Natalie Dormer, formerly of "The Tudors," has signed on as a series regular for season two of HBOs swords-and-dragons hit "Game of Thrones," the cable outlet confirmed to TheWrap on Thursday.
British actress Dormer, who played Anne Boleyn on Showtime's randy royalty drama, will portray House Tyrell member Margaery Tyrell.
In addition to recently starring as Niamh Cranitch on the BBC court drama "Silk," the 29-year-old actress will also portray Pvt. Lorraine in the upcoming superhero movie "Captain America: The First Avenger."
News of Dormer's hiring was first reported by EW.com.