The story of Daenerys Targaryen, which came to a tragic end as she burned King's Landing down and was then stabbed by her boyfriend Jon Snow, was a rough one to say the very least. Just to sum it up, she is strapped onto a giant pre-programed mechanical dragon, or a "genuinely scary theme park ride," which violently swings her around, and she has to anticipate each move to make it look like she's controlling it, while also acting, while also often speaking a made-up language. Speaking of that made-up language, she had to learn multiple. She even gave a lengthy speech in a made-up language!
Just one week after HBO aired its final episode of Game of Thrones , fans were treated to a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the show's eighth and final season in the documentary The Last Watch. Truly nothing could have prepared viewers for the footage that shows the actress getting her hair done and the moment hitting her hard. I wonder. She later hugs showrunner Dan Weiss and costar Maisie Williams before heading back to her trailer to discover that someone has written "Goodbye Dany, Hello Emilia" on her mirror. No matter how fans really felt about the series finale, it's hard not to get emotional over Clarke's goodbye. If that wasn't enough, Clarke also bid farewell to Dany last week on Instagram, thanking the character for shaping her "as a woman, as an actor, and as a human being.
Emilia Clarke had said she put pressure on herself "to feel normal" after suffering a stroke as she backs NHS drive to improve stroke care for young people. The Game of Thrones star shocked fans earlier in the year when she revealed she had suffered a life-threatening stroke eight years ago. Now, the actress, who played the Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen, on the show, is backing an NHS drive to improve stroke care for young people. Clarke, who is an ambassador for the Royal College of Nursing RCN , is supporting a programme to train more nurses to become specialists in neuro rehabilitation.
After making her screen debut in a short film, her television debut came with a guest appearance in an episode of the British medical soap opera Doctors in Clarke rose to international prominence for her breakthrough role as Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO fantasy television series Game of Thrones — Time magazine named her one of the most influential people in the world in Clarke was born on 23 October   in London  and grew up in Oxfordshire. Clarke is of partial Indian descent and revealed in a interview that her maternal grandmother was the progeny of a secret affair between Clarke's great-grandmother and a man from the Indian subcontinent.