'Game Of Thrones' star refuses to do more nude scenes
The hit fantasy show is notorious for its graphic sex scenes and glimpses of naked flesh
Since it debuted in 2011, the HBO fantasy show has become notorious for its graphic sex scenes and glimpses of naked flesh. However, some cast members are apparently happier to strip off than others.
One of the girls in the show who got her kit off the most in the first couple of seasons now doesn't at all because she said, 'I want to be known for my acting not for my breasts,'" Chaplin told the Daily Telegraph.
"Chaplin, who plays Talisa Maegyr in the HBO series, declined to name her buttoned-up colleague, but fans are apparently speculating that Emilia Clarke - who has starred as Daenerys Targaryen since the pilot episode - could be the actress with the "no nudity" clause.
Continuing, Chaplin admitted that she personally has no issue with the show's use of nudity, saying: "If it’s done in a beautiful way, in a way that honours the female form, then I’m always happy to see it."
Season three of Game Of Thrones draws to a close next month (June) but the show has recently been renewed by HBO. The next run of episodes (and nude scenes) will air next year (2014).