“Emilia Clark” STAR CAST ” GAME OF THRONES” A Battle for My Life

” I had just finished filming Season 1 of “Game of Thrones.” Then I was struck with the first of two aneurysms.”

It is the first time that I will tell this story in public.

It was the year 2011, I had just finished filming the first season of the very famous “Game of Thrones,” a new series based on George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels. with no previous experience, I’d been given the role of Daenerys Targaryen. As a young princess, Daenerys is sold in marriage to Khal Drogo. It’s a long story—eight seasons long but suffice to say that she becomes more important and stronger, she becomes an example of power. Before long, young girls would dress in platinum wigs and flowing robes to be Daenerys Targaryen for Halloween.

The show’s creators, David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, have said that my character is a mixture of 3 personalities. And yet, in the weeks after we finished shooting that season, despite all the excitement of a publicity campaign, I hardly felt like a conquering spirit. I was afraid, afraid of the attention and of a business I hardly understood and terrified of trying to make good on the faith that the creators of “Thrones” had put in me. I felt, in every way, that I was exposed.
In the very opening episode, I appeared naked which made me receive the same question “you play a role of such a strong and yet you take off your clothes! Why?”.


I found a solution to remove the pressing, I worked out with a trainer. .On the morning of February in the same year, I was getting dressed in the room of a gym on the northern side of Londo when I started to feel ill. When I started my workout, I had to force myself through the first few exercises.
For a few moments, I tried to be strong, I tried to keep my memory alive, I tried to use the series to help my memory to be still alive.
A woman came and help me from the other stall, I lost, my awareness. Someone called my parents and asked them to come to me at Whittington Hospital.


For a few moments, I tried to be strong, I tried to keep my memory alive, I tried to use the series to help my memory to be still alive.
A woman came and help me from the other stall, I lost, my awareness. Someone called my parents and asked them to come to me at Whittington Hospital.


I was in a very critical situation, the doctors and nurses could not give me any medicines to ease the pain. Finally, I was sent to do an MRI. I have been diagnosed with aneurysms and rupture of the arteries. I have learned that a significant proportion of people with the same condition are at risk of dying soon but with the possibility of healing others but without real guarantees
I was taken by ambulance to the National Hospital of Neurosurgery and Neurosurgery in central London. My mother slept with me in the hospital. It was a night full of troublesome dreams for me.

The surgeons have begun to dissect my mind. The operation was over, I was 24, it was last my operation.
I grew up in Oxford without thinking of my health. Nearly my only activity was acting. My dad was a sound designer, he worked off some productions. My mother was and is still a woman of business, We hadn’t much wealth but my brother and I studied in private schools. Our parents struggled to make up life in good conditions


I grew up in Oxford without thinking of my health. Nearly my only activity was acting. My dad was a sound designer, he worked off some productions. My mother was and is still a woman of business, We hadn’t much wealth but my brother and I studied in private schools. Our parents struggled to make up life in good conditions

I have no clear memory of when I first decided to be an actor. I’m told I was around three or four. When I was three, my father took me to see a production. Although I was a too active child, I sat down, kept silent and to watch for more than two hours. When the curtain came down, I stood on my seat and clapped in a severe way.

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