How to Make a Maisie Williams Deepfake

To be successful from the onset is a feat worth applauding, and Maisie Williams has achieved that feat. From her debut on HBO’s Game of Thrones in 2011, her growth on stage and the delivery of her Arya Stark roles have garnered her fame, increased her net worth, and won her several awards. Maisie is also an internet entrepreneur, a fashion designer with a penchant for street-styled wear, and a staunch environmental advocate. She’s the ambassador of several brands and has her own companies and a mobile app.

Guide to Making a Maisie Williams Deepfake

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  2. Select & Upload the video you want Maisie Williams’s face to be on. (Person A)
  3. Download our Premium HD Maisie Williams Faceset.
  4. Upload Maisie Williams video to Person B.

Why we love Maisie Williams

If you’re to describe Maisie Williams, what would your description of her be? Calm, calculated, clever, full of strength, and sometimes emotional. This description undoubtedly describes her, but it somewhat draws from her role as the youngest of the Stark daughters in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Maisie began acting professionally at the age of 12 after being convinced by her mother to ditch a school trip and audition for the Game of Thrones film. That motherly advice and encouragement have paid off as she has become a global face because of the worldwide audience that Game of Thrones has.

As her popularity grew, so did the name Arya as parents were naming their baby girls Arya or Aria, a variation of the former. Life wasn’t easy for Arya, but her mother gave up her course administration job at a university to support her daughter. At one point in time, she was homeschooling Maisie and taking her to the Bath Dance College, where Maisie studied Performing Arts. At the age of 15, Maisie became the youngest recipient of the portal Award for Best Supporting Actress and Best Young Actor. She also bagged other awards, including the Teen Award for Best British Actor from BBC Radio 1, amongst others.

While she’s known for starring in Game of Thrones, she has featured in other titles, including The Falling, Mary Shelley, Then Came You, Early Man, The New Mutants, The Owners, and a feature stage play I and You. Let’s also not forget to mention her role in Two Weeks to Live, Cyberbully, Gen: Lock, and in the science fiction series Doctor Who. She won several awards for her role in The Falling. Aside from acting, Massie has spread her tentacles into different industries, the latest being her investment into the Germany-based e-bike subscription company Dance.

In 2016, she launched Daisy Chain Productions, focused on creating UK-original short films. In the same vein, she founded Pin-Sized Pictures to help develop female talent in her country. She co-developed the app Daisie in 2018 to allow different content creators to showcase their works and network with other users. The app is mainly popular in the UK because of its marketing arrangements in the country. Aside from her foray into internet entrepreneurship, she’s highly interested in fashion, often partnering with Selby, a fashion designer and former member of her app’s communication team. Regarding advocacy, she’s vocal about the environment, anti-bullying, animal rights, and political matters.