Something that you never know at all, are the experiences through which our favorite actors or actresses must go while they are shooting a show, because there are really hard cases. Such is the situation of Emilia Clarke, an actress who suffered from two cerebral aneurys while in the recording of Game of Thrones , being an interpreter of Daenerys Targaryen .


All this information was released in 2019 through an essay entitled A Battle for My Lif e, which the medium The New Yorker revealed at the time. At the age of 24, she suffered from subarachnoid bleeding, which at first described her as a simple headache and she staggered towards surgery in which she has had to supplant part of her head.

In spite of everything, Clarke managed to overcome obstacles and managed to make all the shots, even obtain papers in more shows. On her part, she through an interview with the BBC she claimed to be fortunate when surviving, since the mortality rate of her disease is quite high, so she appreciates all the treatments and support by fans, friends, friends and family.

Here her statement:

I am part of the small minority of people who have survived something like that. Because during the aneurysms, basically, as soon as your brain stops receiving blood for a second, it doesn’t work anymore. Blood finds another route, and whatever it did not reach, disappears completely.

To that she adds that she feels surprised to still have normal functions, as if nothing had happened:

The part of my brain that is no longer useful… It is incredible that I can even speak, and do it with coherence. In addition to living my life in a completely common way without any impact.

Regarding the future of the actress, it has been mentioned that she will participate in Secret Invasion , important project of Marvel and Disney . For now, the character she is going to interpret has not been confirmed.