most famous and assisted in the world. HBO’s production changed the face of the scenario
television and opened the door to even more epic projects.
The end of the series divided the opinion of the fans, mainly
for the early closure of plots that could still be much better
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Game of Thrones had hundreds of characters
interesting, and not all have earned the deserved prominence. One of them was Folha, the
Daughter of the Forest lived by Kae Alexander.
Check out below how the British actress became the unusual creature that helped Bran Stark on his journey!
Kae Alexander was introduced in the sixth season of Game of
Thrones. British actress of Japanese descent played Folha, the leader
of the Children of the Forest.
In Game of Thrones, this race of creatures lived all over the world.
Westeros territory until its numbers were extremely diminished by the war
against the First Men. At the time of the series’ events, most
characters believe that these creatures are nothing more than legends and beliefs.
To live Leaf, Kae Alexander used to spend more than 9
hours in the makeup and prosthetics department. Game of Thrones came to win
multiple awards for their competence in this regard.
“If the recordings asked for complete prostheses, I would start the
midnight process and only started filming the morning of the other day. I really
I didn’t expect to go through nine and a half hours of makeup, ”said the actress.
Kae Alexander was the second actress to play Folha in Game
of Thrones. In the fourth season, the same character is played by the child actress
Octavia Selena Alexandru.
However, Game of Thrones producers decided to change
the look of the Children of the Forest and chose an older actress to
interpret Folha in its most impactful moments.
In addition to Game of Thrones, Kae Alexander participated in series like Fleabag and Bad Education, in addition to the film Player Number 1.
Game of Thrones can be seen on HBO Go.
Check out Kae Alexander’s look in real life below!
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