'Game of Thrones' Star Kit Harington Looks Barely Recognizable Sporting Glasses and Fitted Tank Top in Montrea

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Kit Harington, is that you?

The Game of Thrones star was recently grocery shopping in Montreal, Canada, rocking a low-key ensemble that allowed him to perfectly blend in with the crowd.

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Harington, 29, sported a gray button-up over a fitted white tank top, which he paired with glasses, headphones, dark-wash skinny jeans and black-and-white sneakers.


Underneath all those heavy layers of clothing he dons as Jon Snow in the hit HBO series, it looks as if the British actor is just a normal guy after all!

He's currently in Montreal filming The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, where he plays the lead in the Xavier Dolan-directed drama. It also stars Jessica Chastain, Natalie Portman, Susan Sarandon and Bella Thorne.

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In a recent interview with TheWrap, Harington revealed that, like many GoT fans, he was -- SPOILER ALERT! -- initially upset by Jon Snow's resurrection by Melisandre (Carice van Houten) in season six.

"I knew I was coming back to life, but I didn't know if I'd come back as a changed person, as a villain," Harington said. "So I couldn't pre-plan anything, which was hard. Then I got the scripts, and actually, he comes back as himself, as the Jon that everyone knows, which at first I found disappointing."

"But it's more subtle than that," he continued. "[Jon] has an insight into what lies beyond that very few people in his world do, and that no one in our world does -- he knows that there's no afterlife. Which does quietly drive who he is and what he wants to do."

Now, Harington isn't really worried about whether or not his character will remain on the series' final two seasons.

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"I feel like one of the safest people on Thrones now," he dished. "Maybe I shouldn't say that. He could die next season, but I felt very safe this season."

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