Not many world famous stars find fame and then try to lead a very ordinary life.
But Isaac Hempstead-Wright has spoken to Esquire Online about trying to fit in at University after making it big on Game Of Thrones.
The 19-year-old was determined to carry on with his education so went to study math in Birmingham.
It didn’t take long for the students to release they were working alongside a star and he has told Esquire Magazine all about his first year and the carnage that came with it.
Isaac, who plays Bran Stark in the show, said: “I had the nicest flatmates.
“But it made it quite difficult to make friends. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to have a normal university experience, which is kind of sad.
“I couldn’t relax and go out and have a drink or get drunk or whatever, because if I did someone would be like: “I saw Bran and he was all f***** up”.
“I was a bit of a hermit. My ex-girlfriend came up to visit and we just sat in my room for a week.”
He added: “I went out to some awful club night, and it was just… a massacre.
“There were so many tweets. And because your email is public domain, I got like, billions of emails from people going: “Hi Three-Eyed Raven!”
“I was just trying to find out where my next lecture was.”
Game Of Thrones is set to return for its eighth and final series later this month.
“All the episodes are longer, more or less,” he said. “Obviously there are some big battles. Episode three is going to be something else.
“There are definitely things wrapping up from many, many seasons ago where you’re like: “Oh, I never thought that would come back.”
“And characters are now coming together who have never been together before. We saw that Daenerys is at Winterfell.
“It was cool getting to work with people on set that I knew in a social context, but had never worked with before, Emilia. She’s really sweet.”