Lady Sansa Stark is all grown up. Sophie Tuner, 19, who plays the "Game Of Thrones" character showed off her figure in a shimmery, silver Burberry gown. It's definitely a far cry from her grey robes on the HBO show. Click here to see what else the stars wore at the 2015 Met Gala.
Clarke is hardly recognizable without her long blonde wig. When she's not busy being the 'Mother of Dragons," the British actress said she almost never gets recognized. "It takes a die-hard fan to actually spot me," she said.
The brunette actress sports a wig to play the scheming Cersei Lannister, but she still gets stopped on the street when not in costume. "I'll be in a store buying beetroot and they’ll come up and say, ‘You’re such a b—.’ Or they’ll say, ‘Just f— slap that kid for me,'" she said of fans who mistake her for her character.
Alfie Allen looks very different from his "Game of Thrones" character but he sure looks a lot like his real-life sister, singer Lily Allen. Lily Allen was asked to join the HBO show's cast but turned it down because the producers had offered her a role that involved sexual scenes with her real-life brother Alfie Allen.
In real life, the 17-year-old Williams prefers dancing to sword fighting.
Harington doesn't look so different from his "Game of Thrones" character Jon Snow but that's because he can't cut his hair. "It has its own contract definitely," he said on Live with Kelly and Michael. "I never thought I'd say that about my own hair."
Add burn scars, heavy armor and take away his smile and McCann is transformed into killing machine "The Hound."
Dormer has scored roles in many films and television movies with cult followings. She played the ill-fated Anne Boleyn in "The Tudors" and will appear as Cressida in the final two installments of the "Hunger Games" series.
Bradley-West plays the loveable but clumsy Tarly on "Game of Thrones." The actor proved he cleans up nicely in real life.
Leslie had to hide her posh accent to play the wild Ygritte on "Game of Thrones." You might also recognize her from her role as maid Gwen Dawson on "Downton Abbey."
The 15-year-old British actor has received numerous nominations for his "Game of Thrones" role as the serious Bran Stark.
Christine's character in the "Game of Thrones" books is described as the "ugliest woman in all of Westros." The 6 foot 3 model is a far cry from "ugly" and her make under for "Game of Thrones" did give her a dressed-down look.
Your favorite 'Game of Throne' stars, but in the 21st century.