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Editor’s Note: The following post contains minor spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones. And nudity. You’re welcome.
If you watched the Season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones (which shattered HBO viewing records, by the way), then you got to see Euron Greyjoy — the murderous, usurping uncle of Theon and his lesbian sister Yara — act like a douchebag idiot in the Kings Landing throne room before immodestly proposing to the thoroughly unimpressed Queen of Westeros, Cersei “I’m torturing a nun in the basement” Lannister.
But even though Euron looked like he’d just gotten kicked out of a nightclub or an indie rock band (with guyliner to spare) and even though he came from the Iron Islands (a place he describes as “rocks and bird shit and very unattractive people”), you gotta admit that he looked kinda hot with his swagger and his Rick James/Givenchy threads.
That’s because the real-life Danish actor who plays Euron, Pilou Asbæk, is a handsome dude. You might recognize him as Batou from the recent weirdly whitewashed live-action Ghost in the Shell or as Richard, Scarlett Johansson’s druggy burnout boyfriend, from the 2014 action sci-fi flick Lucy.
But most folks don’t realize that the 35-year-old actor also went full frontal in two earlier films: the 2010 prison drama R and the 2013 comedy Sex, Drugs & Taxation. In the first film, he’s subjected to a strip search, a humiliating and depressingly common occurrence (especially for LGBTQ inmates), but one that provides a good view of his junk and his trunk.
In the 2013 comedy however, Asbæk gets full on naked and erect in two different scenes — one involving a line of nude ladies at some sort of sex club and another of him stripping down with a gorilla in a cage — kinky!
Here are two stills from each film, but if you wanna see the full uncensored set, you should visit Fleshbot (NSFW). Tell them that the Mother of Unicorns sent you.