Nikolaj Coster-Waldau needs to hit up the Iron Bank of Braavos because he's just been ordered to cut a check to his former manager for a little more than $2 million.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the "Game of Thrones" star was hit with the order by an arbitrator in his dispute with Jill Littman, who managed the actor until he fired her in 2015.
The two sides argued over what she was owed in commissions and Littman eventually hired Howard King and went after Coster-Waldau.
In the order, the man best known for playing Jamie Lannister was ordered to pay up a little more than $1.75 million and then another $224,000 in interest.
He also has to cover the Arbitrator's Associaton costs and compensate the Arbitrator; that's about another $95k.
Coster-Waldau filed counter-claims against Littman for fraud but those were denied.