Petyr Baelish, Family, Career and Wife 

Petyr Baelish Biography

Lord Petyr Baelish, popularly called Littlefinger, was the Master of Coin on the Small Council under King Robert Baratheon and King Joffrey Baratheon.
He was a skilled manipulator and used his ownership of brothels in King’s Landing to both accrue intelligence on political rivals and acquire vast wealth. Baelish’s spy network is eclipsed only by that of his arch-rival Varys.

Petyr Baelish Age

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Petyr Baelish Family

Petyr Baelish’s great-grandfather was a Braavosi sellsword in the service of Lord Corbray; when his son became a hedge knight he took the stone head of the Titan of Braavos as his sigil. Lord Baelish’s father was the smallest of small lords of a few rocky acres on the smallest of the Fingers.
His father befriended Hoster Tully during their service in the War of the Ninepenny Kings, which led to Petyr being sent to be fostered at Riverrun with Lord Tully’s children.

Petyr Baelish Wife

Petyr Baelish is married to Lysa Arryn widow of Lord Jon Arryn of the Vale,
Petyr became obsessed and in love with Catelyn, but she never returned his affections. Lysa was infatuated with Petyr, but he only loved Catelyn. Eventually when she was betrothed to Brandon Stark, heir to Lord of Winterfell and Lord Paramount of the North, Petyr challenged him to a duel, thinking he could win through pluck and courage but he was promptly overpowered and nearly killed, though Catelyn begged Brandon to spare his life. Embittered, Petyr was cast out of Riverrun and returned to the Vale. During the course of Robert’s Rebellion, however, Brandon was killed by the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen, so Catelyn married his younger brother Eddard Stark, while to secure a political alliance Lysa was wed to Jon Arryn, ruler of the Vale. Manipulating Lysa’s infatuation with himself, Petyr ingratiated himself into Jon’s services, first as a customs officer at Gulltown, where he increased the port’s revenues tenfold. Seeing Littlefinger’s financial acumen, Jon was easily convinced by Lysa to later bring Littlefinger to the royal court at King’s Landing, and make him Master of Coin on King Robert Baratheon’s Small Council.[1] Petyr’s blatant ambition often placed him at odds with the Master of Whisperers, Varys.

Petyr Baelish Career

He is a prominent non-point of view character in Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series and a main character in HBO’s adaptation of the series, Game of Thrones, where he is portrayed by Aidan Gillen. In A Storm of Swords, it is revealed that several major plot points have hinged on Baelish’s intrigues, including the framing of Tyrion Lannister for the attempt on Bran Stark’s life, the downfall of Lord Eddard Stark, the deaths of Lord Jon Arryn and King Joffrey Baratheon, and the War of the Five Kings.

Book series

  • A Game of Thrones
  • A Clash of Kings
  • A Storm of Swords
  • A Feast for Crows

Television series

  • Seasons 1 & 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7

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Is Littlefinger Really Dead On ‘Game Of Thrones’? This Theory Might Convince You Otherwise
The thing that is so exhilarating about this final season of Game of Thrones is that truly anything could happen. I mean, this is a land of dragons, giants, and ice zombies… you really cannot count anything out for its big finale. And that includes a previously dead character possibly coming back to life. In fact, there is one pretty convincing theory floating around the fandom that Petyr Baelish may not actually be dead at all, and he may make a triumphant return in the show’s final season. So, is Littlefinger really dead on Game of Thrones? This theory would totally change everything about how fans may have thought the final season would go.
The crux of this Reddit theory comes from the final few episodes of Season 7. In the fourth episode of that season, Littlefinger realizes that Bran Stark has figured out that he was the one who sent an assassin to kill him all the way back in Season 1. It is in this moment that Littlefinger knows he is in grave danger, and sure enough, Bran is the person who seals his fate in the end by revealing he has seen Littlefinger’s betrayal Ned Stark himself, leading Sansa to order Arya to execute him. Or, at least, Arya executed someone. What if that was not really Littlefinger in the final court scene? That’s what this theory posits.
According to the theory, the last time that we actually saw the real Petry Baelish was shortly after his conversation with Bran. In the following episode, we briefly see Littlefinger speaking to a young girl, and we hear her say to him, “Your time is up.” He then hands the girl what could be an iron coin. This exchange may be small, but it could be hugely critical. After all, the iron coin is the currency of the Faceless Men, and that exchange very well could have been Littlefinger buying his ticket to safety.
The theory is: Petyr Baelish has been one of the Faceless Men all along. It may sound like a stretch at first, but it actually makes a ton of sense when you look back on his character. Littlefinger acts very similarly to how Jaqen H’ghar taught Arya to act. He fulfills the role of “no one” by building himself up from nothing but also always constantly staying on the sidelines, and he even created his own sigil so that he would not belong to any of Westeros’ houses. Speaking of his sigil, he chose it to be the mockingbird, a bird that can easily mimic others. And that’s the Faceless Men’s whole thing too, obviously.
To drive it home even more, Littlefinger’s great grandfather is from Braavos, the home of the Faceless Men, and he seems to react a little too slyly when Sansa asks him if he has heard of the Faceless Men.
OK, so now let’s get back to Littlefinger’s death. If he really is one of the Faceless Men, then that exchange with that little girl was likely a deal to switch places with another Faceless Man. That means that Arya killed someone else in that courtroom. The theory also explains why Littlefinger was acting out of character during Sansa’s sentencing. The master manipulator has always been cool and collected, and declined to beg for his life even when threatened with death. But the Littlefinger in the courtroom was incredibly emotional and was quick to plead for his life. Hmm…
Fans will just have to wait to see if Littlefinger really is alive or not in Game of Thrones Season 8, which premieres on Sunday, April 14.

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