Game Of Thrones star Peter Dinklage’s big calling came in 2011 with George RR Martin’s novels. Playing the role of the wise sage, Tyrion Lannister, Dinklage, is now one of the most sought-after stars on television winning three Primetime Emmy Awards, a Screen Actor Guild Award and a Golden Globe Award and the recent Emmy’s for best Supporting actor of the category. While he has now acquired himself as household name, his works in previous years, despite portraying an equally powerful performance as Tyrion is far from the zeitgeist Game of Thrones character Tyrion he is now famous for.
In fact, it might some as a surprise to find out that Dinklage had been part of the big movies which we completely missed:
“Penelope’: For the James McAvoy and Christina Ricci starrer, Dinklage plays a scheming reporter determined to get a proof that a girl born with the nose of a pig does exist.
'The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian': Before entering another fantasy world of Westeros, Dinklage played a red dwarf named Trumpkin in the second film of the Narnia series in the fantasy world of Narnia.
‘Death at a funeral’: For the comedy movie Dinklage plays the role of Frank who had to submerge and emerge from a coffin.
'X-Men: Days Of Future Past': For the X-Men franchise, Peter plays the role of Bolivar Trask who brings his brand of villainess to the X-Men franchise.
'Avengers: Infinity War': Joining the massive cast of Infinity War is Dinklage who plays the role of Eitri, a master forger who created the Infinity Gauntlet for Thanos and is responsible for creating a number of other extremely powerful weapons.