"She's too much of a loose cannon." Episode 3 saw Cersei take revenge on Ellaria by poisoning her last living daughter, the Sand Snake Tyene (Rosabell Laurenti Sellers), with the same toxin Ellaria used on Cersei's daughter, Myrcella.
Rosabell and her brother were cast as the children of Medea.
Nina (Indira Varma) is insufferably gobby but vulnerable after she’s ditched by her boyfriend.
Junior sidekick Alec (Dino Fetscher), who seems too goody-two-shoes to be true, has a fishy back story involving his mother and an iffy psychologist (Michael Maloney) involved in the case.
"And I was like, 'As long as I die on screen...' and they were like 'Yeah!
Rosabell Laurenti Sellers is an Italian-American actress best known for her role as Tyene Sand in HBO series Game of Thrones, and as the titular character in the children’s series, Mia and Me.
"When I first read the scene I was irritated that I had no dialogue," Varma said of Ellaria's muffled protestations.