If their face seems to you familiar, it’s logic. The two actors are regulars on TV series. Throughout their career, they have worked on the same prestigious show: Game of Thrones, the famous epic saga of HBO.
The space of 17 episodes spread over three seasons (2, 5 and 6), Tom Wlaschiha played a central character in the itinerary of Arya Stark: Jaqen H’ghar, the mysterious assassin of the order of the Faceless. His cult replica: Valar Morghulis. Translation: Every man must die sooner or later. It is he who teaches Arya (Maisie Williams) to change faces when it comes to eliminating her targets one after the other.
Unlike Tom Wlaschiha, Joseph Quinn only benefited from a passage flash in Game of Thrones.
Chance of the story, his character baptized Koner is also connected to Arya Stark. In episode 4 of season 7, the daughter of Ned Stark finally finds the family castle of Winterfell after a long forced exile. Things don’t go as planned. Two guards, Koner and Henk, block his way.
After this anecdotal passage, we will never hear from Koner again in Game of Thrones.
If the role of Koner is (logically) not remembered, it is a completely different destiny that is taking shape for that of Eddie Munson. Killed by Vecna’s bats in the monumental episode 9 of season 4 of Stranger Things, the rebel with a big heart is taking more and more pride in the hearts of fans.
Of the scenes and replicas perfectly played by Joseph Quinn marked the spirits:
Season 4 of Stranger Things did a great job scriptwriting, connecting and explaining most of the events of the past. Need some help sorting out the story? Just browse our recap of Stranger Things eventsfrom 1947 to 1986.