Roxanne McKee Plays the Game of Thrones Well

If SNL’s recent Game of Thrones parody is anything to go off of, and the show is indeed written by a 13-year-old boy, then that little dude has some excellent taste. Particularly in scenes involving Roxanne McKee. If you haven’t seen the show, take a look at this bio-gallery and you’ll get what we mean.

McKee is British and Canadian.

She rose to fame in the UK after winning a televised competition to get a part on the soap opera Hollyoaks.

She previously studied political science at the University of London.

After school, she worked as a waitress to save up for acting classes.

McKee’s role on Hollyoaks lasted for three years. Afterward, she found recurring parts on the shows Eastenders and Lip Service.

She was cast in Game of Thrones in 2011, in a role opposite Emilia Clarke. Best onscreen duo ever.