Emilia Clarke has obviously made her name working on the incredibly popular HBO show, Game of Thrones, but if you're all caught up with the show and want to see what else Clarke has appeared in, look no further.
Despite her rapid rise to fame as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones, Clarke hasn't had the busiest of careers to date but is starting to score more roles now her time on Game of Thrones is coming to an end.
Clarke's first 'major' film role came in 2013's Dom Hemingway.
Dom Hemingway tells the story of a notorious safe-cracker who has just completed a 12-year stint in prison and is now looking to collect what he's owed.
In the film, Clarke stars alongside Jude Law and Richard E. Grant and plays Evelyn Hemingway, estranged daughter of Law's Dom.
Clarke was given the tough job of playing the iconic character Sarah Connor in this disappointing Terminator reboot that looked to generate a run of films of its own but fell foul of over-complicating the story.
The film was poorly received by long-standing Terminator fans but Clarke was arguably one of the film's least-worst aspects.
2016's Me Before You features a who's who cast of British actors that, alongside a more cheerful Emilia Clarke, includes Sam Claflin, Jenna Coleman, Vanessa Kirby, Joanna Lumley and even Game of Thrones co-star Charles Dance.
The film tells the charming story of Louisa, an enthusiastic carer who forms an unlikely bond the recently-paralysed man she's been tasked with looking after.
Clarke has had some variation in her roles aside from Game of Thrones and that is no more evident than her work on psychological thriller Voice from the Stone.
From the marketing materials, the film has a similar vibe to the Daniel Radcliffe-starring The Woman in Black.
And finally, we come to Clarke's most famous role outside of her work on Game of Thrones.
Clarke starred alongside Alden Ehrenreich and Woody Harrelson in the second Star Wars spin-off movie and played Qi'ra, an unexpected mastermind of the criminal underworld.
And there we have it, which of Emilia Clarke's films have you seen and which is your favourite?