persuade Edmure into surrendering the castle. Seeing that Edmure refuses to cooperate, he threatens that his son will be sent to him via catapult, which finally makes him agree to his terms of surrender.
Edmure is released and promptly opens the gates to the Lannisters, and Jaime manages to resolve the siege without loss of life.
Jaime sees Brienne and Podrick fleeing by boat from the castle walls, but only waves a discreet farewell and does not alert his men.
After traveling to House Frey's fortress The Twins for a feast to celebrate their victory at Riverrun, Jaime returns to King's Landing.
Upon arrival, he is horrified to discover that the Great Sept of Baelor has been destroyed in a wildfire explosion, with the majority of House Tyrell and the entire Faith Militant killed in the attack.
He returns to the Red Keep in time to witness Cersei being crowned as Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, immediately realizing that Cersei wiped out every high-ranking rival in the explosion in order to acquire her new power.
Despite his discomfort at the circumstances leading to Cersei's coronation, Jaime remains loyal to his sister, with Daenerys Targaryen and her forces sailing on Westeros.
Cersei agrees to marry Euron Greyjoy after the war against Daenerys is won, but continues her relationship with Jaime, no longer attempting to hide their intimacy from their servants.
Jaime negotiates with Randyll Tarly to pledge allegiance to the Lannisters, and with the help of House Tarly's forces he leads the Lannister army to defeat the Tyrell army at Highgarden.
The Tyrell family matriarch, Lady Olenna, had defected to Daenerys following Cersei's role in the death of the other Tyrells. In the aftermath of the battle, Jaime allows Olenna a painless suicide-via-poison, rather than the torturous death Cersei had ordered.
Before dying, Olenna reveals she was responsible for poisoning Joffrey. As the Lannister forces return to King's Landing via road, they are ambushed by Daenerys' Dothraki forces.
Their army is nearly completely destroyed in the attack, until Bronn temporarily wounds Drogon with a scorpion ballista. Jaime attempts a desperate, horseback lance charge on the dismounted Daenerys, but only escapes being burnt to death when Bronn intervenes.
The two men plunge into the Blackwater Rush, and are carried downstream, away from the carnage of Daenerys' victory. They return to King's Landing, where Jaime warns Cersei of certain defeat should Daenerys escalate the conflict.
Cersei is not entirely convinced of that or Olenna's confession. Bronn takes Jaime to the Red Keep cellars under the pretense of more training.
However, Tyrion now Hand to Daenerys after his journey in Essos is there for a parley. Tyrion wants a truce between the two queens in order to form an alliance against the White Walkers, as well as a meeting between Daenerys and Cersei to present evidence of the danger.
Jaime is convinced by Tyrion and relays the message to Cersei, who is skeptical, but remains adamant that the Lannisters will prevail against any foe.
She also reveals that she is pregnant with Jaime's child. At the meeting in King's Landing, Jon Snow and the Hound present an undead wight to Cersei's court, and Jamie realizes the impending doom.
After some persuasion from Tyrion, Cersei relents to sending the Lannister forces north against the Army of the Dead. However, Cersei reveals to Jaime that she had no intention of sending the Lannister army north to assist in the fight.
Instead, she has ordered Euron Greyjoy to travel to Essos and retrieve the Golden Company, an army of sellswords, and wait for the Northern forces to be weakened or eliminated.
Upon learning this, Jaime decides to head North alone, and leaves King's Landing as winter arrives.
Jaime arrives in Winterfell and encounters Bran, who has been waiting for him in the courtyard. He is visibly shocked to see the Stark boy again.
Brought before Daenerys and the Northern lords, Jaime justifies his actions against the Starks and Targaryens as being in service to House Lannister.
Brienne vouches for Jaime, citing his protection of her from Roose Bolton's soldiers, and Sansa and Jon Snow let him live. Afterwards, Jaime speaks to Bran alone in the Godswood and apologizes for trying to kill him; however, Bran holds no anger towards Jaime for his deeds.
Jaime also speaks with Brienne and declares that he wishes to fight under her command in the upcoming battle against the White Walkers.
Later, drinking with Brienne and others before battle, Jaime knights Brienne. Jaime fights the Army of the Dead in the Battle of Winterfell alongside Brienne and the others; both survive as the living win.
After the battle, Jaime shares an intimate moment with Brienne. After learning that Daenerys' army are planning to seize King's Landing and execute Cersei, Jaime ignores Brienne's pleas and leaves for King's Landing to aid his sister.
Daenerys' forces capture him on the road, but Tyrion frees him so that he can surrender on Cersei's behalf and take her away from King's Landing and Westeros.
Jaime enters King's Landing during the battle between Daenerys' and Cersei's forces. As the city falls, Euron attacks and grievously wounds Jaime, but Jaime manages to kill him.
Jaime reunites with Cersei in the Red Keep - the pair are killed when the dungeon vaults of the castle collapse over them during the sacking of the city.
In the series finale, titled " The Iron Throne ", Tyrion discovers Jaime and Cersei's bodies buried under the rubble in the crypt under the Red Keep and, in his grief, renounces his loyalty to Daenerys and persuades Jon Snow to kill her.
Later on, Brienne records Jaime's accomplishments and writes that he "died protecting his queen. Matt Roush wrote for TV Guide that Coster-Waldau plays "dastardly" Jaime "with malevolent charisma",  and Dodds noted that, despite the "despicable things" he has done, "the Kingslayer remains one of Game of Thrones ' most popular characters".
The most riveting characters are the most self-serving, notably the queen, Cersei They have gorgeous, aristocratic features, but they are pure, compelling evil.
Coster-Waldau received several nominations for his portrayal of Jaime, including the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in ,  the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film in ,  the People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Anti-Hero in ,  the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television in ,  the Zulu Award for Best Actor in ,  and two Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series nominations.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Character in A Song of Ice and Fire. Literature : A Game of Thrones Television : " Winter Is Coming " Television : " The Iron Throne " With Cersei: Joffrey Baratheon Myrcella Baratheon Tommen Baratheon.
Tywin Lannister father Joanna Lannister mother Cersei Lannister twin sister Tyrion Lannister brother Kevan Lannister uncle Lancel Lannister cousin.
See also: A Game of Thrones. See also: A Clash of Kings. See also: A Storm of Swords. See also: A Feast for Crows. See also: A Dance with Dragons.
A Game of Thrones. The marriage was later annulled by Lord Tywin's order. A Storm of Swords. A Feast for Crows. A Dance with Dragons. Retrieved May 23, Retrieved January 31, The New Yorker.
Retrieved July 27, Martin's Dance with Dragons : A Masterpiece Worthy of Tolkien". Archived from the original on August 23, Retrieved August 2, Los Angeles Times.
Retrieved July 11, Martin on Game of Thrones and what might have been". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved July 25, Retrieved July 23, Martin: The Rolling Stone Interview".
Rolling Stone. Retrieved November 18, He graduated from the Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen in He became widely known for his role as Jaime Lannister in the HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones , for which he received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
Coster-Waldau's breakthrough role in Denmark was in the film Nightwatch Coster-Waldau has appeared in numerous films in his native Scandinavia and Europe, including Headhunters and A Thousand Times Good Night In the U.
S, his debut film role was in the war film Black Hawk Down , playing Medal of Honor recipient Gary Gordon.
He then played a detective in the short-lived Fox television series New Amsterdam , and appeared in the Fox television film Virtuality , originally intended as a pilot.
He is a UNDP Goodwill Ambassador, drawing public attention to issues such as gender equality and climate change. He has spoken in interviews about his father's problems with alcohol, as well as his parents' divorce.
Coster-Waldau made his stage debut as Laertes in Hamlet at the Betty Nansen Theater. His role in the film Nightwatch brought him fame in his native country.
In , he began his U. Coster-Waldau says "My first U. We shipped it out and I got lucky. Coster-Waldau used his success to take roles on both sides of the Atlantic, particularly his native Scandinavia.
He later landed a lead role in Michael Apted 's Enigma and also appeared as a villain in the action film My Name is Modesty based upon the Modesty Blaise comic strip.
Scott brought Coster-Waldau back for his film Kingdom of Heaven. Richard Loncraine , who cast the actor in Wimbledon in , cast him in Firewall two years later, in He later recalled in a interview in TV Guide , "Finally getting my SAG card was huge for me I got so excited I went straight to the SAG online shop and bought four mugs with SAG logo.
From to , Coster-Waldau played Jaime Lannister in the HBO hit series Game of Thrones , based on George R. Martin 's best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novel series.
He commented about the character "What's not to like about Jaime? As an actor I couldn't ask for a better role". In , he also starred alongside Sam Shepard in Mateo Gil's feature Blackthorn , which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The film went on to be the highest-grossing Norwegian film of all-time  and received very positive reviews including a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Foreign Film.
The same year he co-starred with Juliette Binoche in Erik Poppe's drama A Thousand Times Good Night. In , he starred in Susanne Bier 's Danish thriller A Second Chance as Andreas, a police officer forced to make a difficult choice.
In , Coster-Waldau appeared in the action-fantasy film Gods of Egypt as Horus. In early , he starred in E. Katz 's dark comedy Small Crimes  which premiered at South by Southwest film festival on 11 March ,  to positive reviews.
In May , it was announced that he is attached to star in Domino , a film directed by Brian De Palma. He filmed in secret the upcoming movie Notat by Ole Christian Madsen.
Notat is based on events surrounding the Copenhagen shootings and is due for release by the end of Although Coster-Waldau is not religious, he was baptized and confirmed as a Lutheran in the Danish National Church during his youth, like the vast majority of Danes, and viewed his confirmation as a big moment in his life when he first identified as becoming an adult.
Although his father is a supporter of Arsenal , a trip to a match at the Elland Road ground in the early s persuaded him to become a supporter of Leeds United , and he is a member of the Leeds United Supporters' Trust.
In September , Coster-Waldau signed on to narrate one of the fairytales for GivingTales , the celebrity storytelling app for children and adults alike.
He is going to narrate " The Steadfast Tin Soldier ", on which he commented, "I am from Denmark and Hans Christian Andersen is part of our culture and I am very proud being part of this project.
Coster-Waldau has supported the Danish Red Cross since Since September he has been serving as a UNDP Goodwill Ambassador to raise awareness and support the United Nations ' Sustainable Development Goals , an action to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change.
In early , he and several other Danish artists signed a manifesto demanding zero tolerance for sexism, sexual harassment and sexual assault in the Danish film and stage arts industry.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Danish actor and screenwriter. Coster-Waldau at the San Diego Comic-Con. Archived from the original on 8 September Retrieved 13 July The Independent.
London, UK. Archived from the original on 14 July Den danske film database in Danish. Jaime si unisce all'esercito della Casa Tyrell per lanciare un attacco al Tempio di Baelor, ma l'assalto viene annullato quando la regina Margaery Tyrell, moglie di Tommen, aderisce al Credo e induce Tommen a fare altrettanto.
Come punizione, Jaime viene rimosso dalla Guardia reale e inviato a Delta delle Acque con Bronn per assistere la Casa Frey nell'abbattimento di Brynden Tully, detto il Pesce Nero, e delle forze Tully occupanti.
Jaime si incontra con Brienne, che ha ritrovato Sansa Stark e vorrebbe che l'assedio terminasse, in modo da poter convincere le forze Tully a unirsi a quelle Stark, per strappare Grande Inverno ai Bolton.
Jaime decide di appoggiare l'iniziativa di Brienne, ma ogni tentativo di negoziazione fallisce. Jaime allora minaccia l'erede di Casa Tully, Edmure, di uccidere suo figlio ed Edmure ordina ai soldati Tully di aprire le porte ai loro assalitori, permettendo a lord Frey di impossessarsi del castello.
Dopo aver saputo della dipartita del Pesce Nero, Jaime scorge Brienne e Podrick allontanarsi su una barca e saluta la donna silenziosamente.
Tornato alla Fortezza Rossa, Jaime assiste all'incoronazione della sorella come sovrana dei Sette Regni. Intanto, Jaime sacrifica Castel Granito, lasciando solo una piccola parte di soldati Lannister a difenderlo dagli Immacolati, mentre Euron brucia le loro navi, intrappolandoli.
La maggior parte delle truppe Lannister, guidate da Jaime, conquistano e saccheggiano Alto Giardino, impossessandosi del cibo e dell'oro dei Tyrell.
Alla fine della battaglia, Jaime incontra lady Olenna e le concede una morte indolore, facendole bere del vino avvelenato.
Nei pressi delle Rapide Nere, l'esercito di Jaime viene assaltato dai Dothraki e da Daenerys, a cavallo del drago Drogon, i quali fanno un massacro.
Grazie all'intercessione di Bronn, Jaime riceve un'inaspettata visita di Tyrion. Malgrado i dissapori tra i due, dovuti all'uccisione del padre da parte del Folletto, Jaime ascolta il fratello, che lo informa dell'imminente arrivo di un esercito di morti da oltre la Barriera e che lui e Daenerys porteranno prove che convinceranno Cersei a stabilire un armistizio per unire le forze.
Quando la sorella accetta la tregua con Daenerys, Jaime fa preparare le truppe per partire verso Nord e contribuire alla battaglia contro i non-morti, ma Cersei gli rivela di aver mentito: ha complottato con Euron per assumere la Compagnia Dorata e portarla a Westeros, in modo da combattere contro i sopravvissuti della guerra tra i non-morti e l'esercito di Daenerys e del Nord.
Jaime, ormai senza alcuna speranza che la sorella ritrovi la ragione, risponde di non avere alcuna intenzione di rompere il giuramento di alleanza e parte per il Nord da solo.
Jaime giunge al Nord, dove rivela ai lord e a Daenerys il tradimento di Cersei: non fidandosi di lui e volendo punirlo per la morte del padre, Daenerys vorrebbe condannarlo a morte, ma Jon e Sansa, convinti da Tyrion e Brienne, lo assolvono e decidono di integrarlo nel loro esercito.
Ha poi un colloquio privato con Bran scusandosi per averlo gettato dalla torre e Bran gli risponde di non provare rancore nei suoi confronti.
Nelle ore che precedono la battaglia, alla presenza di Tyrion, Tormund, Podrick e Davos, Jaime realizza il sogno di Brienne, nominandola Cavaliere dei Sette Regni.
Durante la battaglia, Jaime e Brienne si proteggono a vicenda, ma vengono sopraffatti dai non-morti; la morte del Re della Notte per mano di Arya Stark, tuttavia, permette loro di sopravvivere.
Dopo la vittoria, Jaime e Brienne diventano amanti. Durante il viaggio per Approdo del Re, Jaime viene catturato dai soldati di Daenerys.
Viene tuttavia liberato da Tyrion, il quale gli chiede di far suonare le campane di Approdo del Re in segno di resa, in modo da salvare gli abitanti dalla furia di Daenerys, e lo ringrazia per essere stato l'unico membro della famiglia ad averlo trattato con affetto.
Mentre la Fortezza Rossa crolla su di loro, Jaime abbraccia Cersei, in un ultimo gesto di affetto. Altri progetti.
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