Fans of both shows may have recognized the talents of Lena Headey and Liam Cunningham. Headey lends her voice to the character of Evil-Lyn, a powerful sorceress who acts as on the commands of Skeletor (Mark Hamill) until she betrays him and puts in motion events that may shatter reality and bring oblivion to all. In doing so, she sets the stage for an epic confrontation with Teela (Sarah Michelle Gellar). On “Game of Thrones,” Headey plays the brutal Cersei Lannister, Queen Regent of Westeros, and one of the major antagonists of the series. The actor was a main character on the acclaimed HBO fantasy series, playing the doomed Lannister daughter for all eight seasons.
As for Cunningham, he voices Man-At-Arms, aka Duncan, on “Masters of the Universe: Revelation.” Duncan acts as the weapon master for Eternia and outfits He-Man and his allies with most of their armaments. He is also the adoptive father of Teela and one of He-Man’s best friends. On “Game of Thrones,” Cunningham plays Davos Seaworth. Originally in service of Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane), this reformed criminal watches as Stannis attempts to harness powerful dark magic in an attempt to claim the Iron Throne. When Stannis’ efforts go a step too far, it drives a wedge between himself and Davos, pushing the latter to change allegiances. Eventually, he aligns himself with Jon Snow (Kit Harington), becoming a trusted advisor to the heir to the Iron Throne. While Headey appears to have enjoyed playing a tyrannical role, Cunningham seems comfortable with his wizened ally status.