HBO's American fantasy-drama Game of Thrones has become a much sought out franchise for aspiring actors (and also already established actors) to showcase their talent further and open doors for newer opportunities to prosper in their career. And it has not been an exception for Nonso Anozie, the English actor of Nigerian descent. He was a regular in the series during the second season. In GOT, he plays the role of Xaro Xhoan Daxos.
Image: Nonso Anozie as Xaro Xhoan Daxos in GOT
His roles and professional life are very open and successful in its own right. But his personal life is somewhat very low key.
At 37-year-old, Nonso Anozie is not married. There is no sign of him having a wife. In fact, he has not been in any kind of relationship.
Nonso has been in the acting industry for more than 14 years now. He had even won the Ian Charleson Award in 2004 for his performance in Othello.
Image: Nonso Anozie is regarded as a top Nigerian Actor
So there is no doubt that Nonso is quite the star. But despite his stardom, Cinderella (2015) actor Nonso has been away from the dating rumors. He has never revealed anything about his past relationships and breakups. For all we know, he could have already had a girlfriend, a marriage, and a divorce too.
Well, for a young and rising star of age 37, all the ups and downs of a relationship may not be all that common. But at least a girlfriend is safe to be assumed, don't you think?
For all the suspense he is keeping with regards to his love life, it was only a matter of time before fans started deducing that maybe their tall dark handsome guy prefers other tall dark handsome guys.
Image: Nonso Anozie
But the thing is Nonso Anozie is not even seen hanging around much with his guy friends. Along with acting lessons, Nonso seems to have taken classes on how to remain private too!
Nonso has been active in the movies and theatre for more than 14 years now. And since the very beginning, his acting has been praised by every big shot names he has worked with.
After several notable appearances on the London stage, his debut on the big screen was in 2001's The Last Legion. In his debut, his co-stars included big names of the industry such as Iain Glen, Owen Teale, Alexander Siddig, RobertPugh, James Cosmo, and Murray McArthur. His movie credits also include Atonement, RocknRolla, Nanny McPhee, Conan the Barbarian, and Ender's Game.