Maisie Williams talks about the shortcomings of "Game of Thrones" 2

Maisie Williams talks about the shortcomings of "Game of Thrones"

"Game of Thrones" made Maisie Williams as Arya Stark a world-famous star. But shooting wasn't always easy for an actress. For the first time, she talks about the difficult times on set.

Whoever sees Maisie Williams usually knows right away who she is. Why? She played Arya Stark, one of the most popular characters in the American series, for ten seasons "Game of Thrones"based on the novels of George R. R. Martin. Maisie, who appeared as a child actress before the camera, became an international star and arrived in Hollywood. But for the first time, the 22-year-old talks about the lack of recording and how the recording affected her.

She was ashamed

In a recent interview with Vogue, she openly talks about how difficult it was for her to get into puberty around Season 2 and Season 3 of Game of Thrones. She became a woman, while Arya continued to pose as a boy. She wore short hair and made her makeup more masculine. On top of that, she had to wear a belt under her costume to keep her breasts as straight as possible. This led to the still very young actress to be "ashamed" of her maturing body, as she says in an interview. From the end of "Game of Thrones", she would now dare to look feminine.

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