Emily Clark on the cover of Vanity Fair
Actress Emilia Clark decorated the cover of the summer edition of the American edition of Vanity Fair. World fame Emilia Clarke received thanks to the role of Deeneris Targarien in the popular series “Game of Thrones.” The release of the new Vanity Fair is timed to coincide with the release of the film “Khan Solo: Star Wars: Stories”, where the actress played the leading female role. The author of the photo session was Craig McDean, and Jessica Dale was responsible for the style. For the shooting, Emilia Clark tried on images from Salvatore Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara and other brands.
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Emilia Clarke talked about her childhood in the house an hour’s drive from London, public loneliness, a grandmother who was forced to hide her Indian roots and much more.
Emilia Clark does not hide her active social position: the girl visited the Women’s March, spoke about unequal pay in Hollywood and condemned the harassment. The actress explains her views by the fact that her mother and grandmother had to defend their rights in due time. Emilia Clark’s grandmother on the maternal side had to wear make-up to hide the fact that she was half Indian. “The fact is that [my grandmother] had to hide her skin color, in fact, and desperately trying to fit in with all the others, it must have been incredibly difficult,” says Clark. “So, yes, the history of our family: the history of the fighters.”
The actress told me that she started playing on stage when she was still in school. “I really did not fit in the team, I studied in boarding schools, my classmates were from very rich families. I could not make friends with them. So I channeled my energy into the performances. When I first tried to enter an acting school, I was not accepted. Then I auditioned for the Dramatic Center of London, where I accepted the “
“I love my job, but it can be so alienating,” says Emilie Clark. “You’re in the trailer. You’re in the car. You’re on the plane. You’re on the plane. You’re on the plane. That’s how success looks if you are an actor. Success looks like loneliness. “