|Title||Steward of the Twins|
|Born||In or between 264 AC or 266 AC, at the Twins|
A Game of Thrones (appears)|
A Clash of Kings (appendix)
A Storm of Swords (appears)
A Feast for Crows (appendix)
A Dance with Dragons (appendix)
Tom Brooke ~ Season 3|
Daniel Tuite ~ Season 6
|TV series||Season 3 | Season 6|
Lothar Frey, often called Lame Lothar, is the twelfth son of Lord Walder Frey and the eldest son by his fourth wife Lady Alyssa Blackwood. Lothar has served as Lord Walder's steward at the Twins for twelve years. He is married to Leonella Lefford and they have four children. He is portrayed by Tom Brooke and Daniel Tuite in the television adaptation Game of Thrones.
Appearance and Character
Lothar is plump, with close-set eyes, a pointed beard, and dark hair in ringlets to his shoulders. He is intelligent, cunning and well-spoken. His nickname derives from a leg twisted at birth.
A Storm of Swords
Although House Frey had allied with House Stark at the start of the War of the Five Kings, the Freys angrily return home when Robb Stark, King of the Trident, marries Jeyne Westerling instead of a daughter of Lord Walder Frey.
Lame Lothar is sent by his father to Riverrun with the response of the Twins concerning the reconciliation of House Stark with House Frey. There he relays the demands that Lord Edmure Tully is to marry a Frey and that the choice of the bride will be Lord Walder's. While in Riverrun Lothar also participates in the funeral of Hoster Tully as one of the seven nobles sending off his funeral boat, and he tells Robb that Winterfell has been burned. Lothar returns to the Twins with Robb's acquiescence to Edmure's marriage.
When Robb goes to the Twins to make amends with Lord Walder Frey over breaking his marriage promise, Lothar meets him outside of the gate and behaves in a conciliatory manner. That night, he encounters Catelyn in the great hall while he is drinking with some of his relatives, behaving politely to her as well. However, Lothar is one of the prime engineers of the Red Wedding massacre that is about to occur, and had planned many of the key details with Roose Bolton. It is Lothar's idea to use the song "The Rains of Castamere" as a signal for the slaughter to begin. According to Merrett Frey, Lothar is more dangerous than most other members of House Frey.
This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at House_Frey.