We know it’s devastating that there are only six episodes of Game of Thrones during Season 8 but don’t worry, we’re going to bring you some quality content. The show is not only a massive success because of its incredible writing, masterful special effects, and complex storylines but because of the actors involved.
Today we’re going to be talking about “Emilia Clarke“, what her salary for each episode of Game of Thrones and her total net worth in 2019. You’ve seen Emilia Clarke scream “Dracarys” but do you know what her net worth is? Don’t worry, because we’ll fill you in.
Do you think the cast and crew of Game of Thrones are getting paid too much or are they worth these sizable paychecks?
To figure out look at first Maisie Williams net worth in 2019.
|Net Worth||$13 million|
|Born||23 October 1986|
|Place||Westminster, London, UK|
|Source of Wealth||Acting|
Emilia Clarke Net Worth 2019 and Salary per Game of Thrones Episode
According to Money, Clarke is worth $13 million. She’s profited heavily from her role as Daenerys Targaryen: Variety reported in 2017 that she earned $500,000 per episode. And according to The Hollywood Reporter, Clarke then signed a deal that nabbed her $1.1 million for each episode of seasons seven and eight.
On set, equal pay is not a problem for Khaleesi.
“I get f–king paid the same as my guy friends,” Clarke told Vanity Fair last year. “We made sure of that.”
In addition to Game of Thrones, Clarke has starred in movies like Me Before You, which generated $208 million worldwide, and Solo: A Star Wars Story, which grossed $393 million globally. She’s also likely made a lot of money from endorsement deals with Dior and Dolce & Gabbana.
Background of Emilia Clarke
The full name of Khaleesi is “Emilia Isobel Euphemia Rose Clarke”, quite long! isn’t it? She studied at the Drama Centre London, appearing in a number of stage productions, including one by the Company of Angels.
Emilia Clarke of “Game of Thrones” was the seventh-highest-paid American TV star on a network primetime show ($1.1 million per episode).