Remember the little Arya Stark who fought her way through “Game of Thrones”? Maisie Williams was her. Today, at the age of 23, the Bristol-born star has seduced Hollywood – she recently starred in the blockbuster “The New Mutant” – but also the jewelry house Cartier, which has engaged her as an ambassador. For Numéro art,
Maisie, you once described success as getting to learn things on set that you didn’t think yourself capable of. Has that influenced the characters you choose to play? (Laughs) That’s funny that the young me was like, “I want to learn new skills!” I get what she was saying but these days I’ll do a
“I Feel Myself Coming Back To The Surface”: Maisie Williams On Her Cathartic Quarantine Maisie Williams returns to our screen this week in revenge comedy Two Weeks To Live as Kim, who leaves her overbearing mother (Fleabag’s Sian Clifford) behind to avenge her dead father’s killer. Along the way, our heroine encounters obstacles that allow
Two Weeks to Live comes to Sky One next month. Game of Thrones favorite Maisie Williams has waxed lyrical about working in the comedy genre. Having portrayed tenacious heroine Arya Stark over the course of eight series, the 23-year-old actress will debut in Sky One’s Two Weeks to Live next week as young misfit Kim Stokes. Related: Game of Thrones star
After eight seasons as Arya Stark on “Game of Thrones,” Maisie Williams is no stranger to blood, violence, guts and gore. In her latest role, as a vengeful girlfriend in the gruesome thriller “The Owners,” Williams isn’t afraid to get down and dirty in the name of survival. The ’90s-set movie — directed by Julius Berg and
Maisie has been featured in the Madeon Miracle Video directed by her Game Of Thrones co-star Lena Headey, I have added screencaptures to our gallery.