'Game Of Thrones' Star Is The New Voice Of Chrysler

Commercials

No, the company isn't releasing a dragon.

The new Chrysler 300 would be nothing without a commercialnarrated by a Hollywood celebrity. This time the Detroit automaker has scoopedup Peter Dinklage, famous for playing Tyrion Lannister on HBO's hit show “Game of Thrones.”The ad itself is called “The Kings & Queens of America” and is all about the lack of royal bloodlines in America and how nothing is given. Dinklage is thevoice of this spot but he’s not its only celebrity.

You’ll have to watch the ad yourself to see if you canrecognize all the famous faces in it. Unfortunately it’s no longer halftime inAmerica so there’s no Clint Eastwood.

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