House of the Dragon, a prequel to Game of Thrones following House Targaryen, is set 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 show will feature established actors while simultaneously introducing a host of incredible actors to the world on a grand scale.
Emma D'Arcy, a well-known television personality, has yet to land a breakout role in House of the Dragon. They'll play a pivotal role in the film and television roles with varying budgets and scales.
8 Mothering Sunday (Movie)
Emma D'Arcy's most recent credited film role is played by Emma Hobday, a woman who is slated to marry one of the film's main characters. Paul is the man she is obliged to marry, but the story centers on Paul's affair with a maid named Jane.
Mothering Sunday is the title of a British romantic drama rooted in British culture and setting. It is often regarded as a middle-of-the-road experience by critics, but it was able to win an award for having an outstanding performance by Odessa Young as Jane Fairchild.
7 Misbehaviour (Movie)
Emma D'Arcy's first credited role in 2020's Misbehaviour was a minor role as a character named Hazel in the comedy-drama that received widespread 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 in response to the belief that such types of events serve only to despise women. This may be a smaller role that D'Arcy fans will cherish in the future as he participates in many other roles.
6 Hanna (TV)
Hanna is a television series based on a film of the same name that was originally released in 2011. Emma D'Arcy played Sonia Richter in two episodes during the show's second season.
"The Trial" and "To The Meadows" were named after Esme Creed-Miles in the lead role, as well as performances by Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) and Anthony Welsh (The Great).
5 Baptiste (TV)
It'd be difficult to include Baptiste on the list of performances by Emma D'Arcy because it's a very brief role. On their official IMDB page, D'Arcy is credited as "Girl at NA Meeting," which indicates how little of a role they were given.
Baptiste was originally developed as a spinoff of The Missing, but it only ran for two seasons due to dismal reviews. Those who enjoy psychological dramas and thriller mysteries might find the program informative, even if only because to D'Arcy's surprise appearance in the first season.
4 Foresight (TV)
Emma D'Arcy's foresight is the last completed project before shooting House of the Dragon, as the television mini-series 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 has drastically altered humans' living conditions. Most end up leaving an unhabitable Earth, but those who stayed live in isolation. As to be expected, a discovery by these nomadic people will transform everything.
3 House Of The Dragon (TV)
House of the Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, is yet to be released, but it will likely have a certain degree of quality just depending on the team behind it. Emma D'Arcy will play Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, a role that is essential to the show and the royal lineage of Westeros.
The final few seasons of Game of Thrones left a bad taste in the minds of listeners, but the trailers have generated enough interest for people to want to return to the world they once loved. Emma D'Arcy's IMDB page will likely be filled with opportunities to showcase their talents. It's reasonable to assume this prequel series will do the same.
2 Wanderlust (TV)
Emma D'Arcy plays Naomi Richards, the 18-year-old daughter of Toni Collette's character Joy Richards in the 2018 Wanderlust miniseries, played by Steven Mackintosh. The show is a vehicle for Toni Collette as she played a couples' therapist whose life is woven with the lives of her patients.
It's an investigation of self-destructive behavior and how often those who counsel others on interpersonal difficulties seldom listen to them, leading to a solution of issues.
1 Truth Seekers (TV)
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are bound to enthuse an audience and have a laugh, and that's exactly what Truth Seekers did as an Amazon Original in 2020. It's not as critically acclaimed as their films, but it's worth the wait, both from viewers and critics.
Emma D'Arcy's longest-running television role was as a young lady named Astrid who had several ghosts haunting her. The program was canceled after only one season, but it is now available on Amazon Prime Video for those wanting to see D'Arcy in a different role.