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Former CIA assistant manager has “Game of Thrones” cameo

That officer was former deputy director David S. Cohen, who made a surprisingly brief como as an unnamed resident of Winterfell.While Cohen may have jumped on his intelligence background, it would lead writers to throw him in a more prominent role – perhaps a faceless man – finally getting the job of playing a non-descriptive northern.While Cohen had no lines, he was served a soup soup by Ser Davos Seaworth, played by actor Liam Cunningham, when Winterfell was prepared for the coming King's coming arrival and the army of his death.CIA revealed Cohen's cameo in a tweet. "Little Birds" is looking for a former assistant assistant to us who wander through #Westeros in the evening's episode of #GameOfThrones, "CIA tweeted, including a picture of Cohen in costume. Cohen, who served as Deputy Head of the CIA during President Barack Obama from 201 5 to 2017, responded to the agency's tweet, joking that they had "Blown his cover." But Cohen had actually suggested the appearance of his own Twitter account last week. "You seem to have good sources in Winterfell," wrote Cohen in response to Playboy's Washington correspondent who was the first to report the planned cameo. In an interview with NBC's Andrea Mitchell Monday, Cohen said he asked his son-in-law who is a showrunner at the HBO show if he could be an extra when celebrating Thanksgiving in 2017. CNN and HBO share parent c ompany WarnerMedia.

That officer was former deputy director David S. Cohen, who made a surprisingly brief como as an unnamed resident of Winterfell.

While Cohen may have jumped on his intelligence background, it would lead writers to throw him in a more prominent role – perhaps a faceless man – finally getting the job of playing a non-descriptive northern.

While Cohen had no lines, he was served a soup soup by Ser Davos Seaworth, played by actor Liam Cunningham, when Winterfell was prepared for the coming King’s coming arrival and the army of his death.

CIA revealed Cohen’s cameo in a tweet.

“Little Birds” is looking for a former assistant assistant to us who wander through #Westeros in the evening’s episode of #GameOfThrones, “CIA tweeted, including a picture of Cohen in costume.

Cohen, who served as Deputy Head of the CIA during President Barack Obama from 201

5 to 2017, responded to the agency’s tweet, joking that they had “Blown his cover.”

But Cohen had actually suggested the appearance of his own Twitter account last week.

“You seem to have good sources in Winterfell,” wrote Cohen in response to Playboy’s Washington correspondent who was the first to report the planned cameo.

In an interview with NBC’s Andrea Mitchell Monday, Cohen said he asked his son-in-law who is a showrunner at the HBO show if he could be an extra when celebrating Thanksgiving in 2017.

CNN and HBO share parent c ompany WarnerMedia.

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