22 ‘Game Of Thrones’ Actors Who Appeared In Music Videos – Bustle

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Game of Thrones fans know that famous musicians loved visiting Westeros. But did you know that most of your favorite Game of Thrones stars have appeared in music videos too? It seems the music lovefest is mutual, because everyone from Maisie Williams to Sean Bean has appeared in a music video at some point. A few of the stars are even musicians themselves — Jacob Anderson performs under the stage name Raleigh Ritchie, while Iwan Rheon has proven himself to be a charmer with a guitar when he's not playing Ramsay Bolton. Seeing the denizens of Westeros in moody music videos, or playing the romantic leads as a pop star croons behind them (or hanging out with Moby, in the case of Ned Stark) is weird in the best way. Whether Ser Davos is making you swoon in Kodaline's "High Hopes" video or Bronn is shocking you with his past life as a British pop star, these music videos featuring the Game of Thrones cast are all gems in their own right. And thankfully, none of them end quite as tragically as that time The National showed up to play "The Rains of Castamere" at Edmure Tully's wedding. Because as ....

Maisie Williams SeafretVEVO on YouTube FreyaRidingsVEVO on YouTube Williams is best known for playing the Night King-killing Arya Stark, but she's also becoming a go-to music video star. In 2016, she appeared as a bullied young girl who finds her inner superhero in Seafret's "Oceans." Then she was directed by her Game of Thrones co-star Lena Headey in Freya Ridings' father-daughter themed video for "You Mean the World to Me." 2. Sophie Turner BastilleVEVO on YouTube JonasBrothersVEVO on YouTube Not to be outdone, Williams' onscreen Stark sister, Turner, has also appeared in a pair of videos too. She gets over a nasty case of stage fright in Bastille's "Oblivion, " and more recently, she appeared in her husband, Joe Jonas' video for "Sucker." The Jonas Brothers' comeback video was a true family affair that not only featured Turner, but also her fellow J-Sisters Danielle Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas. 3. Lena Headey KasabianVEVO on YouTube Headey raises the dead (literally) in Kasabian's "Ill Ray (The King)" video. .

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