Daenerys' spiteful brother Viserys was played by Harry Lloyd.
Now Harry Lloyd stars in a new spy thriller series from Starz called "Counterpart," and will have a role on the final season of FX's "Legion."
Mark Addy starred as the formidable Robert Baratheon.
Mark Addy went on to appear on several UK television shows, including "Atlantis," "New Blood," and an experimental Amazon show called "Oasis."
Jason Momoa was unforgettable as Daenerys' husband Khal Drogo.
Now he's playing DC's Aquaman in a standalone movie as well as in "Justice League," plus he stars on the Netflix original series "Frontier."
Nobody can forget Sean Bean as Ned Stark, whose death was one of the most shocking on the series.
Now he's starring on a TV series called "The Oath" on Sony's streaming platform Crackle.
Renly Baratheon — played by Gethin Anthony — was murdered with blood magic halfway through season two.
Gethin Anthony played Charles Manson in NBC's 2015 drama "Aquarius."
The bloodiest episode of the series was "The Rains of Castamere," where Robb Stark's wife Talisa (Oona Chaplin) was the first of many brutally killed.
Now Oona Chaplin stars opposite Tom Hardy on FX's new racy historical drama series "Taboo."
Robb Stark, played by Richard Madden, was killed on the same episode.
Now you can watch Madden in Netflix's original movie "Ibiza: Love Drunk" and on BBC One's show "Bodyguard."
Michelle Fairley played Robb's mother, Catelyn, who was the final person killed at the Red Wedding.
Michelle Fairley stepped into a role as a different king's mother on the Starz historical drama, "The White Princess."
King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) didn't live long after the Red Wedding.
Gleeson took a break from acting for a while after exiting "Game of Thrones," though he returned to the stage for a play called "Bears in Space" in 2016.
Lysa Arryn, played by Kate Dickie, was unceremoniously pushed to her death by Littlefinger on the fourth season.
Dickie starred in 2015's horror movie "The Witch," and most recently had a small role in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."
We'll spare you the visual of Oberyn getting his head smashed in, but fans will never forget seeing Pedro Pascal's final moments as the Red Viper.
Pascal now stars on Netflix's original series "Narcos," and on the coming "Star Wars" TV series "The Mandalorian."
One of the most heartbreaking deaths came when Ygritte — played by Rose Leslie — died in Jon Snow's arms.
Leslie is now starring on CBS's lawyer drama "The Good Fight."
The season four finale delivered many more deaths, including Jojen Reed — played by Thomas Brodie-Sangster.
Brodie-Sangster reprised his "Love Actually" role for new short created for Red Nose Day in 2017.
Charles Dance played the intimidating Tywin Lannister, whose vicious moral code came back to bite him when Tyrion murdered him.
Dance has had numerous movie roles since, including 2016's "Ghostbusters" remake and "Underworld: Blood Wars."
Shireen Baratheon's death was one of the most gut-wrenching of the whole series.
Now Kerry Ingram can be seen on a Netflix original show called "Free Rein," a young adult series about a girl who learns to ride horses in England.
Roose Bolton — played by Michael McElhatton — was one of the first characters to be killed off on the sixth season.
Michael McElhatton can be spotted among other "Game of Thrones" alumni in the Guy Ritchie movie "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword."
Ramsay Bolton also ruthlessly murdered Osha, played by Natalie Tena.
Tena starred alongside Jeremy Piven on a 2017 CBS drama called "Wisdom of the Crowd."
Kristian Nairn nailed every "Hodor" that was Hodor-ed on "Game of Thrones."
His time on the show may be over, but Kristian Nairn has built a strong DJ career over the past few years. He still tours, and you can catch "Rave of Thrones" at a city near you.
Ian McShane had a brief stint on "Game of Thrones" as Brother Ray.
Now you can see McShane in Starz's new fantasy series "American Gods," which is based on the Neil Gaiman book of the same name.
Icelandic actor Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson played Lem Lemoncloak for a brief series of episodes on season six.
Jóhannesson now stars on a Netflix show, too.
Essie Davis also had a brief role on season six.
Davis went on to appear in the "Assassin's Creed" movie, and now she's playing a queen opposite Michelle Fairley on Starz's show "The White Princess."
At the start of the Battle of the Bastards, Ramsay Bolton murdered Rickon Stark (played by Art Parkinson).
Parkinson voiced the lead role for breakout animated movie "Kubo and the Two Strings."
Iwan Rheon convincingly played the psychopathic Ramsay Bolton, who was finally killed at the end of season six.
Iwan Rheon appeared on ABC's Marvel series, "Inhumans," in 2017, and stars in a Netflix original movie called "The Dirt."
Margaery Tyrell met her end on the season six finale, which meant no more Natalie Dormer for "Game of Thrones" fans.
Dormer now stars on an Amazon miniseries called "Picnic at Hanging Rock."
Margaery's brother, Loras, met the same fiery end.
Jones played Danny Rand on Marvel's "Iron Fist" series on Netflix.
The High Sparrow — played by Jonathan Pryce — was another figure killed by Cersei on the season six finale.
Pryce co-starred alongside Oscar-nominated Glenn Close in the 2018 movie "The Wife."
Roger Ashton-Griffiths played Mace Tyrell, father to Loras and Margaery and yet another victim of Cersei's wildfire plot.
Ashton-Griffiths is yet another "Game of Thrones" alumni you can now see on FX's new series "Taboo."
Cersei failed to consider Tommen after she murdered his wife and in-laws, and he died by suicide following the explosion in the sept.
Dean-Charles Chapman appeared alongside Liam Neeson in the 2018 thriller "The Commuter."
Walder Frey was played by David Bradley. His character met a gruesome end when Arya Stark finally avenged the Red Wedding.
Bradley has continued appearing on mainly TV shows, including FX's "The Strain" and "Doctor Who."
On "Game of Thrones" season seven, one of the most upsetting deaths was that of Olenna Tyrell (the last of her family).
You can still watch Dame Diana Rigg on a TV period drama, though. She plays the Duchess of Buccleuch on "Victoria."
Littlefinger's demise was a long time coming, and provided both Sansa and Arya Stark with a much-needed moment of revenge.
Gillen was one of the stars of 2018's Oscar-nominated biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody."