In Game of Thrones Nonso Anozie took on the role of Xaro Xhoan Daxos guest starring in the second season. Check out “Garden of Bones” Season 2 Episode 4. In this season Daenerys and her followers arrive at the great city of Qarth and hope to find refuge there. Later Daenerys hears the word on the street that the city of Qarth is not to far, and is a hood willing to receive her aka the “Mother of Dragons.”
Ser Jorah Mormont warned that the desert surrounding Qarth was called the “Garden of Bones,” and it was said that those who are refuse entry by Qarth get washed up outside the city walls due to being exposed to the elements and dehydration. Daenerys and her Khalasar roll out of the Red Waste and make it to the city of Qarth. The Thirteen, is a squad of wealthy nobles and merchant princes, the leaders of Qarth, all come out to greet her, secured by a team of shielded hitters.
One of the Thirteen, Xaro Xhoan Daxos, vouched for Daenerys through Sumai, a blood oath which allows a Qartheen to vouch for a visitor and Daenerys and her Khalasar were let into Qarth. Xaro Xhoan Daxos, is eventually locked inside his vault to suffocate or starve by Daenerys after having conspired to seize her dragons from her. Nonso Anozie made several notable appearances including Atonement, RocknRolla, Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, Conan the Barbarian, and Ender’s Game..and the Last Legion, where his character rode out to protect young King Arthur.
The show is essentially about the wars between the Seven Kingdoms and competing for power and control. Malko is a recurring character in the fifth season played by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje. He makes his debut in “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”. Malko is the Emir of a ship operating in Slaver’s Bay and the Summer Sea. He speaks the Lingua Franca of Westeros and is thoroughly learned in Westerosi history, such as events like Robert’s Rebellion and the Siege of Pyke. In Season 5, Malko’s ship anchors on the shoreline while on a voyage to Volantis so his crew can replenish their water supply.
They discover Jorah Mormont and Tyrion Lannister and capture them. At this time there is a warrant for tyrions arrest by his own family for the death of his nephew the King. Once he has arrived in Slaver’s Bay, Malko proceeds to auction off Jorah while changing details to make his story sound more impressive (and to get a higher price), including Jorah killing Khal Drogo (instead of Qotho) and taking part in the attack on “Spike” while wielding a flaming sword (instead of Thoros of Myr). He manages to sell Jorah to Yezzan and Tyrion.
In response to a fan’s comment on his blog, George R.R. Martin has promised some “characters of color” in his upcoming “The Winds of Winter,” the next book in “A Song of Ice and Fire.”In June, a fan asked Martin: “There are a white race, a black race in the world of A Song of Ice and Fire, and many other races. Why there is no Asian race (Chinese-like, Japanese-like) in the Game of Thrones show and ASOIAF books?” Martin replied: Well, Westeros is the fantasy analogue of the British Isles in its world, so it is a long long way from the Asia analogue. There weren’t a lot of Asians in Yorkish England either. Martin, is obviously aware that Moors were in the British Isles during the periods of Yorkish England and well before that. See British Academics Angry At Gcse Course That Says Moors Arrived In Britain Before Englishmen and Once Upon A Time Lancelot The Moriaen Portrayed By Sinqua Walls and the Book “Introduction to Moorish Race and Nationality.”