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    Noah Syndergaard

    Noah Syndergaard

    [ranking: 2]
    Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard, nicknamed "Thor" by his fans, makes a brief appearance in the Season 7 episode "The Spoils of War" as a Lannister soldier. Perhaps appropriately, the professional pitcher plays a spear thrower. He manages to take out a Dothraki soldier with a well-aimed throw. Unfortunately for Mets fans, Syndergaard was likely incinerated by Drogon shortly after his appearance. 

    Will Champion

    Will Champion

    [ranking: 9]
    Coldplay drummer Will Champion has a brief but interesting cameo in one of the series's most infamous episodes, "The Rains of Castamere." He plays a drummer at the wedding of Edmure Tully and one of Walder Frey's daughters, but the wedding doesn't go exactly as planned. Known as the Red Wedding, the event takes a turn when the Freys betray the Starks. This leads to the vicious slaying of Rob and Catelyn Stark.

    Royd Tolkien

    Royd Tolkien

    [ranking: 6]
    There would arguably be no Game of Thrones if it wasn't for the works of literary giant J.R.R. Tolkien, so it's fitting his great-grandson makes an appearance on the show. Royd Tolkien appears as a Wildling in the Season 5 episode "Hardhome." Outside of GoT, he also appears in Return of the King and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.

    Of Monsters And Men

    Of Monsters And Men

    [ranking: 7]
    Of Monsters And Men is the second Icelandic band to have a cameo on Game of Thrones after Sigur R??s. They appear as Bravossi musicians in Season 6 at the play Arya attends, The Bloody Hand. They can be seen above the stage playing their instruments. 

    Chris Stapleton

    Chris Stapleton

    [ranking: 4]
    Famous country musician Chris Stapelton has a cameo so brief, you almost definitely missed it. He appears in the Season 8 episode "The Long Night" as a corpse on the battlefield. When the Night King attempts to thwart Jon Snow by resurrecting an enormous number of dead, Stapelton is one of the fallen to reanimate. His bassist and tour manager are also featured in the episode. 

    Gary Lightbody

    Gary Lightbody

    [ranking: 8]
    Gary Lightbody is the singer for the band Snow Patrol, and he lends his voice to the Season 3 episode "Walk of Punishment" as he sings the song "The Bear and the Maiden Fair." Lightbody is among the captors of Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth. 

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Most of the cast of Game of Thrones were relative unknowns before the show premiered, but they've since become superstars since. That's not necessarily true of everyone in the series, however, as many genuine stars have made guest appearances over the seasons. This may be yet another thing you forgot about Game of Thrones, as the cameos are usually subtle - but once you notice them, they are hard to ignore. These may not be the best Game of Thrones characters, but that doesn't stop them from totally derailing viewers' focus. 

There have been a wide variety of reactions to the various Game of Thrones cameos over the seasons, from quiet delight to outright disdain. Many of them are just plain strange, leaving audiences to question if they really just saw Ed Sheeran in full Lannister armor. Whether they are famous pop stars, respected comedians, or even star athletes, the strangest celebrity cameos in Game of Thrones history pretty much always pull you back to reality. 

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