Emma Zia D'Arcy
27 June 1992
|Alma mater||Ruskin School of Art, Oxford|
D'Arcy has appeared in several theatre productions, including The Pillowman at the Oxford Playhouse, Romeo and Juliet at the Southwark Playhouse, The Games We Played at Theatre503, Callisto: A Queer Epic at the Arcola Theatre, Against at the Almeida Theatre, A Girl in School Uniform (Walks into a Bar) at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Mrs. Dalloway at the Arcola Theatre, and The Crucible at The Yard Theatre.
Television and film
D'Arcy has appeared in several television productions, including Nick Payne's 2018 BBC One/Netflix series Wanderlust and the 2020 Amazon Prime Video series Truth Seekers, a comedy horror series starring Nick Frost. They appear in the 2022 HBO series House of the Dragon, a spin-off of Game of Thrones, as Rhaenyra Targaryen. The series began production in April 2021, and its ten-episode first season debuted in August 2022.
|2015||United Strong Alone||Sniper||Short|
|2019||O Holy Ghost||Stephanie||Short|
|2021||Mothering Sunday||Emma Hobday|
|2018||Wanderlust||Naomi Richards||Main cast|
|2020||Truth Seekers||Astrid||Main cast|
|2022||House of the Dragon||Rhaenyra Targaryen||Main role|
|2017||Little Cub||"Too Much Love"|
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