Oliver Ford Davis played Maester Cresen, who served Dragonstone under Stannis Baratheon, in “Game of Thrones,” and he also played Seo Pebble in the prequel trilogy.
Seo Bebel is the ruler of Naboo.
Keisha Castle-Hughes played Obara Sand in “Game of Thrones” and was Queen Apailana in “Revenge of the Sith”.
Queen Abaylana Nabu ruled after Padme.
Gwendolyn Christie portrayed Sir Brienne of Tarth in “Game of Thrones” and joined the “Star Wars” universe as Captain Phasma in “The Force Awakens.”
She reprized her role as the leader of the 1st Class Storm Troopers in “The Last Jedi”.
Max van Sydow played the Three-Eyed Raven who passed his cloak on to Bran in “Game of Thrones” and played Lor San Tika in “The Force Awakens.”
Lor San Teka was an explorer who supported the resistance.
Emun Elliot appeared as Marillion, a singer who cut his tongue on Joffrey’s orders in “Game of Thrones” and was the lead Brance in “The Force Awakens”.
Prince is a communications officer for the Resistance.
Jessica Henwick in “Game of Thrones” was Nymeria Sand and she played Jessika Pava in “The Force Awakens.”
Pava is a resistance pilot and fights against the First Order at Starkiller Base.
Miltos Yerolemou was Syrio Forel, Arya’s sword trainer, in “Game of Thrones” and appeared in “The Force Awakens” as a bar patron.
In The Force Awakens, he is in Maz Kanata’s castle when the First Order attacks.
Ian White portrayed multiple characters in “Game of Thrones,” including White Walker, The Mountain in season 2, and the giant Wun Wun. He was in “The Force Awakens” as two characters: Crusher Roodown and Bollie Prindel.
Roodown is a scavenger from Jakku while Prindel is a Urodel serving the Resistance.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster played Jojen Reed in “Game of Thrones” and had a cameo role in “The Force Awakens” as Petty Officer Thaneson.
Thaneson serves the 1st rank under General Hawkes.
Hannah Jon Kamen played Ornela, a Dosh khaleen member who meets Daenerys Targaryen, in “Game of Thrones” and was the #1 officer in “The Force Awakens.”
Her character appeared briefly in “The Force Awakens”.
Jefferson Hall played Ser Hugh of the Vale, who was killed in a duel match with Mountain, in “Game of Thrones” and appeared briefly as Officer Class One No. 4 in “The Force Awakens.”
He works at Starkiller Base in “The Force Awakens”.
Mark Stanley played Grenn, a member of the Night’s Watch, in “Game of Thrones” and appeared in “The Force Awakens” as the Knight of Ren.
Appears behind Kylo Ren during a flashback.
Kate Dickey played Lysa Arryn in “Game of Thrones” and appeared in “The Last Jedi” as a first-rate screenwriter.
The monitor works with General Hux.
Ralph Ineson played Dagher Cliftjo, a striker for House Greyjoy, in “Game of Thrones” and played Colonel Ansiv Garmuth in “The Last Jedi.”
Serves on the Snoke ship.
Mark Louis Jones played Shagga, the leader of the Stone Crows, in “Game of Thrones” and was Captain Moden Canady in “The Last Jedi.”
Kennedy is an officer of the first class.
Ian McElhinney played Ser Barristan Selmy in “Game of Thrones” and appeared in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” as General Jean Dodona.
General Dodona was introduced in the movie “A New Hope” where he played Alex McCrindle.
Frances Magee was Yoren, the recruit in the Night’s Watch who kept Arya safe on the journey out of King’s Landing, in “Game of Thrones” and played Jav Mefran in “Rogue One.”
Jav Mefran is a soldier of the republic and joins the rebels in the fight at the Battle of Scarif.
Emilia Clarke played Daenerys Targaryen in “Game of Thrones” and she was playing Qi’ra in “Solo: A Star Wars Story”.
Qi’ra is the childhood friend and former romantic partner of Han Solo.
Robert Vancitart appeared as Yohn Royce in “Game of Thrones” and is Chief Hyne in “Andor”.
Chief Hein is presented at the premiere of “Andor” as a chief inspector who instructs a subordinate to ignore a possible murder investigation involving two of his colleagues.
Hein requested that the incident be recorded as an accident to make it appear that crime rates were low in his sector. Cassian Andor, the series’ hero, was behind the deaths.