It's a match made in heaven...but the part of heaven where they do all the evil scheming.
Aidan Gillen often plays a character who seems to have planned everything well in advance, and has manoeuvred his way into the seat of power where he intends on staying for quite a while, so it makes perfect sense that he should be well versed with Sun Tzu's classic The Art of War.
Given that he's played a crime boss in Love/Hate, an ambitious politician in The Wire and the conniving Littelfinger in Game of Thrones, it's frankly surprising that it's taken this long for the two to come together. The clip below gives you a little taster, and you can get the full thing on audible.com if you fancy doing some scheming yourself.
Via AV Club