While baseball cards may have sentimental value all collectors also need to be concerned about how much they spend on the cards they buy and for how much they sell them as well.  Just like stamps, coins, comic books and anything else people collect—baseball cards are only really worth what someone else is willing to pay for them. Kit Harington just proved he's even more like his "Game of Thrones" alter-ego than we thought. The actor spoke with Vulture before the Season 4 finale of the hit HBO show and revealed he's as in the dark about Jon Snow's true parentage as everyone watching at home and part of that is because he's never built up the courage to ask the man in charge. Martin has already admitted to revealing his master plan for the rest of the series to Benioff and Weiss with the hopes that the show catches up to the books before he's done writing them -- something that's looking more and more probable.
Ultimately, the actor says he'd rather stay out-of-the-know when it comes to Jon Snow's origins, at least for now.


Martin has already proven that life in the Seven Kingdoms is more than unfair, but stay optimistic, for the sake of Jon Snow. There's also a fun little story of how Martin questioned the showrunners on who they thought Jon Snow's mother was before granting them the TV rights to his series, so it makes sense Harington would be looking to the two men for some answers.
Book readers know that by the end of "A Dance With Dragons," Jon Snow's fate is still up in the air.
Harington is hoping his character will at least get one answer before his time is done on the series.
He is a single parent of three children and has also worked as an actor, singer and teacher.


He has been employed by such publications as the Daily Collegian and the Los Angeles Times.



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