Emilia Clarke is an English-born actress who's claim to fame is playing Daenerys Targaryen (aka "The Mother of Dragons") on HBO's hit fantasy series 'Game of Thrones,' based on the novels by George R.R. Martin. Her early career consists of appearances in the film 'Spike Island,' the TV movie 'Triassic Attack,' the short film 'Shackled' and TV series 'Doctors,' all based in the UK. However, thanks to 'Game of Thrones' clout, Emilia Clarke since starred on Broadway in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' as well as in the Jude Law-led 'Dom Hemingway.' Aside from her continuing role on 'Thrones,' she recently scored the coveted role of Sarah Conner in the upcoming 'Terminator' trilogy.
Emilia Clarke’s ‘Secret Invasion’ Character Revealed
She’s not playing who you think.
Emilia Clarke Confirms Marvel Role in ‘Secret Invasion’
From ‘Game of Thrones’ to a game of Skrulls.
Emilia Clarke Joins Cast of Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’ Series
Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury will also star in the show.
‘Last Christmas’ Is An Epic Tribute to the Insanity of Rom-Coms
These movies are nuts — and that’s why we love them.
What Is the Twist in ‘Last Christmas’? Here Are Six Guesses
Something’s going on in the Emilia Clarke/Henry Golding rom-com. We just don’t know what.
Emilia Clarke Says She ‘Stands By’ Daenerys’ ‘GoT’ Ending
(But it’s not quite as simple as that.)
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding To Lead Paul Feig Romance
A holiday love story starring the Mother of Dragons and the ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ breakout? Yes please!
Emilia Clarke Has Already Shot Daenerys’ Final ‘GoT’ Scenes
‘Game of Thrones’ doesn’t return for it’s final season until 2019, but Emilia Clarke has already finished shooting Daenerys’ final on-screen moments.
‘Solo’ Shows Why It’s Time for Star Wars to Give Up Prequels
The latest standalone Star Wars movie, follows the adventures of a very young (and very different) Han Solo, played by Alden Ehrenreich.
A Robot Predicted All the 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Deaths
Predicting the final Game of Thrones season is a crapshoot, especially without George R.R. Martin’s books to guide us. We’re expecting some major deaths by next year’s finale, but a complex algorithm may have predicted even bigger shockers in store.