Macy Williams explains why she came to play the Aryan Stark in Game of Thrones
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Messi Williams grew up onscreen, playing the role of Arya Stark in “Game of Thrones” when he was just 12 years old playing this role in his teens.
Now 24, Williams will soon be seen in the role of punk fashion icon Jordan in “Pistol,” in the dramatic origins of director Danny Boyle’s upcoming series Sex Pistols.
As he went through adolescence, however, Williams came to “annoy” the character that had defined him to HBO hit fans throughout his eight seasons.
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In a new interview with Dr. GQ UKWilliams explained the frustration he felt with his signature role.
“I think when I started being a woman, I annoyed Arya because I couldn’t express who I was becoming,” she told the magazine.
“Then I bothered my body too because it wasn’t aligned with the part that the world celebrated,” he added.
Despite this mixed feeling, he admits he “loves” his experience on the show.
“I like it very much and I look at it with pride,” he said. “But why would I want to apologize for the biggest thing that has ever happened to me? I don’t want to associate it with feelings of pain. “
He also shared his thoughts on re-establishing the role at some point in the future.
“I’m not saying [a revival] It will never happen, but I’m not even saying this in this interview so that everyone goes, ‘The Spinoff! It’s coming! ‘ Because it’s not, “he explained.” It has to be the right time and the right people. It has to be the right time in the context of all the other spinoffs and the ‘Game of Thrones’ universe. It has to be the right time for me. “
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