Ron Donachie stars as Ser Rodrik Cassel in the HBO fantasy series "Game of Thrones."

Scottish actor Ron Donachie has enjoyed a very long acting career, including many appearances on UK television dramas, such as "Doctor Who," "Rebus," and "The Bill."

His film credits include "The Jungle Book," "Max Manus," and "Shackleton" opposite Kenneth Branagh. He also does frequent voiceover work. He may be best known in America for his supporting role in James Cameron's "TItanic."





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Age: 61 years old
Birthday: April 26, 1956
Height: 5' 10"
Full Name / Real Name: Ronald Eaglesham Porter
Birthplace: Dundee, Tayside, Scotland, UK
Wife: Fiona Biggar (3/17/1989, 2 children)


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