Game of Throne has announced a new season of voice actors.
As part of a partnership with Warner Bros., the voice actors of King Jarl and Elsa will voice a new cast of characters on the HBO series.
“Game of Throne is a show about people and relationships.
Each of these characters are different from the ones we have seen before.
They have their own motivations, and their own desires,” said Game of the Thrones voice actor Jorah Mormont in a statement.
“We’re looking forward to working with them to create something more complex, exciting, and memorable than the first season of Game of Hearts.
The voice actors behind these characters have been incredibly talented, and we’re so excited to work with them again in the new season.”
The new cast includes:Jorah Mroront: As the King of the North, Jorah has been on the show since Season 3.
He voices both the Northern Houses, the Night’s Watch and the Freys, and has previously voiced Dorne and The Vale.
He also voices the High Sparrow, and the Kingsguard.
He is also a part of the Game of Kings series, which has featured the voice of Tywin Lannister.
Sam Heughan: Sam has voiced both Arya Stark and Bran Stark in the books, but has also appeared in other HBO shows such as True Blood, Game of Parts and the upcoming Game of Swords.
He’s also the voice behind the characters from the Game and the Thrones universe.
Riitta Kallin: Riitta is one of the most experienced voice actors in Game of Thorns, with over 20 seasons of voice work on HBO.
She is currently in charge of the voices of Daenerys Targaryen and Arya Targaryan.
She’s also one of HBO’s top Game of HBO voice actors as well.
Alex Daddario: Alex has been voicing Bran Stark for a few seasons now, but this will be his first time voicing Elsa.
He’ll be voicing the leader of House Frey, who have their origins in the First Men.
He has also voiced both Daeneras and Khal Drogo.
Sam Riley: Sam is also known for voicing Bran and Jon Snow, but he will be voicing Daeneris Targaryens, as well as the Night King and the Prince of Winterfell.
He previously voiced both Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister, and will also be voicing Sansa Stark in HBO’s Game of Ice and Fire series.
Alexandra Foy: As Cersei Lannister’s sister, Jaime Lannister will be playing Cersei’s brother, Jon.
Jaime also voices Tyrion, who will be voiced by Alfie Allen.
In addition to voice work, the new cast will also include:Cheryl Van Horn: Cheryl is one-half of the hit Game of thorns singing duo The Van Horns.
She has also been featured in Game and Thrones and several TV shows.
Shelly Pannell: Shelly is the voice actress behind Jaime Lannier and Cersei.
She voiced Daeneryn Martell and Jon Arryn in the first two seasons of Game and also played the role of Arya in the HBO TV series.
She previously voiced Arya and Samwell Tarly in the show’s first season.
Nicole Scherzinger: Nicole is one half of the duo The Flaming Lips, and she has also done voice work in a variety of TV shows, including Grey’s Anatomy, The Vampire Diaries, Grey’s World and The Walking Dead.
She will be reprising her role as Cersei in the upcoming season of the show.
Nicola Wanda: She will play Daenerin Targaryes, one of two women on the Thrones show, along with Jaime Lannisters sister, Sansa.
She also has voice work under her belt on the Game series.
Sheila Hennig: She also voices Arya on the TV series, but is best known for her role on HBO’s True Blood.
She currently voices Dany’s mother, Myrcella Baratheon.
Sheldon Massey: Sheldon is best-known for his role on NBC’s How I Met Your Mother.
He voiced the character, Penny, in the hit sitcom.
He currently voices the role for the animated series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
He was also featured on Game of Drones and on the Disney Channel’s series Drones.
Natalie Portman: Natalie Portman, who voiced the role in the TV show’s second season, will also play the role on Game, as she is known for portraying Arya.
Nancy Cartwright: Nancy is a voice actress known for playing many different characters in various shows including Supernatural, The Simpsons, and Game of Life.
She recently starred in HBO series The Real O