Zunni, who plays Lady, she was kind of a nightmare for the producers. She was awful, she really was. When I had to walk with her - you might even be able to see it on-screen, I don’t know - she was pulling away from me so much. And originally I didn’t have a lead, but she was twisting me round the back, and I had to keep playing it. And, well, they kind of fired her. So now she’s living with me! Yes! And she’s not any better [Laughs]. - Sophie Turner | Titancon 2011
“TheCompanionsCaravan Asks: ✧ ((Pick a caravan member. Any member. No, not that one. Ah, just foolin’ ya. Any will do!))”
Send me a ✧ and one of the travelers will tell yours the first thing they notice when they look at them
Danz lifts her hand, attempting to make level with the other’s head, before waving it around and speaking in her odd, alien language. We can only assume that the first thing she’s noticed is how tall Zunni is.
[ | I’M SLOWLY GETTING THROUGH THE ASKS SOBSOB | ]
In between her hectic filming schedule, Sophie likes nothing more than to relax at home with her family and pet dog Zunni, who the family adopted from the series. She adds: “Growing up I always wanted a dog, but my parents never wanted one. We kind of fell in love with my character’s dire wolf, Lady, on set.
“We knew Lady died and they wanted to re-home her. My mum persuaded them to let us adopt her.”