Peter Dinklage Mocks 'Game of Thrones' Dead Characters in Preview of NBC Red Nose Day Special

The Tyrion depicter sings a 'Game of Thrones'-themed song written by Coldplay in a sketch for a 'campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty.'

AceShowbiz - %cPeter Dinklage% has teamed up with %cColdplay% for a "Game of Thrones" musical parody. In a preview of NBC's Red Nose Day special, the actor sings a song written by the %cChris Martin%-fronted band about dead characters on the hit HBO series.

"Remember Ned Stark/ He was a lot of fun/ But he didn't make it past season one!" the Emmy-winning actor croons. "Robert Baratheon was part of that crew/ But he never made it to season two/ The King of the North was cool, you said/ Another favorite that ended up dead!"

He continues, "You thought Joffrey had to survive/ He ain't in the credits for season five," before boasting about his character Tyrion Lannister, "Baby you know I'm the man for all seasons/ Characters get cut for various reasons/ Some people's parts just ain't very long/ But not me, I'm still going strong!"

"Game of Thrones: The Musical" sketch will air as part of NBC's Red Nose Day telecast on Thursday, May 21 at 8 P.M. PT/ET. The Red Nose Day benefit is "dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh."

Besides Dinklage, %cAnna Kendrick% will appear in an "Indiana Jones" sketch. A clip of the sketch has also landed online.

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