It seems the CIA has eyes and ears all over the place, together with the fictional northern stronghold of Winterfell from “Sport of Thrones.”
Former deputy director of the CIA beneath President Obama, David S. Cohen, made a shock look on Season eight, Episode 2 of the favored HBO drama. He joins the likes of Ed Sheeran, Martin Starr and Rob McElhenney as individuals who have been granted a short second on-screen in the course of the widespread collection.
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The CIA Twitter account posted a picture of Cohen as one of many Winterfell residents that will get a bowl of soup from Ser Davos Seaworth in the course of the episode titled “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.”
“A perk of working for CIA is world journey. Apparently that typically extends to different realms,” the tweet learn. “‘Little birds,” be looking out for a former deputy director of ours wandering via #Westeros in tonight’s episode of #GameofThrones.”
“Strategy to blow my cowl!” the previous CIA deputy director joked in response.
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It seems Cohen has a connection to one of many present’s creators who orchestrated his temporary, unobtrusive cameo. Alex Thomas, Playboy’s Washington correspondent, was the primary to tweet in regards to the cameo, prompting an preliminary response from Cohen.
“Former Deputy Director of the CIA David Cohen to seem within the second episode of Sport of Thrones (no, I’m not kidding)” he wrote on Wednesday.
“You appear to have good sources in Winterfell,” Cohen responded.
“Did they not less than give your character a reputation?” Thomas asked.
“As Arya may say, ‘A person has no identify,’” Cohen said, referencing Maisie Williams’ character on the present.
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“Sport of Thrones” debuted the second of its six-episode last season on Sunday.