House of the Dragon, a prequel to House Targaryen, is scheduled to premiere in 2022, and fans are eagerly awaiting the return of George R.R. Martin's world. Like the original Game of Thrones, this program will feature well-known actors while simultaneously introducing a host of incredible actors to the world on a grand scale.
Emma D'Arcy is one of the few actors who has yet to land a breakout role on television. Their career has been filled with numerous film and television roles of varying budgets and scales.
8 Mothering Sunday (Movie)
Emma D'Arcy plays Emma Hobday, a woman who is obligated to marry one of the film's main characters. Paul is the guy she is bound to marry, but the story centers on Paul's affair with a maid named Jane.
This romantic drama rooted in British culture and setting is dubbed Mothering Sunday. It is considered a middle-of-the-road event by critics, but it was nevertheless awarded for an outstanding performance by Odessa Young as Jane Fairchild.
7 Misbehaviour (Movie)
Emma D'Arcy's first credited role as Hazel in 2020's Misbehaviour was a minor role as Keira Knightley and Gugu Mbatha-Raw in a comedy-drama that received general praise.
The program is set in the context of the 1970 Miss World competition and focuses on a women's liberation movement that was formed due to the belief that such types of events serve to simply objectify women. This might be a smaller role that D'Arcy fans will look back on in the future when he participates in other roles.
6 Hanna (TV)
Hanna is a television series based on a film of the same name that was first released in 2011 on Amazon Prime. Emma D'Arcy played Sonia Richter in two episodes in the show's second season.
"The Trial" and "To The Meadows" were the second and third episodes of the season, respectively. Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) and Anthony Welsh (The Great) also performed.
5 Baptiste (TV)
It'd be difficult to include Baptiste on the list of performances by Emma D'Arcy given for a very minor role. On the company's official IMDB page, D'Arcy is credited as "Girl at NA Meeting," which indicates how little of a role they were given.
Baptiste was intended to be a spinoff of The Missing, and due to dismal reviews, the program only ran for two seasons. Those who like psychological dramas and thriller mysteries may find the program enjoyable, even if only to see D'Arcy's cameo appearance in the early part of the second season.
4 Foresight (TV)
Emma D'Arcy's foresight is the last completed project before shooting House of the Dragon, which will be released in 2021. D'Arcy plays a nurse as the show is set in the near future, in the year 2080.
Foresight's focus is on climate change and how it's dramatically altered human existence. Most end up living on an unhabitable Earth, but those who lived there remain in complete isolation. As to be expected, a discovery by these nomadic people would transform everything.
3 House Of The Dragon (TV)
House of the Dragon, a prequel to Game of Thrones, has yet to be released, but it will likely have a certain level of quality based on the team that created it. Emma D'Arcy will play Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, a key player in the show and the royal lineage of Westeros.
Despite the few seasons of Game of Thrones that left a bad taste in the audience, the trailers have sparked enough interest for people to be eager to return to a world they fell in love with. Emma D'Arcy's IMDB page will likely include opportunities that will showcase their talents. It's reasonable to expect this prequel series to do the same.
2 Wanderlust (TV)
Emma D'Arcy plays Naomi Richards, the 18-year-old daughter of Toni Collette's character Joy Richards, and Alan Richards, played by Steven Mackintosh in 2018's Wanderlust miniseries. The show is a vehicle for Toni Collette as she played a couples' therapist whose life is intertwined with the difficulties of her patients.
It's an exploration of self-destructive behavior and how often those who advise others on interpersonal issues rarely take their advice, leading to a slew of issues.
1 Truth Seekers (TV)
Anything starring comedians Simon Pegg and Nick Frost is bound to enliven the hearts of the audience and make them laugh, and that's exactly what the 2020 comedy Truth Seekers did as an Amazon Original. It's not as critically acclaimed as their films, but is worth the wait, both for fans and critics.
Emma D'Arcy's longest-running role in a television series was canceled after only one season, but it is still available on Amazon Prime Video for those who wish to experience D'Arcy in a different role.