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Game of Thrones actor who played Young Hodor hospitalised with Covid-19

Game of Thrones actor who played Young Hodor hospitalised with Covid-19

Caption: Sam Coleman (Picure: SWNS; HBO)

Game of Thrones actor Sam Coleman was hospitalised after contracting Covid-19.

Coleman, who is also Labour Rother District Councillor for Sidley in East Sussex and the youngest member of the council, had to have oxygen and be treated with a CPAP machine.

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The 25-year-old was admitted to Conquest Hospital in Hastings on November 20 after first testing positive for coronavirus on November 14.

Confirming he received the AstraZeneca vaccine, Coleman posted the following day sharing his test results and wrote: ‘So today has been a ride…

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‘[I] tested positive last night, today I’ve gone through all the motions (temperature fluctuations, weakness, loss of taste, headaches, this darn cough etc) everything apart from the difficulty breathing bit.

‘Let’s hope it stays that way,’ he concluded.

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Cllr Sam Coleman wearing a oxygen mask when he was being treated for Covid in the Conquest Hospital in Hastings, East Sussex, with a CPAP machine.

Cllr Sam Coleman wearing a oxygen mask when he was being treated for Covid in the Conquest Hospital in Hastings, East Sussex, with a CPAP machine.

Sam Coleman has been treated for Covid in an East Sussex hospital (Picture: SWNS)

Cllr Sam Coleman wearing a oxygen mask when he was being treated for Covid in the Conquest Hospital in Hastings, East Sussex, with a CPAP machine.

Cllr Sam Coleman wearing a oxygen mask when he was being treated for Covid in the Conquest Hospital in Hastings, East Sussex, with a CPAP machine.

Coleman spoke plainly about his experience in the hospital (Picture: SWNS)

Unfortunately, his condition ended up progressing for the worse and he was hospitalised due to a lung infection.

‘About that positive test…’ he shared with his followers a few days later. “I’m in hospital with oxygen being pumped into my lungs.

‘Wish I could put a positive spin on it but it’s pretty s**t so whoops. Stay safe out t..’

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After spending a few days hooked up to the oxygen machine and wearing an oxygen mask, the actor was released from the hospital and went back home on November 26.

Coleman, who .ed the younger version of Hodor in the hit TV series, said his hospital stay was scary but praised the work of NHS staff who took care of him.

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Sam Coleman as Hodor in Game of Thrones

Sam Coleman as Hodor in Game of Thrones

Coleman .ed Hodor as seen in flashback (Picture: HBO)

Game of Thrones was his first acting gig all the way back in 2016 and he has since appeared in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel, Leatherface, .ing the mentally disturbed Bud.

Talking about his role in Game Of Thrones, he told the Bexhill Observer in 2017: ‘I was a massive fan of the show and I never thought I’d get the part but I did and it was one of the best experiences of my life. 

‘I was also humbled when Jack Bender, the director, asked me to make my character’s seizure as realistic as possible, giving me the opportunity to bring awareness of seizures to the wider public. 

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‘Several of my family members are epileptic and so I used my knowledge of epilepsy and other conditions to try and create something identifiable, despite its time-travelling, fantastical nature.’

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