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Emilia Clarke Game of Thrones Bath Scene Images and Videos With Personal Information

Updated on December 14, 2015

Emilia Clarke Game of Thrones Bath Scene Images and Videos With Personal Information.

Emilia Clarke has ensured that the TV show Game of Thrones has a sizzling storyline. The English actress, Taurus, born on May 1st 1987 in London, oozes sex appeal in her role as Daenerys Targaryen.

The infamous bath scene is one of the most re-watched scenes for a television program through youtube and various other internet sites.

The usually scantily clad Emilia lets it all hang loose in the scene which sent young pulses racing and a rush to research the actress's' images online.

Ms Clarke was nominated for the 2013 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series but unfortunately did not win.



Emilias' Broadway debut came in the role of Holy Golightly in a production of Breakfast at Tiffany's in 2013.

Prior to that she had performed in 10 stage plays at the Drama Centre in her hometown of London in 2009.

In the same year she also was the face of a television commercial for the charity group 'The Samaritans'.

After opting for television roles rather than stage plays, her first TV appearance was in a series called doctors.

Her character, Saskia Mayer, was the begging of a glittering television and film career, even though she only appeared in one episode called 'Empty Nest'.

Named by Screen International magazine as 'one of the stars of tomorrow, Emilia starred in the 2010 film Triassick Attack.

As her father was a sound engineer in a theatre, Emilias' acting interests began at three years of age.

She attended the Drama Centre in London and graduated in 2009.

In 2013 she waon the Emmy award for the best supporting actress in her role as Daenerys.

2014 saw her voted the 'most desirable woman in the world' by Askmen readers.

She will be playing the major role of Sarah Connor in the latest Terminator blockbuster movie being released in 2015.


Emilia Clarke images are like gold dust after her rise to fame in Game of Thrones.

Emilia herself is considered shy yet energetic with a passion for Jazz, Cabaret and Blues.

She loves to sing and according to associates has a very charming easy to listen voice. She even plays the flute, guitar and piano.

A very active woman whom loves sports such as horse riding, ice skating and skiing as well as tennis.

Her younger brother is studying politics and they stay in constant touch with each other. Her slim build has helped amassed an amazing fan base of admirers and possible would be suitors.

Her gorgeous, deep green eyes against her milky white skin are an angelic appearance in many eyes. Being on 5ft, 3" (160cm) tall, Emilia Clarke has had no trouble in finding work or dates.

Her love life is strictly as private as is possible, but she has dated James Franco the actor and Seth Macfarlane the cartoonist.

Her sculptured body measurements are allegedly to be 34-24-34 with a US dress size of 4-6. We do know her cup size, but deem it unnecessary to print it.

As for her celebrity status, she says that due to her hair styles on and off screen, she is very seldom recognised in the street.

Television Appearances

Triassic Attack
Game of Thrones
Spike Island & Shackled
Futurama (voice of Marianne) & Don Hemingway

Bath Scene

Her most famous scene to date is the tantalising bathroom scene in the Game of Thrones.

HBO has been famous for many years for showing more skin than most other television channels.

But for many fans, that may be the last every nude scene in Game of Thrones from Emilias' character Daenerys Targaryen.

It was Emilia's choice to stop the nudity in the programme as she herself matures and the sex scene had really become just gratuitous.

There will still be the showing of naked flesh in the new series and other forthcoming series, but as for Emilia Clarke and her character, flashing the flesh is a thing of the past.


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