Emilia Clarke Height

A book says a lot about a person.

Outstanding actress Emilia Clarke is perhaps best known for her portrayal of  Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones.

About Emilia Clarke's real height

People wonder about Emilia Clarke's height perhaps because in Game of Thrones, she looked kind of small compared to other people.

Though there is actually no mystery about her height. In a Wired Autocomplete QA season,

Emilia Clarke said in response to the 7 feet tall Joonas Suotam (Chewbacca in Star Wars), that she is at "least 5 feet 2 inches tall". To which Joonas promptly replied, "don't overdo it."

Though we think Emilia's real height is within that range. We noticed that she looked a bit taller than a flat 5 feet tall Maisie Williams and a few inches shorter than 5 feet 4.5 inches tall Rose Leslie -- so 5'2" is the correct number.

Though many times she looks even shorter -- because of her rather stocky build.

The real height of Emilia Clarke is

5 ft 2 in (157.5 cm)

Emilia Clarke standing with Ariana Grande and Jason Momoa
Emilia Clarke standing with fun-sized Ariana Grande (5'½"), and big Jason Momoa (6'4")

Here are some more Emilia Clarke's honest quotes.

My father always says, ‘Never trust anyone who has a TV bigger than their bookshelf.’ So I make sure I read.

On Daenerys Targayen.

One of the many things I love about Daenerys from Game of Thrones is she's given me an opportunity to fly the flag for young girls and women, to be more than just somebody's wife and somebody's girlfriend.

Being feeling like a weirdo.

Sometimes I feel like the kid left out - the weirdo with the silver hair that no one likes to talk to.

Acting as a career.

I told my parents I wanted to be an actor and they were getting ready for a life of unemployment so they're just happy I'm in work!

On happy families.

Personally, I'd like as many children as I can pop out, I reckon. You come from a happy family; you want to create a happy family.

On Game of Thrones.

My life is unrecognizable compared to what it was - 'Game of Thrones' has opened doors that were never there before. But it can be dangerous to see it in those terms, I think. It's best to take it as it comes and work as hard as you can, and hopefully, the other things fall into place.

On countryside.

I long for the countryside. That's where I get my calm and tranquillity - from being able to come and find a spot of green.

Not looking things up on the internet.

My rule is never to look at anything on the Internet.

Having a career in acting.

You can't come out of drama school and think, 'It's all going to be amazing.' You have to expect to work in a bar for at least five years and be a waitress for maybe two!

On acting.

All of the press and stuff - that's the scary stuff. The acting is what I got trained to do.

Her mother's teachings.

My mother taught me how to apply my own makeup at 13 years old, and the most important lesson I learned is to never touch my eyebrows and to cleanse, tone, and moisturize twice a day.

On A Song of Ice and Fire books.

I've read all the "Game of Thrones" books many times over, so I sometimes find it easier being on set, because it can be hard to get out of character.