A GAME of Thrones star has been helping to make face visors to protect NHS workers.
Isaac Hempstead Wright, who played Bran Stark, aka the three-eyed raven, in the series, is supporting stepdad Tim Hill’s screen printing business Speedscreen. The firm is making thousands of visors for use in health services across Kent.
Mr Hill said: ‘So today, The King of Westeros Bran Stark, aka Isaac Hempstead Wright from Game of Thrones, came into the factory to help with assembly (and a donation). We were struggling with demand so are grateful for any help.’
And 21-year-old student Isaac posted a picture of himself with a mask, adding: ‘My step-dad’s printing company is currently producing and donating PPE for key health workers.’
Mr Hill set up a JustGiving page — which has now raised more than £4,000 — to make the gear, after deciding to ‘help those on the front line’. He added: ‘We are now also thinking of supplying them to other key workers.’