She recently admitted she nearly missed out on her Game Of Thrones audition because she was struggling to make money.
But Nathalie Emmanuel proved that times have truly changed for her as she was spotted filming scenes for the TV adaptation of Four Weddings and a Funeral in West London on Tuesday.
The British actress, 30, was in her element as cameras rolled for the series which is based of the 1994 smash hit film of the same name.
Action! Nathalie Emmanuel, 30, was spotted filming scenes for the TV adaptation of Four Weddings and a Funeral in West London on Tuesday
Nathalie cut a casually cool figure in a white blouse, black trousers and long matching black coat.
She toted her belongings in a black handbag and opted for maximum comfort in a pair of Ugg boots.
The mini-series revolves around four American friends - Maya (Nathalie), Craig (Brandon Mychal Smith), Ainsley (Rebecca Rittenhouse) and Duffy (John Reynolds), who reunite at a wedding in London
The British actress was in her element as cameras rolled for the series which is based of the 1994 smash hit film of the same name
It was revealed late last year that Four Weddings and a Funeral star Andie MacDowell, 60, will have a guest star role in the series.
Her sighting comes after she revealed she nearly didn't audition for her part in Game Of Thrones, because she was struggling so much making money as an actress.
Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar magazine, the star - who plays Missandei in the HBO series - confessed that she was planning on going back to school before she landed the life-changing part.
Near miss: Her sighting comes after Nathalie revealed that she nearly didn't audition for her part in Game Of Thrones, because she was struggling so much making money as an actress
Prior to Game Of Thrones, Nathalie's most prominent role was playing Sasha Valentine in Hollyoaks for four years, but she left the Channel 4 soap in 2010.
In the years that followed, Nathalie struggled to find any acting work and ended up landing a role in retail.
'I was folding clothes, cleaning the toilets, helping people in the changing room… It was awful,' she admitted. 'Financially, I was struggling pretty badly. My