Delaware real-estate developer and ‘Game of Thrones’ actor Kit Harington has debuted a new series of books that will be published this fall.

The series, titled ‘The Super Bowl Edition,’ will focus on the football game of ‘Superbowl’ in the 1990s, with Haringtons take on the role of an NFL football player.

Haringtons memoir ‘The Big Picture’ is set to debut at the end of 2019.

Hareton was born in 1952 and grew up in South Carolina.

He was raised in a conservative household where his father was a preacher and his mother was a homemaker.

Haredton also grew up with a mother who taught him to be a ‘good Christian’ and ‘the kind of person who would be on TV every Sunday’.

He studied English at Oxford University and later completed a master’s degree at the University of Oxford.

After graduating, he went to Los Angeles to pursue acting in TV commercials and films, before landing a role in HBO’s ‘The Sopranos’.

In 2016, he returned to television with a series of roles on HBO’s hit series ‘The Wire’.

He played a drug dealer who became a member of a criminal gang that helped him get rich.

In 2019, Haringons book ‘The Football Player’ will be released.

The first book in the series is titled ‘Big Picture’ and focuses on Haringts upbringing in South Carolinas.

The book is written by Haringson, author of the memoir ‘I’m Not a Gadget’ and other novels.

The new series will focus more on Hares personal life, his childhood in Los Angeles and his travels.

Harenton also stars in the HBO hit series HBO’s The Wire, which has garnered more than $1 billion worldwide in the past 12 years.

He plays a former gangster named “Hank” and is the main protagonist.

Haryon is also set to play the title role of the TV series ‘True Blood’, based on the novels of Haringtons father.

In 2018, Haryon starred in the ABC’s hit comedy ‘Arrested Development’, playing the titular character.