WATCH: Peter Dinklage pays tribute to Northern Ireland in SAG acceptance speech
A class act.
The final season of Game of Thrones was not good. Enough time has passed for us to see this now. You can admit it.
Most of the characters sucked, the storylines got really weird, and the plot was completely off the rails.
But there is one thing we can agree on, and that is that Peter Dinklage gave it his all from the first episode of the first season until the very end of the series.
A constant source of entertainment throughout the show, Dinklage absolutely owned his character, and you could definitely make an argument that Tyrion Lannister is the main character of Game of Thrones.
And he was rewarded for his efforts at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, where he was given the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series.
When he got up to accept his award, Dinklage immediately thanked the people of Northern Ireland for "putting up" with the Game of Thrones cast and crew for nine years.
A classy guy.
His speech also reduced his wife to tears, as he thanked her for putting him with him for more than nine years.
Take a look:
Clip via TNT