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WATCH: Maisie Williams of ‘Game of Thrones’ pulls prank on fans

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WATCH: Maisie Williams of ‘Game of Thrones’ pulls prank on fans

/ 01:22 PM April 23, 2016


In just a short time, Arya Stark of the “Game of Thrones” series became, not “no one” but, someone.

Actress Maisie Williams played a new a character “Lorraine” when she pulled a prank on customers by pretending to be one of the shop clerks of Aero Hobbies, a gaming store in Los Angeles.

The British actress’ performance was recorded on a video produced and released by Nylon Magazine, whose cover Williams will grace in May.

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The show’s fans, however, didn’t need to do any second guessing to recognize the protégé of the “Faceless Man.”

“You want this one?” Williams asked one woman as she held an Arya Stark figure.

“This is you!” the woman giggled, to which Williams innocently replied “No, I’m Lorraine.”

Several other customers walked in and caught Williams in disguise, much to their surprise.

But Williams didn’t budge and instead stayed in character. “It seems like a weird show to me,” she told another fan about Game of Thrones.

Williams later gave customers GoT giveaways from the HBO shop, after she made them act out some of the memorable scenes from the series.

The fans willingly reenacted scenes of the Lannisters such as Cersei, Jaime and Joffrey. An elder woman even imitated one of the dragons in the show.

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Season 6 of the popular fantasy drama series is set to premiere on April 24 (US time). CDG

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