Emma D’Arcy Biography
Emma D’Arcy (born 27 June 1992) is an English film, television, and theater actress who has appeared in shows such as Truth Seekers, Wanderlust, and House of the Dragon.
|Date of Birth||27 June 1992|
|Place of Birth||United Kingdom|
|Ex Husband||30 years (2022)|
|Height||5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m)|
|Hair color||Light blonde|
|Net worth||$1 million|
Emma D’Arcy Background
Emma Zia D’Arcy was born in London, England on June 27, 1992. She is of white ethnicity and British nationality.
Emma D’Arcy Education
She studied Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art, which is part of the University of Oxford.
Emma D’Arcy Height
Emma D’Arcy stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m).
Emma D’Arcy Career
D’Arcy has appeared in a number of television shows, including Nick Payne’s 2018 BBC One/Netflix series Wanderlust and the 2020 Amazon Prime Video comedy horror series Truth Seekers, starring Nick Frost.
Emma D’Arcy played Rhaenyra Targaryen in the 2022 HBO series House of the Dragon, a Game of Thrones spin-off.
The series began production in April 2021, and its first season of ten episodes premiered in August 2022.
D’Arcy appeared in Philippa Lowthorpe’s 2020 comedy-drama film Misbehaviour and Eva Husson’s 2021 romantic drama Mothering Sunday.
D’Arcy’s stage credits include 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.
Emma D’Arcy Pronouns
They/them are Emma D’Arcy’s pronouns. D’Arcy is a non-binary person. “I really like playing women and I’m really good at it,” the actor told the Independent.
Emma D’Arcy Partner
Emma D’Arcy’s partner is not known. Emma D’Arcy has not revealed who her partner is or who she is dating.
Emma D’Arcy Gender
D’Arcy is non-binary and uses the pronouns they/them. D’Arcy, who identifies as non-binary, discussed Rhaenyra’s ‘gender journey’ in an interview with Entertainment Weekly to promote the HBO series’ then-upcoming timeskip, which saw D’Arcy take over the role of Rhaenyra from Milly Cooke.