Game of Thrones actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau sues former manager


Beat that Kapil Sharma!Game Of Thrones actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has filed a lawsuit against his former manager, Jill Littman, claiming she is seeking commissions she is not owed. 2017-07-30T15:43:51+00:00″>
Updated: July 30, 2017 3:43 pm

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Game of Thrones season 7: Lannisters, Starks and Targaryens in a never-seen-before avatar look otherworldly. Now, the parties are fighting over the issue whether the contract specified that pay was meant to continue after their relationship ended, as shortly after Coster-Waldau fired Littman he stopped paying her commission. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App In opposition, Impression attorney Howard King said Coster-Waldau’s e-mail firing his managers also “acknowledged his obligation to pay commissions to Impression on his earnings from Game of Thrones ’till it ends’ and that Littman’s work for him was ‘absolutely stellar.’”

Nikolaj Walter-Ladau plays Jaime Lannister on HBO’s fantasy drama Game of Thrones. See photosGame of Thrones actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau aka Jaime Lannister says most online leaks are realThese 5 Game of Thrones stars will earn Rs 16.5 crore per episode. “Coster-Waldau is entitled to a declaration that the Sham Documents are not and have never been binding contracts, as well as compensatory and punitive damages for Defendants’disloyal and fraudulent conduct,” the actor’s attorney Michael Plonsker wrote. Littman cited written deals from 2011 and 2014, claiming her commission was to be paid even if they stopped working together. The actor said Littman and Impression Entertainment, asked him to sign a written agreement early in their relationship but he opted for an oral contract. In 2006, a contract was drawn up between Littman, Coster-Waldau and Impression Entertainment, in which the actor would pay his former manager 10 per cent of his earnings for employment obtained while she represented him, according to The Hollywood Reporter. However, Coster-Waldau said Littman was citing “sham documents,” which he signed believing their sole purpose was supporting Impression’s sponsorship of his O-1 visa applications.