He's been hitting the red carpet and interview circuit for the eighth and final series of Game Of Thrones.
"I was ten years old, that's half my life", said the 20-year-old.
It seemed like Harington had it all figured out as he said, "Don't worry, we will be okay, I will make my jewelry".
The researchers from the Technical University of Munich have now predicted who is most likely to take the top spot and perch of the coveted Iron Throne. The sheer amount of goners on the show is staggering in visual form (and we didn't even include everyone).
"I've loads of locals but I'm not telling you where it is", he said. After all, we do not want their hard work to go waste, they have been creating them to give you and me and all of the other viewers out there, a terrific viewing experience. Talking about the buzz around the show, the same is huge at national, as well as, at the worldwide level. Especially the end of something that you've been doing for so many years.
"It's been described as a cultural phenomenon", Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth, said.
Speaking specifically about the final series, he added: "It's completely epic. I have no idea what's actually happening".
To complicate matters, Tyrion will be forced to mediate between Daenerys and Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), the Lady of Winterfell and his former wife. Luckily, he did tease that the ending is both painful and handsome for all the characters involved. Just how far that gets him, of course, is yet to be seen.
They have taught the application to scour the web for information about each of the characters, which is then processed by artificial intelligence algorithms to assess their survival chances.
The cast of the show has been super tight-lipped about how the show will wrap up. "I think just the show ending is going to send all of the world into professional help".