- “House of the Dragon” star Millie Alcock says she doesn’t enjoy being in the limelight.
- The “Dragon” is the Aussie star’s biggest role to date and has quickly become a fan favorite.
- Alcock told Nylon magazine that she becomes anxious and sees her face “stressed” everywhere.
“House of the Dragon” star Millie Alcock has said that she suddenly gained popularity after the show premiered “Straining”.
While the “Game of Thrones” prequel isn’t the Australian actor’s first foray, it is his biggest to date and he has quickly garnered a fan following due to his portrayal of the young princess Renera Targaryen.
However, during an interview with Nylon magazine, Alcock said that he did not enjoy being in the spotlight.
“I’m not trying to watch it and associate with it because it doesn’t benefit me,” the actor said. “It just makes me incredibly anxious. I’m constantly stressed out looking at my face. No one should be doing that. It sucks, man. I don’t know how the socialites of the world can do that. It’s driving.” Kind of got me off the wall. It’s an incredibly difficult place to navigate.”
Alcock shared that there aren’t many people in her life who are actors or celebrities, so she can’t really talk to him about it.
“I really don’t know anyone who’s been through what I’m going through,” she said. “All my friends are pretty normal and go to uni and just do very basic things, and my family isn’t into art, so it’s weird. It’s like someone opened Pandora’s box and you just see There’s Glass. It’s a little bit Alice in Wonderland-y. It’s fucking weird.”
During a roundtable interview attended by Insider, Alcock’s costar Matt Smith said that he thinks a lot of young actors will “emerge as stars” on the show, including Alcock and Emily Carey, one of Rainera’s most popular stars. Good friends play the younger version of Alicent. high tower.
Alcock told Nylon that it was also “ironically” that fans of the hit HBO show are pitting her against Carey, just as the actions of the men on the show have forced their characters to become enemies.
,[Alicent and Rhaenyra are] The men are forced to contend with each other by choice,” Alcock said. “But what I found quite hilarious is that the fan base sees the actors, young Alicent and young Renera as one-and-done. Standing with the other, and choosing who is better, that too by the judgment of most men. So I think it’s really just ironic.”
The young “House of the Dragon” star also said she felt intimidated on set.
“You adapt quickly and it all becomes fairly normal,” Alcock said. “But the first two, three months I felt constantly fired.
New episodes of “House of the Dragon” air Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.