Charles Dance is surely one of the greatest actors of our time. And I find it amazing that he nails this part without the knowledge of the books. He's played Lord Vetinari before, and I personally would cast him in roles like these. Of course, he's a Shakespearean actor - and that's great.
He holds a title that one of my best friends had when said friend was still alive and kicking. I was rather pleasently surprised to see that.
I'm kind of proud that I share a name with him. :smug:
But as much as I enjoy him acting that part I still see another face in my mind when I read the books.
Book Tywin is a bit different of course - he's got more "time" so to speak.
Yupp. One could say that as well.
In me you find a supporter of these considerations. Along with my friend HC. :cheers: