Emma D’Arcy, a famous English actor, shot to stardom after playing Princess Rhaenyra in House of the Dragon.
Emma got her first-ever nomination for a Golden Globe and is up for the Best Television Actress in a Drama Series award for her role as Princess Rhaenyra in House of the Dragon.
For the Drama Series, the actor opted for an outfit that included a crisp white button-up shirt, a pair of black studded Paris Texas boots, a matching pair of straight-leg slacks, and a midi-skirt over the top.
D’Arcy finished his look with a black cross bowtie, cobalt blue Paula Rowan leather gloves, drop earrings, a black flowery lapel pin, and a pinky ring.
At the Golden Globes, D’Arcy gave themselves a fun roast while also speaking seriously on what their nomination means for others who identify as gender nonconforming.
The vives at the Golden Globes, according to Emma D’Arcy, were “child piano prodigy, and maybe the recital is not going well, and I just think that’s beautiful.”
The nonbinary, they/them pronoun-using “House of the Dragon” star rocked the red carpet in a long black coat, blue gloves, and chicly smudged eyeliner.
Zendaya ( for Euphoria), Hilary Swank ( for Alaska Daily), Laura Linney ( for Ozark), and Imelda Staunton ( for The Crown) are also nominated for the honor, putting Emma up against some formidable competition.
It’s challenging to think of another television program that debuted in 2022 that had a more significant influence than HBO’s “House of the Dragon.” So it comes as no surprise that the cast was present to represent at the 2023 Golden Globes on January 10. Milly Alcock and Emma D’Arcy, two cast members, wore all-black outfits and looked lovely on the red carpet on Tuesday.
“House of the Dragon” won the prize for best television series, and drama, after being nominated. Miguel Sapochnik, the show’s creator, was joined on stage by D’Arcy and Alcock as he accepted the honor.
The epic prequel of the “Game of Thrones” chronicles the Targaryens who lived many centuries before Daenerys. The occasions that led to her struggle for the throne in the original series became an instant hit.
The dynamic ensemble of “House of the Dragon” is partially to blame for the success of the season one finale, which in October 2022 provided HBO with its most significant rating bump since its predecessor, “Game of Thrones.”
In August, the series received a second season renewal.