Mandon Moore

He's down here as 'Lannister Soldier', but in his scene he's clearly in Kingsguard armor. I suspect he's in fact Ser Mandon Moore. It's hard to see through the helm, but he certainly resembles the man who strikes Tyrion. JakePT 14:43, May 28, 2012 (UTC)

Elio of Westeros seems to think it's him. [1]

Just then, Ser Mandon Moore of the Kingsguard enters to inform the queen of the night’s first traitors: a groom and two maids had tried to sneak off with a horse and some gold cups. Cersei has Ser Ilyn see to them, and orders their heads placed on spikes outside the stables as a warning. Moore departs.
Not that that necessarily means anything, but at least I'm not the only one that got that impression.JakePT 14:49, May 28, 2012 (UTC)

No you definitely weren't. After first viewing when I made the article I was unsure who he played and another actor's CV says something like Lannister soldier / King's man so I assumed they were the featured Kingsguard but having written the recap and seen Ser Mandon after going through the actor's headshots I am now confident that James Doran was Ser Mandon.--Opark 77 14:53, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
Ok cool. I do notice it's definitely not him in Episode 8.JakePT 14:56, May 28, 2012 (UTC)
Yeah, he has been in season 1 played by unidentified extras too and I suppose they did the same thing in "The Prince of Winterfell." I think it is hard to get a good enough actor to play a background part so they often have to recast when these kind of roles get more prominent later.--Opark 77 13:08, May 29, 2012 (UTC)