Collection of drawings of Tyrion Lannister in multiple poses including standing, walking, and drinking wine

Tyrion Lannister is part of the powerful Lannister family. His mother died giving birth to him, and for this reason, his father and older sister Cersei detest him. His closest friend is his brother Jamie, who protected him when they were children. Tyrion is probably the most intelligent Lannister; he is shrewd and cunning and able to see the bigger picture. He tries to do the right thing, whilst still acting in the interest of him and his family. He isn’t as brutal as his sister and does wants to try to make society a better place. He has a penchant for women and drinking.

Height comparison of Tyrion Lannister to Daenerys Targaryen and Jaime Lannister in Game of Thrones

Tyrion Lannister, portrayed by Peter Dinklage, is 4 foot 5 inches (1.35 m) tall on Game of Thrones.

Why does Cersei hate Tyrion?
Cersei Lannister’s hatred of Tyrion Lannister is based on the fact that Tyrion’s birth caused the death of their mother, Joanna Lannister, but also that he is a dwarf and does meet her idea of the family’s standards.
Why does Tyrion Lannister drink so much?
Tyrion Lannister’s drinking throughout Game of Thrones can be seen as a product of his families wealth, boredom, indulgence, and coping mechanism to deal with his father’s rejection of him as a son.


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4’5” | 1.35 m

Family: House Lannister
Hand of the King, Master of Coin, Lord of Casterly Rock
The Imp, The Halfman
Peter Dinklage



Drawings include:
Tyrion Lannister front elevation, front (casual), side, side (walking), front (drinking wine)


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Game of Thrones, an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series, is a fictional drama of warring families across the continents of Westeros and Essos where dragons, magic, and undead enemies exist seamlessly alongside political dramas and dynastic struggles.