Maisie Williams, better known as Arya Stark from the hit series Game of Thrones, has been keeping busy since the show’s final season. She has acted in several movies and series, showcasing her versatility as an actor. And let’s not forget, she’s also a budding entrepreneur with her startup, Daisie.
Let’s take a look at some of Maisie’s most notable roles post-Game of Thrones, shall we?
First up, we have the British comedy series, Two Weeks to Live. In this show, Maisie plays Kim, a young woman who has been raised in isolation by her paranoid mother, convinced that the world is going to end. The series follows Kim’s hilarious journey as she tries to navigate the real world for the first time. It’s a far cry from the grim and gritty world of Westeros, but Maisie’s comedic timing is spot on.
Next, we have the film, The New Mutants. Maisie plays Rahne Sinclair aka Wolfsbane, a mutant with the ability to transform into a wolf. The film is set in a secret facility where young mutants are being held against their will. It’s a dark and suspenseful movie, but Maisie’s performance adds a touch of humanity to the otherwise eerie setting.
Maisie also lent her voice to the animated series, gen:LOCK. In this show, she voices Cammie MacCloud, a teenage hacker who is recruited into a team of elite pilots tasked with saving the world. Maisie’s voice acting skills are on full display here, and it’s a joy to watch her bring Cammie to life.
And last but not least, we have the series, The Owners. Maisie plays Mary, a young woman who, along with her boyfriend and some friends, tries to rob an elderly couple’s home. Of course, things don’t go according to plan, and chaos ensues. It’s a suspenseful and thrilling series, and Maisie’s performance is nothing short of amazing.
But that’s not all Maisie has been up to. As mentioned earlier, she’s also the co-founder of Daisie, a social network that connects aspiring creatives with industry professionals. The app has been gaining traction since its launch in 2018, and it’s a testament to Maisie’s entrepreneurial spirit.
In conclusion, Maisie Williams has been killing it since Game of Thrones ended. She’s proven that she’s more than just a one-hit wonder and has a bright future ahead of her. Whether she’s making us laugh in Two Weeks to Live or keeping us on the edge of our seats in The Owners, Maisie’s talent and charisma shine through. And who knows, maybe we’ll see her back on the big screen as Arya Stark someday. After all, “What do we say to the god of death? Not today.”