Clark suffered two aneurysms while filming ‘Game of Thrones in 2011 and 2013.
Game of Thrones celebrity Emilia Clarke has mentioned how her brain is “substantially” lacking after battling an aneurysm.
Back in 2019, Clarke talked about aneurysms, the first of which occurred after finishing filming on the first collection of the HBO hit series.
Yesterday (17 July), the actor – who played Daenerys Targaryen in the show. She spoke about the revelation once again during an interview on BBC One’s Sunday Morning Communications show.
“The volume of my brain is no longer usable. It’s fantastic that I’m able to speak, sometimes artistically, and honestly live my existence perfectly normally without consequences,” she said. disclosed.
Regarding the brain scans that he obtained, Clark said: “There’s a piece missing! That makes me laugh constantly.
“I’m within a clear, clearly, apparently small minority of humans who can live on it.”
Emilia Clarke continued: “Since the stroke basically doesn’t get blood to any part of your brain for a second, it’s gone. And so the blood appears in a particular way, but then something disappears. “
In an essay for the New Yorker in 2019, Clarke defined how she started getting terrible headaches even. When she was about to exercise and had to push herself through the first few exercises. “My instructor put me in the plank position and I immediately felt a rubber band squeezing my brain,” she wrote. “I tried to ignore the pain and make it go away, but I couldn’t.”
Clark said she took one of the robes. And carried it “almost crawling” into the locker room, in which she became unwell and the pain got worse. A woman in an adjacent stall came to his aid. And was taken to the hospital, where he was sent for an MRI test. The impact revealed that he had suffered “subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), a life-threatening form of stroke. As a result of bleeding into the gaps surrounding the brain.”
“I had an aneurysm, an artery rupture,” explained the actor, in which he underwent “minimally invasive” brain surgery. “This may no longer be my last surgery, and it will no longer be the worst.”
In 2013, while running on a Broadway play in New York, she then conducted a brain experiment that showed that growths on the opposite side of her brain had doubled in size.
Elsewhere, Clarke alongside Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn’s Talos, as well as longtime cast members such as Kingsley Ben-Adir, Olivia Colman, Christopher McDonald and Killian Scott, are set to appear in the new Disney+ collection Secret Invasion. Huh.
Last year, the actor opened up about becoming a member of Marvel and what she loves about the comics powerhouse, saying: “I just adore that what they’re doing right now is so thrilling and so cool. , and the diminishing fringes thereafter. I feel they are like the apples of this world.”