Emilia Clarke has endured. The actress recalls the terrifying medical crises she had while filming Game of Thrones.
While promoting her upcoming West End debut in a production of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, the actress recently opened up to BBC Sunday Morning. She reflected on her experience coping with two brain aneurysms, first in 2011 and then again in 2013.
It was “the most agonizing anguish,” Clarke said, adding that “having Game of Thrones sweep me up and give me that purpose was extremely therapeutic.”
Both times Clarke had to cope with brain aneurysms, she needed a lot of time to heal. The actress claims that, in light of the extensive harm done to her brain, she is just grateful to be alive today.
Given how much of my brain is no longer functional, Clarke said, “it’s amazing that I can communicate and live my life perfectly regularly with no consequences at all.”
Although she is “in the really, really, very small fraction of people that can survive that,” Clarke acknowledged that “quite a bit” of her brain is “gone.”
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“Basically, strokes happen when any area of the brain goes without blood for a brief period of time. In order to avoid this, the blood takes an alternative path, but whatever was missing is now lost, she said.
In a first-person account she wrote for The New Yorker in 2019, Clarke first discussed the aneurysms and described the grueling procedures and recovery procedures she experienced.
She did, however, go on to describe how she had been told she was now healthy and to express her appreciation for both her survival and her continued neurological health.
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