The new challenge of Daenerys after passing by the cinema and the television


Today Emilia Clarke it is one of the more familiar faces, beloved and popular of the world thanks to their participation inGame of Thrones‘.

The british actress embarked on the series George R. R. Martin in 2011 and has remained within the cast of fiction up to its end in may 2019.

Throughout of almost 10 years, Clarke has played to perfection the role of Daenerys Targaryen, Mother of Dragons, stealing the hearts of all fans of the fantastic series.

But, beyond her television careeralso, we have been able to see Emilia on the big screen. Recently protagonizaba one of the great films of christmas: ‘Last Christmas‘, with which it has had a great success.

Previously we were able to see it along with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the blockbuster ‘Terminator: Genesis’ giving life to Sarah Connor. It was also part of the Universe of ‘Star Wars’ with ‘Han Solo: A history of Star Wars’, playing Qi ra. Many knew her also for his starring role in the romantic drama ‘Before you‘along with actor Sam Claflin, based on the best-selling novel from Jojo Moyes.

Now, Emilia Clarke is immersed in his new project where is removed from one of their large spines, the theatre. We could already see it on the tables in your Broadway debut with ‘Breakfast with diamonds‘in 2013, but then did not receive the criticism you wanted. On this occasion, the actress has embarked in the work ‘The Seagull’ (The Seagull), which will be released next march in London in the West End. Through their social networks, we have been able to see the the first image of the entire cast completely along with an enthusiastic message.

“Look at all these beauties together!!!! Also known as the cast of The Jamie Lloyd Company with ‘The Seagull’. I feel proud and privileged to be amongst these majestic creatures. SPOILER ALERT: it’s Going to be epic”.

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