Emilia Clarke was born on October 26, 1986, in London. Her mother was in business lady and her father worked as a sound engineer in one of London’s small theaters. The majority of her childhood the girl spent away from the noise of the center, in the Berkshire District Office. Little Emilia chose her future profession at the age of 3 when she came to work for her father. The magical world of the theater fascinates her and she decides to dedicate her life to the stage. A little later, she moved to Oxford and began attending St. Edward’s School, where she studied the basics of acting and even landed a role in several plays. After graduating from high school, Emilia Clarke returned to her hometown and entered the London Drama Center.
It all started in the theaters
Although Emilia Clarke is now best known for her role in the hit TV series Game of Thrones, her main acting achievements are still on the stage. In 2007, the girl became one of the leading actresses in the drama theater, after her role in Chekhov’s play “Wild Honey” received very good reviews from critics. In the same year, she played the lead role in the play “Pygmalion”. The young actress spotted by directors from various theaters and Steel was invited to their productions.
The next 2 years for Clark are very busy – she participated simultaneously in eight plays, including “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Wake up and sing”, “Emilia Galotti”. After graduating from the London Drama Center, Emilia Clarke moved to Los Angeles, where she joined Company Of Angels, one of Hollywood’s oldest theaters. The play “Feelings” was a successful debut for girls in the theater, but it turned out to be the only one. At that time, the actress seriously began to consider cinema.