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This Is What The Game Of Thrones Cast Was Doing Before The Show.

Game of Thrones is probably one of the most watched TV series these days, first aired by HBO in 2010, it have become one of the most discussed and debated series on television. Famous for its controversial graphic images of adult-rated explicit sexual content and vivid graphic violence, Game of Thrones has a story that keeps everyone on edge. Here are the 13 faces from the Game of Thrones cast who made this series a hit, let’s find out what they were doing before being cast in there GOT roles.

1: Pedro Pascal – Oberyn Martell.

This heart throb hottie from Game of Thrones played a small role in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, before stealing the hearts of millions as Oberyn Martell— until of course he had his eyes popped out and brains exploded out of his skull in the most gruesome of ways.

Status on the show: Very much dead

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2:Sean Bean – Ned Stark.

Boromir from Lord of The Rings trilogy was portrayed by Sean Bean, he might as well had walked out of one set to the other as he had the same look and clothing down to the bread and the long locks needed to play Ned Stark as they were to play Boromir. He was one of the most loved character of the series for like six episodes until his grand decapitation

Status on the show: Dead—Head on a stake dead.

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3: Peter Dinklage – Tyrion Lannister.

Peter Dinklage be as small as he looks, have done some really big roles in Hollywood. He was a well-known actor even before Game of Thrones and starred in Elf and Death, having a famous role. He later went on to win the Golden Globe awards for playing Tyrion Lannister in Game of Thrones.

Status on the show: Still alive – Due gratitude to the author

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