Your role as Daenerys Targaryen in ‘Game of Thrones’, which she has performed since 2011, has made her famous throughout the world, has made her one of the most sought-after actresses of the moment and has earned her to become in the image of prestigious firms such as Dolce & Gabbana. While not everything is rosy in the life of Emilia Clarke, and the actress wanted show the world the reality behind success.
Because the 32-year-old British has shown for the first time the photographs of his hospitalization due to a brain aneurysm in 2011, when he was only 24 years old and beginning to take his first steps in the hit HBO series. It has been in a CBS program where he has shown these unpublished images with the aim of making his illness visible and that people are aware that the life of a star is not perfect.
This health problem it was about to cost him his lifeWell, years later suffered a second aneurysm, something that has now revealed for the first time. In addition, he also said that overcoming this event cost him even his mental healthBecause when it happened the second time, it was harder for him to be optimistic and think that he was going to be cured.
The problem that Emilia has is that if your brain runs out of blood for more than a minute, you risk dying, and it is something that has already happened to him twice, hence the fear he has had that it would happen again. What’s more, He was also terrified to think that this problem was going to affect his acting, jeopardizing his career. Yes OK work was his best therapy And when she returned to the set of ‘Game of Thrones’ she forgot her problems to focus on giving her all for the series, which has been more than clear given the success she has had.
To recover also worked with a personal trainer and she tried to put the negative thoughts that were telling her that her career was over from her mind. When he suffered the first aneurysm, he spent his recovery promoting the first season of the series, an intense schedule of interviews for which he even had to take morphine to endure, as he describes the headaches he suffered as “the worst pain that a human being can feel”. But she did not give up, and today she is one of the actresses with the greatest projection in the industry.
Millionaire and muse of Italian luxury
Surely, last Christmas everyone saw the famous Dolce & Gabbana fragrance advertisement in which a very blond lady sang that of “Tell me when will you come, tell me when, when, when …”. That was Emilia, who is one of the muses of the Italian firm, which is responsible for dressing her in many events. A job that he has achieved thanks to his role in ‘Game of Thrones’, which has opened the doors wide to the world of fashion.
The British woman has a very particular style that resembles that of the film divas of the 50s and 60s, which makes her one of the best dressed on the red carpets, where she combines Dolce designs with others from Valentino or Balmain. Recently we could see her radiant in the presentation of the last season of ‘Game of Thrones’ with an impressive Valentino.
And it is that this series, in addition to world success, It has brought you significant income. Because emilia is part of the cast of main characters in the plot, along with Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey and Kit Harington, who areand they pocket half a million dollars for each chapter, which has been more than 440,000 euros. An amount that has even been speculated that the five would have negotiated so that it amounted to more than 1 million for this last season that is about to hit the screens.
Therefore, we are talking about one of the highest paid actresses in television history who now embarks on a new path after eight years giving life to Daenerys. A role that has also allowed him have a house in one of the best areas of California valued at 4 million euros, which he shares with his new partner, producer Charlie McDowell.
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The unpublished images of Emilia Clarke’s illness, from ‘Game of Thrones’