Maisie Williams, an English actress, is best known for portraying Arya Stark in the popular television series “Game of Thrones.” On April 15, 1997, she was born in Bristol, England. Williams began her acting career at an early age and rose to fame for her portrayal of the adored Arya Stark character in the HBO series Game of Thrones. She had several appearances in “Game of Thrones” between 2011 and 2019, garnering praise from all quarters and being nominated for numerous accolades.
Maisie Williams is known for her role on “Game of Thrones,” but she has also been in a number of movies and television shows. She stars as the main in the 2014 film “The Falling” and plays a supporting role in the 2017 film “iBoy.” Williams has experimented with acting, performing on stage in the play “I and You” in 2018.
Outside of her acting profession, Williams is also renowned for her activism and advocacy work. She has fought for a variety of social causes, including gender equality and environmental sustainability. Williams is heavily committed in promoting mental health awareness and has been open about her own struggles with mental health.
Williams’ work outside of acting includes being a Series Advocate for Time’s Up UK, co-founding Daisy Chain Productions with director Dom Santry to develop independent film projects, designing clothing as part of her collaboration with American Eagle Outfitters, co-founding Team Rubicon Global Challenge to spread awareness about veterans’ participation in social media challenges related to mental health, and working with Omaze to develop rewards packages and awards campaigns.