What the Dragon Crab Eater’s House Really Looks Like Without a Costume
As evidenced by his photo on IMDb, Daniel Scott-Smith looks nothing like Craghas “Crabfeeder” Drahar, from his hair to his complexion. If you’re not super familiar with Scott-Smith, you’ll be forgiven, considering he’s only appeared in a small handful of projects throughout his career. He made his professional acting debut in 2017 via the short film “Ye Who Enter Here,” which he followed up with a spot in 2019’s “Men in Black: International” as a nightclub bartender. With that, he entered the “Game of Thrones” universe via “House of the Dragon” and will undoubtedly wreak havoc as the Crabfeeder.
Of course, Drahar won’t have the easiest time doing whatever he wants, as some people would love to take him down a notch. The most vocal about it so far is Lord Corlys Velaryon (Steve Toussaint), who understands the threat Drahar poses to the prosperity of his kingdom and its people. Not to mention, as Toussaint explained in an interview with Men’s Health, there’s a lot to do with Velaryon’s every move throughout the season. “He’s trying to raise his family, raise his name… Ambition is his driving force for most of the season,” he revealed, noting how this reader connects Velaryon to Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith ).
Time will tell what happens to Crabfeeder now that he’s on Velaryon and Targaryen’s radar. Although, no matter what happens, expect Daniel Scott-Smith to continue churning out some scary but career-making performances.