When Game of Thrones returns for Season 4, Jorah Mormont will have a whole new guy to be jealous of... Well, a whole new actor at least. THR reveals that Daario Naharis has been recast, with Michiel Huisman taking over the role.
Ed Skrein played Daario in Season 3, introduced as a warrior who turned the tables on his would-be partners and joined up with Daenerys - even while the two began giving each other some rather notable "How YOU doin'?" glances.
This is not the first time Game of Thrones has recast a role, though it may be the most notable. The role of Gregor Clegane, AKA The Mountain, was played by Conan Stevens in Season 1, before Ian Whyte took over in Season 2. Beric Dondarrion was played by David Michael Scott Season 1 and then Richard Dormer in Season 3. Daario though had the biggest introduction and most screen time (and dialogue) of any of the roles that have been recast previously.
It looks like there will be one other bit of recasting in Season 4 though, with WinterisComing reporting recently that Dean-Charles Chapman, who previously played one of the Karstarks on the show, will now be playing Joffrey's little brother, Tommen, taking over for Callum Wharry.
Source : ign[dot]com