Kit Harington

Kit Harington

Highest Rated: 91% How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

Lowest Rated: 10% Silent Hill: Revelation (2012)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Descended from a viscount who served as Britain's Secretary of War at the turn of the 19th century, and is a nephew of a baronet; the family is listed in Burke's Peerage. Originally planned to be a journalist before deciding on acting. Starred in the World War I stage drama War Horse in London immediately after graduating from drama school. Made his TV debut in Game of Thrones. Named the face of Jimmy Choo in 2015. Played the title role in Doctor Faustus at the Duke of York Theatre in the West End in 2016.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Eternals Dane Whitman 2021
20% The Death and Life of John F. Donovan John F. Donovan 2019
90% How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Eret 2019
No Score Yet Zog Actor 2018
41% Brimstone Samuel 2017
63% MI-5 (Spooks: The Greater Good) Will Holloway 2015
84% Testament Of Youth Roland Leighton 2015
12% Seventh Son Mr. Bradley Billy Bradley $15M 2015
86% 7 Days in Hell Charles Poole 2015
91% How to Train Your Dragon 2 Eret, Son of Eret $147.1M 2014
27% Pompeii Milo $20M 2014
No Score Yet Arthur & Lancelot King Arthur 2013
10% Silent Hill: Revelation Vincent Carter $17.6M 2012


No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
Host 2019
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
Guest 2019
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Guest 2019
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
Guest 2019
89% Game of Thrones
Jon Snow 2019
72% Gunpowder
Robert Catesby 2017
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden
Guest 2017
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
Guest 2017
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Guest 2016
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson
Guest 2014


Will Holloway says: If there's something else I have a right to know.

Roland Leighton says: Does it get any better than cake?

Vera Brittain says: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to be harsh.

Roland Leighton says: I've let you down.

Vera Brittain says: No.

Roland Leighton says: Now it's here, I have a dust and ashes feeling about it.

Roland Leighton says: I'd like permission to see Vera again, Mrs Brittain. Fully chaperoned, of course.

Mrs. Brittain says: We'll see.

Roland Leighton says: When we're at Oxford, we'll be able to see each other every day.

Vera Brittain says: I'll be concentrating on my work.

Roland Leighton says: Well, you'll need fresh air, surely. And a chaperone.

Roland Leighton says: Edward assures me you won't mind me writing direct. You set me a challenge, you see, and I've done my best to meet it. I hope you find more feeling in this one. Down the long, white road we walked together, Down between the grey hills and the heather, You seemed all brown and soft, just like a linnet, Your errant hair had shadowed sunbeams in it, And there shone all April in your eyes.

Roland Leighton says: Did you read the poem?

Vera Brittain says: Of course.

Roland Leighton says: And?

Vera Brittain says: It's well-crafted.

Roland Leighton says: But?

Vera Brittain says: It was a little dry, as though you were holding back. I couldn't find you in it.

Roland Leighton says: Well, I can assure you, it's mine.

Vera Brittain says: Please, I'd rather be by myself.

Roland Leighton says: It's the books I'm worried about. I've never seen anyone beat them up that way.

Hiccup says: Welcome aboard, dragon rider!

Eret Son of Eret says: Thanks... I think.

Eret Son of Eret says: I am Eret, Son of Eret.

Vincent Carter says: Never build on an ancient Indian burial ground! I thought everybody knew that.

Vincent Carter says: You're so close to Alessa... you've allowed the darkness to break through.

Vincent Carter says: "In the sanctuary, beneath the amusement park,? I can help you"

Vincent Carter says: In the sanctuary, beneath the amusement park, I can help you.