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She who had been Arya of House Stark, Arya Underfoot, Arya Horseface. She had been Arry and Weasel too, and Squab and Salty, Nan the cupbearer, a grey mouse, a sheep, the ghost of Harrenhal… but not for true, not in her heart of hearts. In there she was Arya of Winterfell, the daughter of Lord Eddard Stark and Lady Catelyn, who had once had brothers named Robb and Bran and Rickon, a sister named Sansa, a direwolf called Nymeria, a half brother named Jon Snow. In there she was someone…

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With Arya, we sort of made two main dos on her for the first series, one that’s slightly like her dad’s — she’s very tomboy — and the other one where the two plaits are coming down, but also we sort of made them a bit messy because she’s just always playing, always in the rough. And then we had to have a wig made for her as well for the end because she has to go short.Kevin Alexander

Maisie Williams to exasperate Doctor Who next season

Peter Capaldi’s Doctor is going to have his hands full, according to DeadlineMaisie Williams, best known as Game Of Throne’s stabby tween-on-the-run Arya Stark, is currently filming an appearance for the upcoming season of Doctor Who

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Westeros: History and CultureBraavos (x).

“Braavos is the strangest, a city erected not by the Freehold, but against it. A labyrinth of illusion and deceit to hide the refugees from Valyria’s slave-lords. After the Doom, the city emerged from the shadows to become of the greatest banking centers in the world” - Ser Jorah Mormont.

On her first day on set Maisie Williams said, “I’m so excited to be working on Doctor Who as it’s such a big and important part of British Culture. I can’t wait to meet the cast and crew and start filming, especially as we’ll be shooting not too far from my home town.”

Steven Moffat, lead writer and Executive Producer, added, “We’re thrilled to have Maisie Williams joining us on Doctor Who. It’s not possible to say too much about who or what she’s playing, but she is going to challenge the Doctor in very unexpected ways. This time he might just be out of his depth, and we know Maisie is going to give him exactly the right sort of hell.”

Having landed back in the UK fresh from touring the US, today Maisie Williams sets foot on the Doctor Who TARDIS to take up a guest role in the hit BBC One show that returns to our screens this Autumn. On her first day on set Maisie Williams said, “I’m so excited to be working on Doctor Who as it’s such a big and important part of British Culture. I can’t wait to meet the cast and crew and start filming, especially as we’ll be shooting not too far from my home town.” Steven Moffat, lead writer and Executive Producer, added, “We’re thrilled to have Maisie Williams joining us on Doctor Who. It’s not possible to say too much about who or what she’s playing, but she is going to challenge the Doctor in very unexpected ways. This time he might just be out of his depth, and we know Maisie is going to give him exactly the right sort of hell.”

Maisie Williams to guest star in Doctor Who series 9

The BBC have announced that Maisie Williams, best known for her role of Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, will be guest starring in the upcoming series of Doctor Who.

Williams said: “I’m so excited to be working on Doctor Who as it’s such a big and important part of British Culture. I can’t wait to meet the cast and crew and start filming, especially as we’ll be shooting not too far from my home town.”

Writer and executive producer Steven Moffat said: “We’re thrilled to have Maisie Williams joining us on Doctor Who. It’s not possible to say too much about who or what she’s playing, but she is going to challenge the Doctor in very unexpected ways. This time he might just be out of his depth, and we know Maisie is going to give him exactly the right sort of hell.”

Williams is joining the guest cast along with Rufus Hound, Tom Stourton, Ariyon Bakare, Simon Lipkin, Ian Conningham, Murray McArthur, Barnaby Kay, John Voce, and Struan Rodger.

The official press release also revealed that the current production block consists of two period adventures, The Girl Who Died by Jamie Mathieson (Mummy on the Orient Express, Flatline) and Steven Moffat, and The Woman Who Lived by Catherine Tregenna (Torchwood). Both are directed by Ed Bazalgette (Poldark).

It is unknown if the two episodes are a two-parter, but the two names definitely suggest there is a connection between the two. However, the different writers for the separate episodes suggest that maybe they aren’t as connected as traditional two-parters.