|Died||In 300 AC, at Stokeworth|
|Spouse||Lady Falyse Stokeworth|
|Book(s)|| A Storm of Swords (mentioned)|
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)
He has a thick blond mustache. His wavy blond hair is receding and he has pot belly.
He was once a renowned jouster and in his youth was considered one of the most handsome knights. He has been married to Falyse for ten years, though it is rumored that he shuns his wife's bed, preferring virgins.
A Feast for Crows
When his good-sister Lollys Stokeworth delivered her bastard son, Lollys's husband Bronn named the child Tyrion, after Tyrion Lannister. This incensed Queen Cersei to the point of believing Bronn to be a traitor, and so she sent Ser Balman to slay Bronn. Balman, ever chivalrous, challenged Bronn to a duel, believing the former sellsword's lack of experience on horse should ensure his victory. However Bronn used dirty tactics to win the duel, and slew Ser Balman, though not before extracting a confession from him that confirmed he was sent by the Queen.