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Where Is Maisie Williams Now? Life of the Actress after the End of 'Game of Thrones'

Bettina Dizon
May 19, 2022
11:10 A.M.
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Since her breakthrough role in "Game of Thrones," Maisie Williams has starred in several shows and films, including a new Hulu series, "Pistols."


Maisie Williams came to prominence after starring in the hit television series "Game of Thrones," where viewers watched her grow up as a person and as an artist.

She is now taking a more mature role as punk rock icon Jordan Mooney in the new Hulu series, "Pistols," focusing on the life of guitarist Steve Jones.

Maisie Williams during the the 'daisie' launch party at W London, Leicester Square on August 3, 2018 in London, England. | Source: Getty Images


During her interview on "Good Morning America," Williams talked about her character, who was a fashion icon that influenced many styles today. She said:

"Being able to tell Steve Jones' story was just such an unbelievable opportunity for us, and I think getting to sort of dive into the history of the Pistols [...] was really nice."

Although Williams is undoubtedly happy and proud of her new role, she was pretty hesitant to accept the part at first because of the many nude scenes it required.

Maisie Williams during the premiere of "Game of Thrones" at Radio City Music Hall on April 3, 2019 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images


"I want to be in this show because I'm the best person to do this," Williams said. "Not because I'm the only girl who'll take her top off." Fortunately, after her manager spoke to the director, Williams agreed to take on the role.


Before landing a part in "Pistols," Williams somewhat struggled to move on from her "Game of Thrones" character. When the show ended, the actress felt like she was in limbo between her previous work and what was to come next.

The official trailer was released in April, showcasing clips of the bands instigating various forms of revolution.


Maisie Williams during the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images

Bringing life to Arya Stark, her first-ever role was the "most defining thing" Williams did. Naturally, she did not want to accept any role with a character less complex than Arya.



The following job Williams accepted was a role in the "X-Men" spin-off, "The New Mutants." Getting Williams on board was not as difficult as she liked the script a lot. She also instantly connected with the director, Julius Berg, which made the decision easy.

She also starred in "The Owners," "Two Weeks to Live," and the upcoming drama series, "The New Look," where she lives in a World War 11 Nazi Occupation setting.


William plays Catherine Dior, Christian Dior's younger sister, on the show, where she wins a Medal of Honor for her courage for freedom. She stars alongside Juliette Binoche and Ben Mendelsohn in the series.


Meanwhile, in her other series, "Pistols," Williams will be with Toby Wallace, Anson Boon, Christian Lees, Louis Partridge, and Jacob Slater.

The official trailer was released in April, showcasing clips of the bands instigating various forms of revolution. Another trailer came in May, giving viewers a preview of England's different societies.


"Pistols" is set to premiere on May 31, 2022, with all six episodes streaming on Hulu. Viewers in Australia, Canada, the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand can watch it on Disney Plus.

While Williams has since moved on from her "Games of Thrones" life, her co-star and close friend, Sophie Turner, is also set to appear in the HBO Max series, "The Staircase" – her first role since welcoming a child with Joe Jonas.