Who is Essie Davis in #GameOfThrones

GAME OF THRONES came to an end last year and fans have been revisiting some of the characters. Here is everything you need to know about Essie Davis who plays Lady Crane in the series.

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 20:00, Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Game of Thrones star Essie Davis is an Australian actress with a number of awards under her belt. She played the role of Lady Crane in the sixth season of the fantasy series. Lady Crane is a flamboyant actress who leads Izembaro’s travelling theatre company.

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Who is Lady Crane in Game of Thrones?

We first see Lady Crane in the episode called The Door in the sixth series.

She appears in a total of three episodes throughout the series before she dies.

She portrays queen Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) in the play called The Bloody Hand.

Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) has been tasked with assassinating Lady Crane while serving as an apprentice with the Faceless Men.

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Game of Thrones: Who is Lady CraneGame of Thrones: Essie Davis as Lady Crane (Image: Sky)

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Lady Crane runs into Arya backstage during one of the plays and she explains how she ran away from home to join the theatre.

Arya had agreed to poison Lady Crane’s rum but after taking a liking to her, she stops her at the last minute.

Eventually Lady Crane is killed by the Waif (Faye Marsay), a prodigy of the Faceless Men, who slits her throat.

Arya later manages to avenge Lady Crane’s death by killing the Waif.

Game of Thrones: Lady Crane is with a travelling theatre companyGame of Thrones: Lady Crane works in theatre (Image: Sky)

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