We all know that the cast of Game of Thrones is a talented bunch, but did you know that there are musicians among the crew? Here's your guide to the Game of Thrones actors who could join forces and create a Westeros supergroup or orchestra.
Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen): voice, piano, guitar and flute
The Mother of Dragons said that if she weren't an actress, she would have been a singer or graphic designer. Clarke plays guitar, piano and flute, and she showed off her singing voice in a Dolce & Gabbana commercial last year.
Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark): classical piano
Wright has been playing piano since he was 8 or 9, and initially felt forced to play it by his mom. He admitted he suffers from stage fright, but playing jazz has made him feel more at ease performing in front of others.
Kristian Nairn (Hodor): piano, organ and DJ
Known for his infamous single line ("Hodor"), Nairn is more than a one-line pony outside of Game of Thrones. He started playing piano at 3, and even played pipe organ in his high school's production of Phantom of the Opera. He tours as a DJ, playing house music in nightclubs around the world.
Jonathan Pryce (High Sparrow): voice
Outside of his role in King's Landing, Pryce is an accomplished Broadway star, starring in productions in London and New York.
Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark): piano and voice
Although listed as a joke in her twitter bio, Turner did receive a certificate for completing Grade 1 piano. She has also showcased her voice on an episode of the Late Late Show with James Corden, singing the kid's hit "Baby Shark."
Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister): voice
Iain Glen (Ser Jorah): voice, guitar and piano
Glen's involvement with music branches from covers and original music to starring in musicals, such as Martin Guerre, where he received critical acclaim for his performance.