She is currently in the states working the casting couch

This foreign born A- list and dropping mostly television actress from a now-defunct cable tv show who paid for exposure and talked about her medical condition is currently in the states working the casting couch for new roles as no studio is willing to distribute her latest films because of all the films she did before which bombed painfully.

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This foreign born A- list and dropping mostly television actress from a now-defunct cable tv show who paid for exposure and talked about her medical condition is currently in the states working the casting couch for new roles as no studio is willing to distribute her latest films because of all the films she did before which bombed painfully.

Emilia Clarke

Game of Thrones

“Game Of Thrones” Fans Have Raised More Than $130K For Emilia Clarke’s Brain Injury Charity

A fundraising campaign for Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke’s charity SameYou has surpassed its goal of £100,000 (approximately $130,000) in two weeks, with donations pouring in around the world from more than 5,000 fans eager to thank the show’s actors for their hard work.

Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen, founded the brain injury rehabilitation charity after having two life-threatening aneurysms while filming Game of Thrones.

The idea for the fundraiser — as well as a companion campaign in honor of Kit Harington, who played Jon Snow — was born on Reddit, specifically /r/freefolk, an active, irreverent community (with an incredibly strong meme game) devoted to the show and the Song of Ice and Fire books.

After learning of the fundraiser on May 30, Clarke made an Instagram post thanking fans for raising — at the time — £38,000 for her charity.

“I’m so incredibly moved and blown away and grateful,” she said. “[The fundraising campaign] has made my day, week, month, year, decade, and I couldn’t think of a more beautiful way to wave goodbye to the Mother of Dragons than with this step towards making brain injury sufferers feel less alone.”

But on Thursday, SameYou announced that the campaign had reached its goal of £100,000.- Source