Iain Glen’s portrayal of Jack Taylor is a finely crafted depiction of a man whose desire to right the wrongs of the world is constantly in competition with his penchant for self-destructive behaviour. Wearing his heart on his sleeve, the pain caused by what Taylor has witnessed over the years is almost palpable it’s so intense. The more we watch Glen’s performance the deeper we are drawn into Taylor’s world until we start to see things through his eyes. It makes for somewhat uncomfortable viewing at times, but it also ensures the show attains the kind of quality and verisimilitude you don’t often experience in television police procedurals. —BC DVD review

Iain Glen’s portrayal of Jack Taylor is a finely crafted depiction of a man whose desire to right the wrongs of the world is constantly in competition with his penchant for self-destructive behaviour. Wearing his heart on his sleeve, the pain caused by what Taylor has witnessed over the years is almost palpable it’s so intense. The more we watch Glen’s performance the deeper we are drawn into Taylor’s world until we start to see things through his eyes. It makes for somewhat uncomfortable viewing at times, but it also ensures the show attains the kind of quality and verisimilitude you don’t often experience in television police procedurals. —BC DVD review

Iain Glen…

Iain Glen…

The yellow shirt…

The yellow shirt…

They’re growing so fast…

Jorah’s family crest - The Bear

Jorah’s family crest - The Bear

heartandsoulart:

So here are the very best of them and believe me folks it was a very difficult choice. There are many more which I will add to the Iainglenfans gallery tomorrow in larger versions. I will give you a full account of today’s events tomorrow. But I can confirm that Iain is the most gorgeous, lovely warm and friendly human being you can ever meet. He was so lovely to me and I got to talk to him quite a bit and most of the time we were on our own. He now has my letter and I told him about the website and he asked me what it was called and said he would have a look at it! He was so grateful and thankful to me for my work and support and Yes I can also confirm I had a moment of madness - the last photo here is of Iain lighting a cigarette. That fag but is now In my possession. When he stubbed it out I picked it up and now have in my home. Crazy of what? I blame the hot sun going to my head!! lol

He wife Charlotte  (who I briefly spoke to - very nice) and daughters arrived late afternoon and they were so-ooo adorable. Watching him playing with them made my heart melt! :)

I’ve so much to tell you I can’t wait till tomorrow evening. 

Sarz xxx

So happy you had a great time with Iain! I look forward to hearing all about your amazing experience!
Iain Glen…

Iain Glen…

The armor…

The armor…

The Blue Coat…

The Blue Coat…

The gorgeous Iain Glen…

The gorgeous Iain Glen…

Requested by “thatgotlover”…

Requested by “thatgotlover”…

Remember when…

Remember when…

Iain Glen being busy - attending the “The Importance of Being Ernest” press night and also voicing Paul Olding’s latest feature length drama documentary.

I Need You: Part 1 - Dany and Jorah AU

I Need You: Part 2

I Need You: Part 3

Jorah opened the door of his apartment and stepped aside allowing Dany to enter first. The apartment was small but very tidy.

“It’s not much but it’s clean,” Jorah said as he stood beside Dany at the doorway.

“It’s really nice, Jorah. Thank you again for letting me stay with you.”

Jorah smiled and nodded. He took the overnight bag he carried into the bedroom and placed it on the bed.

“Can I get you something to drink?” Jorah asked as he headed toward the refrigerator.

“Just water,” Dany said as she sat on the sofa. She noticed there was folded bedding on one of the cushions.

Jorah took two bottles of water out of the fridge and handed one to her. “Here, I’ll take those,” Jorah said as he grabbed the bedding and dropped them beside the couch. He then sat opposite Dany in his lounge chair.

“I should be the one sleeping on the sofa, Jorah, not you,” Dany said.

“Yeah, as if,” said Jorah chuckling. “Are you sure you’re okay?”

Dany shook her head and took a drink of water. “I don’t understand what’s happening!” she said and burst into tears.

Jorah sat beside her and took her in his arms. “I promise you, I’ll get to the bottom of this. In the meantime, you should take a few days off work. Tell them as little as possible. You can stay here for as long as you want or you can go to a friend you know you can trust.”

Jorah held Dany in his arms while she cried. He knew she was feeling a mixture of emotions and needed time to process everything that had happened. He took tissues from the box on the coffee table and handed them to Dany. She blew her nose and smiled at him.

“Thank you.”

“Feel better?”

“Yes, thanks. Sorry, I’m not usually such a girl.”

Jorah chuckled and sat back in his chair.

“So what’s the plan?” Dany asked as she settled back on the sofa.

“If you want, you stay here while I go make my rounds with my contacts. I’ve got the word out and I’ll see what dirt they’ve dug up for me. Anyway, that’s for tomorrow. Tonight, you’re going to get some rest. Are you hungry?”

“Famished,” Dany said smiling.

Jorah stood and rubbed his hands. “Okay then. Look, I don’t really cook but I can make us…”

Before Jorah could finish shots rang out and blood splattered on Dany’s face.

Iain Glen joined actors and authors at the Words and Wickets festival on September 7, 2013. Iain will be returning to this event this July 24-26.

(thanks to Khaleesa for the heads up)