there is life after Daenerys

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Until a few days ago, while London is kept outside the mandatory quarantine that befell the rest of the world, Emilia Clarke he was wearing a life away from the spotlight, occupying their days post Game of thrones in a West End theatre. There rehearsing a new staging of The seagull by Chekhov directed by Jamie Lloyd, the same one that brought together James McAvoy for out Cyrano de Bergerac in the version of the classic for which she was nominated for a prestigious Olivier award.

But if it has been concentrated in the theatre it is not because of Emilia missing proposals to make cinema or television. The london-based 33-year-old confessed in a recent interview with The Sunday Times that has eight or nine projects to work again in front of the cameras but for now, when everything is back to normal, your priority will be to have the rematch with the theatre. Is that Clarke grew up in a household closely associated with the scenarios, because his father was a sound engineer working regularly in theatre halls, so that from very little attended to see made on a regular basis. However, when in high school, he played to integrate the casts of the works that he did, he never obtained more than secondary roles, and the same thing happened when he began to study theatre at the university.



Emilia Clarke in 'Game of thrones'

Emilia Clarke in ‘Game of thrones’
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Already turned in Daenerys in Game of thrones
used his fame to get the role of Holly Golightly in the making of Broadway musical Breakfast with diamondsbased on the movie of Audrey Hepburn and Truman Capote novel. However, the experience was not very good and the critics tore apart. But now, with a fortune of close to 12 million euros and the possibility of taking all the time in the world to decide their next steps, the actress has decided to put all of your energy on paying off that old debt and show the world that you can also shine on the tables.


Unlucky in love

According to the actress, it is very difficult to find a partner when one is famous: “it Is truly hopeless”

However, Clarke admits that in the plane of the sentimental things don’t go so well. It was the wedding of the son of Malcolm McDowell and Mary Steenburgen, director Charlie McDowell, and she also had romances with Seth McFarlane; Cory Michael Smithseries Gotham, and James Franco but currently is single. According to the actress, it is very difficult to find a partner when one is famous: “it Is truly hopeless”, he confessed in an interview that he gave in September this reporter to the purpose of Last Christmas.




Hard anonymity

“When it came out Tinder, I asked him if I could wear it, and I realized that it was not a good idea, because it would have received answers very strange,” says Emilia Clarke

“When it came out Tinder I wondered if I could use it, and I realized that it was not a good idea, because it would have received responses very strange. Fame and love are not compatible. It is very difficult because if you’re famous, others belong to another reality, but it’s not. Everything is imaginary. Simon Pegg said the phrase which to my mind better exemplifies what it is to be famous. It is as if you always pick a ridiculous hat that you can not remove. That is precisely how it feels. Imagine what it is to go out with someone you don’t know, and that takes that ridiculous hat all the time,” he explained.

The british actress Emilia Clarke poses at the red carpet arrival to the awards of the British Academy of Film Bafta at the Royal Albert Hall in London on the 2nd of February 2020

The british actress Emilia Clarke poses at the red carpet arrival to the awards of the British Academy of Film Bafta at the Royal Albert Hall in London on the 2nd of February 2020
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Clarke says that even so, has been able to survive the attentionand even confessed that on a couple of occasions he got on the subway in London, but the result was not the best: “The experience was quite claustrophobic, because you’re with that fucking ridiculous hat and the whole carriage looks at you. One time I had to go tip to tip, and when I sat down, the looks were pretty intense. That is why I prefer to walk around London. I put on the headphones, listen to music or my podcasts, and although once in a while someone stops me to ask me for a selfie or an autograph, I carry it pretty well. And in addition they are always the taxis,” he said in the interview, speaking of course of normal times.