You know the "Game of Thrones" stars Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington and Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey – but do you remember some of the HBO fantasy series' greatest cameos of all?
Remember that you remember Ed Sheeran (literally, how could you forget it?) And now you know about the "GoT" Season 8 premiere's great connection to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", but TheWrap is willing to wager on all the precious Dragonglass in Westeros you have not noticed every famous face that has fallen by the seven kingdoms unannounced.
See our round of the top nine "Game of Thrones" cameos and a famous face that would make it a scene and why they didn't. [1
"It's always sunlight in the Philadelphia" creator / star played an Ironborn who handles Euron Greyjoy & # 39; s ship when Theon and his men came to rescue Yara. He took an arrow through his eye, and that was the end of his very short "GoT" bow.
The "Silicon Valley" star made his cameo on the same scene as McElhenney – and died the same way .
Perhaps the most famous and controversial of all cameos HBO series has ever had. Some fans, using such a well-known singer who played a Lannister soldier who interacted with Arya for a while, thought about taking them out of history too much. But then he sang like an angel.
This unclear Icelandic band played a chilling version of "The Rains of Castamere" at Joffrey and Margaery's wedding in season 4. Before you know, the groom was dead.
Measuring and large "GoT" puff appeared in Season 7, Episode 4 as a spider, because you know,
David Benioff and DB Weiss
Benioff and Weiss eventually got the look of their own series, but in a plot, and you will miss the moment. The two appear as faces in the Hall of Faces at the House of Black and White.
George RR Martin
The unaired "Game of Thrones" pilot is notorious for being really terrible, according to everyone involved in the project. Chores that struck that episode into the series' premiere you know and love also resulted in a cameo of "A song of ice and fire" writer being left on the cutting room floor. Now he was offered the chance to be on eighth and last season, but could not make it work with his schedule.
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