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Kit Harington has a super-sweet pre-stage ritual

2016-06-13 18:00
 

Los Angeles - Kit Harington eats three sweets before he goes on stage.

The Game of Thrones star is currently starring in Doctor Faustus at the Duke of York's Theatre in London and has a three-part routine he must complete before he goes on stage.

Opening up about his pre-stage ritual, he told Britain's ES magazine: "At the moment, I have a crucifix in my dressing room which I kiss three times, plus I eat three Haribos, and take three swigs of water before I go out on stage."

Meanwhile, the 29-year-old actor previously revealed he stopped using buses when they began to advertise his movies on the vehicles.

He said: "I used to love to catch the bus, and I couldn't catch them for months during that, because of the fear that I might be sitting above my own head on the side of the bus. Occupational hazard, isn't it?"

The buses also caused a problem for Kit when he was filming Spooks: The Greater Good in London as they kept driving past and ruining the scenes.

He shared: "It's funny to look back at it now, but at the time, they were a real pain in the ass! I was half naked on a bus the whole time we were shooting because of the Pompeii poster. Every two seconds, we would have to call, 'Cut!' because there was some bus with the Pompeii poster going across in the background. The first time, it was funny, but then after that, it just became really tedious."

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