In honor of National Lookalike Day -- and National Four-Days-Until-GOT-Returns Day -- we're reviving this gallery of "Game of Thrones" characters and their pop culture lookalikes. Apparently Craster's sons aren't the only "Game of Thrones" characters separated at birth.
Khal Drogo and Dave Navarro The Dothraki leader and Jane's Addiction guitarist could have a long talk about shredding with their axes, and each would think the other was talking about something else.
Robb Stark and Henry Cavill Khal is played by Jason Momoa, who also plays Aquaman. If "Justice League" needs a new Superman, it might turn to Richard Madden, who no longer has a job playing Robb.
Bran Stark and Jimmy Page This one comes courtesy of our friends at the Bald Move podcast. Both the crippled Stark boy and the Led Zeppelin guitarist come from the land of the ice and snow, from the midnight sun where the hot springs flow. Actually, Winterfell may not have hot springs.
Margaery Tyrell and Diana Rigg Margaery bears a striking resemblance to the "Avengers" actress, who just happens to play her grandmother, Olenna Tyrell. That's great casting.
Jaime Lannister and Prince Charming From 'Shrek' At some point, resemblances start to seem intentional. Apparently Cersei isn't Jaime's only twin.
Arya Stark and Sarah Hyland Hyland has a "Modern Family." Arya has a mostly dead family.
White Walker horseman and Gregg Allman Both blond, blue-eyed longhairs have seen some things, man.
Loras Tyrell and Sam Heughan
Handsome, handsome Sam Heugan auditioned repeatedly for the role of handsome, handsome Loras Tyrell, but the role went to handsome, handsome Finn Jones, who, surprise surprise, looks quite a bit like Heugan. All ends well for Heughan, who scored a great role on "Outlander."
Locke and Kevin McDonald The hand-removing hunter would seem more threatening if not for his resemblance to the kindly "Kids in the Hall" comic genius.
Reek and Shaggy It's hard to say at this point who seems more completely deranged.
Hodor and Glenn Beck Fact: Both Hodor and poor Beck are able to speak only their own names.