He'll always be in our icy cold hearts and memories, but he no longer walks the frozen tundra he once called "home."
Yep, we're talking about that steely eyed blue-faced gentlemen on Game of Thrones known as the Night King (may he never be forgotten…for the sake of human kind). But while we may never see the Night King or his fiercely loyal Army of the Dead again, we do have actor Vladimír Furdík, who portrayed the incredibly cheek-boned
In a recent interview with Vulture, Furdík said "The Long Night" episode director Miguel Sapochnik told him that in order to nail the haughty walk, the weird/murderous facial expression and completely embody his "I'm about to kill you and your human-hard-drive-like memory" attitude, he had to think about…cake.
"I remember a couple of times when I did the walk, and I go for my target, which was Bran, and he said, 'Bran, he is not man. He is a cake. And you would like to eat this cake,'" Furdík said. "'And I would like to see you acting, you’re walking to him, you’re walking like you’re looking for that cake, which is waiting for you under the tree.'"